At Sushi World, our hearts go out to everyone affected by the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey. From now until the end of September, we would like all of our customers to skip the water while dining with us. We all know Houston has had enough of it. So, for every beverage sold, we will donate $.50 to the relief efforts and for every large bottle of sake sold, we will donate $2. Of course, you can always donate more but we just wanted a way to involve all of our awesome customers so that we can all help our fellow human beings together.
A very popular dish among sushi aficionados is ankimo, also known as monkfish liver. If you enjoy foie gras, you'll especially enjoy our ankimo because we make ours in-house. It's been called the foie gras of the sea with its delectably rich taste and texture. We serve our ankimo in perfect little medallions with some gelatin and sesame seeds as garnish. Ankimo is one of those dishes where the longer you let it sit out and cool down to room temperature, the better it will taste. Next time you come in, give it a try if you're an adventurous sushi lover with exquisite taste buds.
What is Squid Karaage Kushi? It's like Calamari on a stick. Want to know what that tastes like? Order it off of our Happy Hour menu. It's only $3.50 an order and it comes with 2 skewers of squid per order. And Happy Hour just happens to be all day on Mondays & Tuesdays and on all other weeddays from 2pm till 5pm. Enjoy 10 different types of appetizers along with $2.50 sushi (8 varieties to choose from), $2.50 sake, and $10 Sapporo pitchers. Still without a doubt, the best Happy Hour in all of Orange County. Swing on by and you'll see why.
At Sushi World, we do have quite an extensive list of traditional sushi rolls as well as our specialty sushi rolls. But we're not limited to just what's on the menu as the true limit is your imagination. You can always substitute certain ingredients of our sushi rolls to cater to your tastes so feel free request your modifications. We love experimenting and if you come up with a combo worthy to add to our menu, then you'll get to help name it! Now, take a look at this picture and try to figure out all the different parts of it. It's a pretty complicated roll but pretty simple to eat.
Well, it's the beginning of the week again and our chefs are busy prepping these salmon slabs for the best happy hour in all of Orange County . And it happens all day today and tomorrow! $2.50 sushi: salmon, peppered salmon, albacore, yellowtail, shrimp, escolar, masago, and natto. $3.50 appetizers: spicy garlic edamame, baked mussels, chicken yakitori, beef tataki, jalapeno poppers, shishito peppers, squid karaage kushi, ikanago karaage, fried aji, and chicken gyoza. $2.50 sake. $10 Sapporo pitchers.
Happy Mondays & Tuesdays! Happy Hour all day! You cannot find a better deal in all of Orange County on Mondays & Tuesdays. We have $2.50 sushi, $3.5 appetizers, $2.50 sake, and $10 Sapporo pitchers. AND, we have plenty to select from in each category. Just from the sushi alone, you can choose from salmon, peppered salmon, albacore, yellowtail, masago, shirimp, natto, and escolar. We also have a lot of other items on our happy hour menu. You'll just have to come in to find out what they are.
Let's have another awesome, happy week here in Orange County! Sushi World is here to help you kick off the week right with our Happy Hour all day on Mondays & Tuesdays where you can enjoy $2.50 sushi (for 2 pieces) with 8 varieties to choose from including the pictured salmon, yellowtail, peppered salmon, and escolar. And if discounted sushi isn't enough, we actually have quiet a bit more on our HH menu, like $3.5 appetizers (10 to choose from), $2.5 sake, and $10 Sapporo pitchers. Yep, plenty on the HH menu to keep you happy for the rest of the week.
Sushi World has been fortunate enough to acquire a 170 lb Bluefin Tuna and we want to share it with you! While supplies last (170 lbs of it!), we are offering Bluefin Tuna sushi for $4 and sashimi for $9. Bluefin Toro is $8 for sushi and $18 for sashimi. What's the difference between the two? Well, we're glad you asked. Bluefin Toro is the fatty tuna that comes from the belly portion of the fish. It's obviously more expensive because there's less of it and it's just so darned delicious. It's like butter. But fish. And good for you. We highly recommend you try it if you haven't before.