There is no Thai, no homestyle Japanese food, nothing at this family-run BYOB besides raw fish. Of course, that fish takes many permutations: There are sashimi (such as fresh-water eel and yellowtail) and the familiar rolls (spicy tuna, California), but the focus is on delicious and creative specialty rolls, such as the Flaming VIP—a salmon-topped crab roll singed by actual flames on the plate—and the volcano, which is crunchy (from shrimp tempura), creamy (from avocado) and just a little spicy. Cool off your palate with mango mochi for dessert.
|Venue name:||EJ Sushi||Contact:|
1406 W Grand Ave
|Cross street:||at Noble St|
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||Bus: 9, 65, 66.|
|Price:||Average maki roll: $10|
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