It's official. Apparently, there's been a bit too much carb consumption going on lately and the powers that be have designated certain carb-free zones all across Orange County. Luckily for you, our Sashimi Sampler is one of the first legitimately sanctioned Carb-Free Zones designated in the OC. If you feel that you have been over carbing as of late, please make sure you get to Sushi World as quickly as possible to order your Sashimi Sampler today. It'll be a great way to help you get that beach body ready for this summer.
Acquired from sustainable farms, our Bluefin Tuna is always in limited supply so if you see it on our Specials Board, be sure to order it! You can get it sushi, or like in this picture, sashimi-style, which we serve with fresh shredded radish and fresh chopped wasabi. It's always great to get it as a sashimi when you're trying to watch your carb intake. We usually don't dip it in soy sauce. We take a little bit of the fresh chopped wasabi, put it on a slice of Bluefin tuna, and eat it just like that. Simple and quite delicious. Goes great with just about any sake we have in stock.
Here we go again! Name that sushi, people! This week's installment is a type of sashimi and the only additional clue we can give you is that it is absolutely delicious! If you don't know what it is, bring this picture in on your phone and show it to our sushi chefs and they'll quickly prepare it for you. Guess the sashimi correctly and get a free small bottle of sake that you can use at any time! Now get to guessing!
Are you having a bad day? A bad week? Bad month? Well, we have your cure! Get some sashimi and watch your life change instantly! If you know what types of fish you like, just yell them out to our sushi chefs and they'll put together a delicious, beautifully arranged plate of sashimi for you. Just looking at it should make you feel better. Can you imagine what it'll do once you eat it all? Yeah, life will be pretty darn good after that. Come on in. It's Thursday.
Initially, when I wrote this, it was supposed to be a simple line. Playing on Mae West's, "Why don't you come up some time and see me?" Yes, I'm old. So the "sashimi" is supposed to sound like "see me." So it was, "Why don't you come & sashimi some time?" But then, I thought, if we're going to put the "sa" in front of the verb, might as well do it for the "come" too. So then it became, "sa-come" which kinda sounds like, "succumb." Wow, this became a lot more complicated than I initially planned for it. Any way, just come and have some delicious, expertly-prepared sashimi with us.