Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Sushi With Shelly

Monday night was Sushi With Shelly night.

We hit up the ever yummy Sushi Blues.



My favorite thing about edamame and Shelly is that the first time she had it, I was with her. She said, “what is it?” I said, “soy beans.” She said, “so we could go in the field in front of your parents house and make edamame?” I said, “yup.”

Unfortunately, I was quite excited when my Clapton Roll came and I forgot to take a picture! I’ve got to get better about that. I also didn’t snap my orange that they give you at the end of your meal.

I know sushi can be either really good for you or really bad for you. I sorta teeter in the middle. The Clapton Roll is fresh tuna, cucumber, roe, spicy mayo, scallions mixed on top of the California Roll. MM MMM GOOD! It’s my all time favorite!

Shelly opted for the Blues Roll which is fish tempura, avocado, cucumber, roe, scallion, and spicy mayonnaise. I had never tried that one before and it was delish.

Sushi’s one of my all time favorite meals. Do let me know if you know of any great hideaways that I might not know about! Right now, Sushi Blues and Sono are my staple restaurants.

1 comment:

Heather said...

Ooh! I forgot about the little noodle dish they give you at Sushi Blues! Yum.

Also, my suggestion would be to try Waraji. It's at the corner of Duraleigh and Pleasant Valley Roads, right after Millbrook changes to Duraleigh when you cross Glenwood. Don't know if that's anywhere close to you but it's so so good. Try the Scary Jerry roll. It's not on the menu so you have to be "in the know".

Also, Mura at North Hills shopping ctr is the same ownership/menu as Sono so if you ever get a craving and don't feel like going all the way downtown, it's a good alternative!