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  • Tender and oily just like the saba, and drizzled with sticky sweet kabayaki sauce, that now that I think about it, was good as a sort of dessert-like ending.

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  • The same ingredients as the California Boll can take a substitution of broiled unagi instead of crabmeat and drizzled with the sweet unagi kabayaki sauce, or the rice base can be served with fresh maguro tuna, chopped scallions, and a drizzle of spicy sriracha and sesame oil.

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  • Three rolls of sweet duck, to be dipped in sourish tamarind sauce, also came with individual lettuce-leaf wraps; a brush of sweet kabayaki sauce enhanced a small elegant pizza topped by wafers of dewy tuna sashimi; and hot mouth-tingling chili mayonnaise accompanied what may be the best flash-fried calamari around - light puffy bracelets in a sophisticated version of this ultimate bar food.

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  • All of them tasted excellent and fresh, but the unagi slices in particular were very tender and juicy - and the thick kabayaki tare

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  • This sushi could have been quite good otherwise though; the tart sweetness of mango being an interesting contrast to the savoury sweetness of the kabayaki tare.

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  • Indeed, it is: Crispy Hawaiian moi with roasted Olathe corn, Pueblo asparagus, lightly smoked trout salad, and truffled kabayaki dressing.

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  • Unfortunately, the unagi kabayaki was something we should have ordered first because it was good, but we couldn’t finish it all.

    Still a Bit Early to Say Ya - SaSaYa Restaurant

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