Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Sushi California with Two Nutty Crumpets

Schools out and the sun's shining, it would be a pity to waste it at home. After writing numerous paragraphs in fellow classmates' yearbooks, Peanut Crumpet and Coconut Crumpet went to fill their growling tummies with some sushi. And Sushi California was the closest stop that also fits our student budget.

Peanut Crumpet had an Avocado Roll ($2.95) and Coconut Crumpet an Unagi Roll ($3.95). A review on the unagi roll and other items from Sushi California can be found here. There isn't much to say about these two rolls, as they are both very simple. 

Gomae Salad ($3.25)
We shared two appetizers, both of which we really enjoyed. The Gomae Salad is fresh seaweed with sesame oil. This is sold at T&T Supermarket or in a large tub from Costco. Nevertheless it's an aromatic and delicious dish of fresh algae. 

Wakama Salad ($3.50)

The second appetizer we shared was the Wakama Salad. It's cooked spinach smothered in a peanut sauce. We dipped pieces of rice into the remaining peanut sauce. I'm pretty sure its the same sauce they drizzle on the Spinach Crab Roll. Obviously Peanut Crumpet loves this.

In addition to the Fried Oysters, these two appetizers are worth ordering if you're wanting some extra food to nibble one between bites of sushi.

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Love from Coconut Crumpet & Peanut Crumpet

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