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Foodie the Kid

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Stupendous Sushi

   Sushi Caurtaro is a sushi restaurant with great sushi,with a modern flare.The place look very sleek and clean with its, nice white walls and black tables.The service was friendly and kind.The waiting time for our food didn't take very long and in fact it was very quick.
   For our appetizers we got Edamame ($2.50) and two Small Crab Suomono ($1.00 each). The Edamame was good and salty.It is one of  my old favorites of mine and probably a favorite for other Asian restaurant goers. The Crab Sunomono was great. Sweet ginger sauce went well with the sweet cucumber which made for an excellent "salad".It had a very refreshing taste and cleaned our palettes,which in my opinion that is a mark of a good appetizer.
 For our entree we got Baked California Roll ($5.00), New Orleans Roll ($6.95), Temptation Roll ($12.95)The Baked California Rolls were nice because it had on top something that was similar to a cheese and every tastes better with cheese.The crab and avocado inside was nice too.The New Orleans roll was very interesting withe the salmon roe and the chicken.It had a little kick to it which was yummy.The temptation roll really lived up to its name, it was tasty with the panko breading and the lobster. All the rolls were "savorlicious" all went to together very nicely.
For dessert we got the Mango Mochi ($4.50) which was nice and "mangoey".A mochi is a Japanese ice-cream wrapped in a tapioca thing and it tastes really good. The mochi was are really good ending to my Mom and I's dinner.
Check this place out when you are in the area

Sushi Cortaro:                                    Hours:
8225 N. Courtney Page way              Mon-Sat 11am-10pm
(520) 572-8668                                    Sun 12 pm-9pm

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