LIVINGSTON, NJ — With both a sushi bar and traditional Japanese lunch and dinner menus, Aru Sushi celebrated its three months at 517 South Livingston Avenue with Livingston Mayor Al Anthony and members of the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.
“It’s exciting to have a sushi restaurant back in this location,” said Anthony. “The owners, Robby and Cristin, were very hospitable offering a tremendous amount of delicious food at the ribbon cutting. Their name Aru, meaning ‘artistic, remarkable and unique,’ demonstrates that it is not an ordinary restaurant and it’s great to have such a place in Livingston.”
Festive Halloween decorations gave the celebratory ribbon cutting a seasonal feel as guests enjoyed some of Aru Sushi’s small dishes, featuring the fresh ingredients that the restaurant prides itself on.
Owner Cristin Sunarti said that service was slow in the beginning due to a lack of staff, but now that she has a team that she’s proud of, Aru Sushi is determined to focus on team dynamics in order to create the best enjoyment for its customers.
Sunarti also said she is excited to focus on the fish that are in season so that the ingredients are the freshest they can be year-round.
Chefs Robby Wijaya and Bambang Sunarno offer an array of flavors, textures and innovative dishes, created with a specific goal of providing unique dishes and humble service to ensure that guests have a special dining experience.
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