Come join us at Sushi World for an evening of Sake Tasting! We have quite a few options for everyone. Our main offering will be 12 different 1 ounce shot tasters of various sakes for only $25! What a great deal! For those who are not as adventurous to try all 12, we also have a $10 flight of 6 various introductory sakes and a $20 flight of 6 various premium sakes. There are many options for everyone to enjoy but most importantly, we want to remind everyone to enjoy responsibly! Space is limited and will fill up fast! Please fill out the form below to reserve your spot now!
It's Fish Fridays! It is lent so it is the perfect day to come on in for some fresh sushi! We have all the usual line ups as well as many different specials that change all the time. You have to come in to see what they are. In the meantime, rest assured that we will always have a fresh inventory of the usual suspects, such as the ones pictured. Seared escolar, albacore, salmon, and red snapper. Looks delicious doesn't it? Well, it tastes even better than it looks. Have a great weekend everyone!
We love it when you get Monday off because you also get to come in and enjoy Happy Hour all day on Mondays! It's also all day on Tuesdays and on all other days from 2pm till 5pm, even on the weekends! So you see. It's kinda like a holiday everyday for us. You get to enjoy $3.50 appetizers, like the pictured Baked Mussels, and also $2.50 sushi, $2.50 sake, and $10 Sapporo pitchers. Still, the best Happy Hour deal in all of Orange County. You have the day off. Come on in and find out for yourself!
Thought we were in the middle of winter? Why is it in the 80s? Only in Southern California. In any case, we'd like to remind you a little bit about winter with our Snowman Roll. There's nothing cold or wintery about it, though. It's called the Snowman Roll because it's has a snow crab mix in the middle of it. Also has a shrimp tempura in the middle with a soy paper on the outside. It's actually good any time of the year and with any type of sushi eater, especially sushi virgins who still can't eat raw fish. Because there isn't any in this roll.
We love Iichiko and you should, too! Just to clarify, it's not a sake or a soju, as many might mistaken. It's a Japanese shochu, which is traditionally distilled from sweet potato, barley, rice, and other ingredients. Sake is fermented and is typically not as high in alcohol content. So be careful with Iichiko! It will sneak up on you. It's also considered a higher quality than soju, which is much more popular and mass produced. Drink your Iichiko with a little bit of tea, preferably oolong tea or a soda water and some lemon juice.