One small step for men, a giant leap for sushi kind with Sex on the Moon Sushi Roll from a unique Japanese restaurant on Hollywood walk of fame, Los Angeles city where the stars are made. This sure looks like an undertaking as big as a landing on the moon with so many ingredients packed nicely and tight into sushi rolls. It’s the double layer of goodness with inside fried shrimp eel, avocado, cream cheese, and asparagus and outside topped with smelt raw, fresh tuna, tempura flakes, eel sauce, spicy mayo, scallion, and caviar. I love all that fatty tuna and thick cell. Things are always better when they top it with a whole lot of eel sauce and some extra spicy mayo to keep your taste buds on their toes. Wow, that is a whole of things going there. They might be prepared to supply the whole moon expedition. With so much going on, every single bite has a different combination of flavor explosions. It makes for one great experience as you can’t truly expect the same flavor combination in every bite. It’s not one of those light sushi rolls, so better share it with a friend or two. Not the cheapest roll with a $15 price tag, but really it’s worth it, and good sushi always costs more. Not surprised this was one of our most favorite rolls from the sushi noming night.
Orange Blossom Sushi Roll $13
Let your sushi flower blossom on the Walk of Fame with Orange Blossom Sushi Roll from Cho Oishi, a unique Japanese restaurant in Hollywood Los Angeles, the movie capital of the world. We are all about the special rolls because they are the most fun and out of their sushi creation. In the United States, sushi is all about that wow factor to packed as many different flavors into one roll. This sushi roll does not disappoint with a nice kick of spicy salmon topped with even more salmon and tempura flakes. Just in case spicy salmon didn’t kick you, there are even more masago and masago sauce on top. As an actual California creation, it comes with a fresh avocado inside that helps decrease some spiciness.
Salmon Sushi Roll $6
Let the fatty salmon shine in a nice and simple Salmon Sushi Roll from Cho Oishi, a Japanese sushi place up above the Walk of Fame in Hollywood Los Angeles. Simple sushi like this is what showcases’ restaurant’s ability to pick out a great fish. Nice and fatty, the salmon was the main attraction in these rolls with so much flavor and softness. Nice and soft rice with seaweed wrapper on the outside to keep it all together. Even though this needs no extra flavor, you can always add a nice dose of wasabi on top for that extra kick. Sometimes you want something nice and simple without a tone of toppings, sauces, and crazy elaborate creations. They are a bit small, but then again, you are only paying $6 when everything else is much more expensive here. Just go and get two orders if it’s not enough.
Sushi Sashimi Bowl $30
Slap me with some fatty fish, just like in Sushi Sashimi Bowl from Cho Oishi, a Japanese sushi restaurant in the heart of Hollywood Los Angeles. Such a beautiful bowl of sashimi we can’t wait to dig in. So many different things in there like fatty tuna, salmon, octopus, shrimp, and so much more. Great representation of all the various seafood they have to offer. Of course, Fatty Tuna and Salmon were our favorite. Just something about those makes us so happy. It must be all that omega! Something about that rice was so different and tasted so good. It’s like they added an extra dose of crack into it. None of us could stop eating it and even asked for more. For so much money kind of wish, they gave you more sashimi.
Curi Maki Sushi Roll $14
Walk down a sushi walk of fame with Curi Maki Rolls from a unique Japanese restaurant in Hollywood, Los Angeles city of fame and stars. This is one of those more unique and less traditional sushi rolls. It comes packed with a cucumber wrapper with an explosion of flavor and colors with salmon, tuna, tamago, masago, and mayo. Nice and crunchy on the outside and very soft on the inside. You can taste the excellent high-quality fat fish since there is no rice. It’s all about the fish and sauce combination. It does have a little kick after you are done eating and gives you that extra flavor jolt and lasting impression that would make you want to eat even more.