Haiki’s trendy ambiance gives this small-town sushi and cocktail bar a big-city feel, regulars say. The dim lighting and low-key décor make Haiku a great choice for a romantic meal with your sweetheart, but the lunch specials here are a great deal, too. While you can order a variety of Chinese, Thai, and Japanese-style dishes from the menu at Haiku, Yelpers say the sushi is the star of the show. Customer favorites include the eel avocado roll, spicy tuna roll, passion roll, yellowtail jalapeño roll, tropical roll and Szechuan spicy wonton. Wash your food down with a cocktail – the mojitos are popular.
Most of the patrons at Haiku on weekend nights are here for drinks, so if you want to go out to dinner later on a Friday or Saturday Haiku may not be ideal. Enjoy faster service and a more pleasant, less crowded atmosphere when you come to Haiku on a weeknight – unless, of course, you’re just drinking.