There was a time when there was only choice when it came to sushi in Green Hills, Fox writes. That was Shintomi, the late Japanese restaurant on Bandywood. Now the neighborhood offers a few options, whether it's Ginza, Kohana, Tokyo Japanese Steak House or even the fresh sushi counter at Whole Foods.
"It is in the context of ever-rising expectations that we visited Green Hills Thai & Sushi and found a two-pronged menu that held up well in the Thai department but less favorably in the sushi category," Fox says.
Read her full review here. And has anybody tried Green Hills Thai & Sushi? What are your thoughts about Fox's idea of "ever-rising expectations"? Do you hold your meals to higher standards as Nashville's restaurant scene evolves?