Restaurant Review: Sushi Gone Wild
The best part about our new neighborhood in the South Bay is the abundance of great Asian food restaurants. Granted, we can't eat at many of them but we have found a few that have become regular spots for us. Around October, we spent a weekend researching Asian places to eat and then went to a whole bunch in a short span of time. Ironically, our favorite sushi place wasn't on the list that weekend. We had driven by Sushi Gone Wild before when going to Sprouts, but had figured (in Rick's words) it was just a "gringo" sushi place because it had such a silly name. Luckily, we gave it a shot, and weren't disappointed! We like to go on Friday nights, but usually have to make a reservation because it gets so crowded.
Our usual order includes a green salad, which comes with a mustard/horseradish dressing, which is outstanding. I usually order extra on the side, to dip my sushi in. The additional veggies vary, but avocado and cucumber usually make an appearance. This one also came with pickled carrots and sprouts, too.
We usually start with avocado rolls (just one of the perks of living in SoCal, where avocados never go out of season):
|veggie tempura roll|
See you tomorrow!