스바라시 초밥 : Subarashi Sushi

Earlier this month while ordering food for delivery, I was craving some Japanese cuisine having just returned from my Fukuoka trip. I found this place, 스바라시 초밥 (pronounced in Korean subarashi chobab), with a variety of noodle dishes, tempura battered pieces, but mostly sushi, and a few other rice based dishes.

 스바라시 (subarashi) is a Japanese word meaning ‘great, cool’ in a complimentary manner. And indeed their food is great. Today for lunch I ordered the Salmon Roll (연어롤) and the Fried Shrimp Roll (새우튀김롤).

The Salmon Roll is like a California Roll with less caviar and a slice of smoked salmon on top. The salmon has a nice smoky taste without being dry and has the perfect amount of crisp in texture. The inside of the roll contains cucumber, crab, caviar, and sauce.

The Fried Shrimp Roll has the same ingredients with a piece of fried shrimp in the roll in lieu of the salmon on top.

I’ve also tried some of the other items on the menu  before but these two are my favorite so far. You can order the roll menu in either two pieces or in eight pieces, which is a full roll. Today I ordered a full roll of each one and was easily fulfilled with eating half of the order. If you are living or visiting South Korea, and are looking to eating some sushi, I would recommend 스바라시초밥 as a place to check out.

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