Boom! Your very own, made-to-order sushi roll.
Now for those, like me, who suffer from acute indecisionitis when it comes to too many food options, Kaz has made things easy by offering a few signature rolls with Japanese names and playful descriptions. For example, there’s the Doki Doki. Beneath the name is the English translation, “anticipation,” followed by its definition: “The feeling before a first date.” Then there’s Mote Mote, translation “popular” and defined as “When people cannot get enough of you.”
I’m excited to try this place out. If you’ve already been, let me know what you think! Otherwise, I’ll report back with my findings.
In the meantime, Kaz Sushi Bistro is offering a red snapper feast this month. The special dishes feature various parts of the red snapper. There’s the Sweet Soy Braised Head, Poached Skin in Ponzu Sauce, Grilled Fin in Hot Sake, and Scale Chips, to name a few. While these dishes may not be for the unadventurous eater, I will offer what I hope to be words of encouragement: I can’t remember ever being disappointed when trying a Kaz specialty item that was clearly outside my comfort zone . . .