Favorite Dishes (in bold):
|The Mango Roll with shrimp, cucumber, mango, and asparagus covered with spicy crisp tuna and tobiko ($15) is one of our favorites rolls.|
Tuna Tata - minced fatty tuna with some kind of wasabi sauce and white gold caviar ($18) - Those caviar were so supple, and the tuna is fresh, and there's a lot of it. It's all just so good.
|Baby Hamachi Sashimi - with jalapeno peppers, spicy radish and soy sauce ($20) - Once again, one of their simpler dishes is one of their best.|
White Tiger (Left): One of my favorites here, love the mayo
Spicy Crispy Maki (Right): Good but a little dry, could use a little jalapeño and some of the mayo sauce from the White Tiger
|Brad's Torched Maki ($16): Really good as always, but not a favorite. I'm kind of over the torched thing, I've realized.|
|Left: Amy's Maki ($16): Great but not a favorite|
Right: White Tiger again yum yum yum
Oishii Spicy Scallop Maki (front) - with scallop, black tobiko, cucumber, kaiwali (their word for radish sprouts, normally seen as kaiware), and spicy mayo ($13): I had high hopes for this roll after loving Rachel's Sushi, but the scallop here was bitter, which brought down the whole thing a bit.
|Left: Elias Maki - with unagi, tuna, cucumber, avocado, and tobiko ($11) - Good but a little mushy|
Right: Paula's Maki - with salmon, wasabi rose and avocado inside and salmon, tuna and lemon outside ($14) - Good, but only use half the lemon
|Tuna Chip: Great, but not a favorite. The other tuna dishes have more flavor.|
Katsuo: a little buttery, kinda oystery, not a favorite
Toro Tata: Fun but I don't want to keep ordering it. I like the less finely minced tuna here so much better.
Kinnoko Soup: Get this for a sick day. Unlike an immediate bowl of miso soup, this takes about fifteen minutes to make and makes at least four servings.