hot tuna sushi {tampa food photographer}

hanh and her crew have gotten a good thing started.  “we’re not just a sushi place,” she says.  “we’re modern and we’re fun and we serve a whole lot more than sushi.”

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you can find everything from the innovative Sashimi-Tini (our six year old ate sashimi for the first time with such a lovely presentation!), to Tuna Tataki (seared to perfection and served with citrus ponzu sauce), pork dumplings, grilled Maine lobster tail, Filet Mignon, and Korean Style short ribs.

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of course, the sushi they do serve is delicious.

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the “lollipop” is a rice-free offering that has raw tuna, cucumber, cream cheese, and secret sauce that’s light and refreshing.

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this Hawaii-Five-O roll is almost a dessert; it’s not too sweet, but has a surprising addition of sweet potato fries, mango, and coconut marmalade that make it delightfully unusual.

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a variety of dessert offerings includes the chocolate pyramid (dulce de leche mousse with diced pears and spiced genoise in a milk and white chocolate pyramid), chocolate trilogy, and tempura fried ice cream (go early – this could run out!), among others, both traditional and very American.

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the decor is modern, and the owners have made a visible, intentional decision to offer current music and an atmosphere that is at once hip and family-friendly.  we’d enjoy a date night out just as much as we enjoyed spending time with Nana and a “selection” of our kiddos.

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