Friday, April 18, 2008

Sakae Sushi

After our lunch at Spoon House we stopped by Sakae Sushi, which is right next door. Hubby loves to pick up Futomaki sushi to take home as a snack. Now, this place is not very noticeable from the outside, you might pass by it without even noticing the place. It's a hole-in-the-wall type of a joint with no place to sit and eat inside... Just a counter to order at with a menu above it. They only have 6 different sushi choices (Nori-maki, Inari, Ebi, Saba, Tamago-maki, and California Roll) but their menu hasn't changed in over 40 years! Yep, that's right. This little hole-in-the-wall has been around for about 45 years and the owners have literally kept everything the same for decades.
I highly recommend their nori maki. A type of traditional futomaki that has an assortment of colorful ingredients including pickles, shitake mushrooms, and egg. Actually, it's so good that I never got around to trying the other things on the menu before. The sushi even comes in a cute little package for you to open up like a Christmas present!
Once I open up the package I get all excited by the colorful little rows of FAT sushi! The rice is cooked just right, and at 70 cents a piece and a flavor that hasn't changed in over 40 years, you just can't go wrong.
Sakae Sushi
1601 W Redondo Beach Blvd. #112
Gardena, CA 90247
(310) 532-4550

2 comments:

fumipuriri said...

mmmm futomaki!

VeggieGirl said...

wow, what gorgeously presented sushi!

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