sushi ninja

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When you en­ter the es­tab­lish­ment, you are treated to fresh and low-key interiors that per­fectly com­ple­ment the re­laxed at­mos­phere of the south. You can see stacked crates on each other and shuriken (or ninja stars) em­bed­ded in the walls. Those are just some of the small de­tails that make it feel unique. hef Matthew Tan­juakio’s in­spi­ra­tion comes from his train­ing at the al­i­for­nia Sushi Acad­emy and Tokyo Sushi Acad­emy. “I love nam­ing my dishes af­ter the places I’ve been to in Ja­pan,” he con­fesses. “The per­fect sushi would be some­thing which you can enjoy on it’s own. For me per­son­ally, I love it when the sushi is lling.” He lets us try his sig­na­ture Ok­i­nawa Toshi Sushi Plat­ter, which he made from salmon, truf e oil, and cream cheese. True enough, the af­ford­able sushi serv­ings are quite gen­er­ous, with each or­der enough for two peo­ple. I have no fa­vorites yet, but the Salmon Belly Sushi, paired with the tuna salad and a bot­tle of Josen Sake, is more than enough to sat­isfy even the most dis­cern­ing of sushi lovers.

G of PAIRIN bot­tle BESTBES with a Salad Tu­naTun ro beer Sap­poSa

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