Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Tuna Poke

by Josh Theisinger

There are a handful of dishes that customers always ask us to bring back or keep on the menu full time. But with how diverse and different our menu is, there's a need to keep the menu constantly changing with specials.

First instance, the tuna tower is one of many dishes everyone raves about when it's on the menu. And while we're unfortunately not bringing that back to our menu (not yet anyway), we are reintroducing its distant relative: Tuna Poke.

The dish starts with cubed sashimi grade yellowfin tuna (the same stuff you find in any sushi restaurant). Mixed with toasted chopped cashews, scallions, cilantro and a hint of sesame oil, it is then topped with caviar. Served with a final handful of wonton chips, the result is a "no utensils necessary dish."

The poke still towers like the tuna tower, but there is a definite difference between the two. So easy and simple, it features an elegance that enables it to stand alone as a great appetizer.

It's something that will "poke" your interest....and taste buds.  That's right, it's good. Better yet, it's good for you!

But I can only write about the tuna poke. It's up to you to stop in and see what everyone else is already raving about!

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