Beautiful, translucent, sweet shrimp. Yum. Yep, they're in stock and alive for the taking. Absolutely one of our favorite items so we always eat them ourselves when they're in stock. Our chefs masterfully serve up the tails of the amaebi with a just a hint of wasabi and rice, if you'd like. They then deep fry the heads for you so you can just eat those like fries, except these are much better. If you do dip it in soy sauce, make sure you only dip it a bit. Doesn't need much because the shrimp itself is so darn tasty.
Yep, it's not for everyone. But for those who know how delicious Uni is, this close-up should make your mouth water. You can see the texture, which although looks like your tongue, it just melts in your mouth like butter. It's almost always on our specials board so just holler it out to our awesome sushi chefs and they'll whip up a few orders for you. It definitely goes well with one of our premium sakes. If you ever need help deciding on a sake pairing, don't hesitate to ask our servers or our chefs (if they're not too busy) for an appropriate sake that will best suit your liking.
Hamachi (Yellowtail) Ribs are not always available so you'll have to ask our chefs if they're in stock. And trust us. They're worth asking about, especially if you haven't tried them. Our chefs carefully carve out the ribs, sear them, and then lightly dress them with a little spice and a little sweetness. You can just pick up each rib and then suck the meat off the bone. It's definitely a different take on "ribs." Normally, this is a wasted portion of the fish but the Japanese are known for not wasting any part of the fish.
We're not sure how long we'll have it, but currently on our Specials Board is Fried Baby Crabs. Yep, they're tiny and they're delicious. Just pop them in your mouth and eat them all up. It's just like eating fries, but way better. Always, always check our specials board when you come in for a visit. We love mixing things up and adding different things to the menu so there's always something new for you to try. Amaebi is still on the specials board so if you still haven't tried live sweet shrimp, you're definitely missing out.
A very common item on our specials board is our Hotategai, better known as Scallops. If you do come in and see it on there, be sure to order at least one serving. It's definitely a different texture and taste from regular fish sushi. If you are familiar with cooked Scallops, raw Hotategai has the same texture except that it might be a bit softer. And its flavor is very refreshing and feels more meaty than your typical raw fish sushi.
A frequent feature on our specials board is the always popular Bluefin Tuna, or Maguro. You can order it either way but we can't always guarantee stock on hand. We do have those customers that once they find out we have it, they end up ordering all we have. So if you see it on our specials board, do yourself a favor and get at least an order. You won't regret it. And, while you're looking at our specials board, be sure to check out all the other items on there because you're bound to find more than a favorite or two on there.
No, it's not a new motto. This picture just happened to have shiny sushi in it so that's what we went with. If you can't tell what it is, it's cherry salmon, scallops, and conch nigiri. Pretty damn delicious so if you haven't tried out these shiny sushis, you should. Cause not only are they shiny and tempting, they're actually delicious! Especially if you enjoy fine sushi. Look for these items on our specials board!
We have a lot going for us, we know. But the bottom line is that we deliver high-quality sushi at very affordable prices. We often have fishes that are not always on the market, such as the ones in this picture. Can you name them? Our special sushi menu changes on a daily basis, depending on what comes in. Ask our friendly sushi chefs today what is on the secret menu. Actually, it's no secret. It's written on the specials board hanging up behind them. But if you're too lazy to read, just ask them and they'll tell you all about them.