On my first visit I remember seeing the chef slice up some fresh salmon and set it on a plate and off it went. I grabbed that dish within seconds and that salmon melted in my mouth. Beautifully sliced and ridiculously fresh. The salmon nigiri is also a must if you prefer your salmon with a little bit of rice.
Up next I had their crab salad, which I've come to realize is insanely addictive. It's topped with freshly sliced avocado and tempura for added crunch. I've had at least one of these salads on every single one of my visits. The flavor is fresh, creamy (thanks to the avocado) and light.
I've also had their beef sashimi several times, it has a little bit of spice and the daikon it's served with gives it an added kick. The beef is slightly seared, and very much rare. The meat is always tender and practically disintegrates in your mouth.
I've also had their escarole nigiri, which as the sushi chef warns you should not have too much of because of the type of fish. He mentions, "It's a dangerous fish. Barracuda family. No more than 6 pieces for you." This was another freshly cut, beautiful piece of fresh fish, but I heeded the chef's warning and stuck to only a couple pieces.
16873 NW 67th Ave
Hialeah, FL 33015