I tried sushi for the first time, I had the Candy roll and the Rock'n roll, it was delicious. But the absolutely best thing was Negimaki. Its beef rolled around a scallion in some kind of sauce that was one of the best things I have tasted in I don't know when. I will most defiantly have that again. We shared the boat for two, it was more that enough for three, if you have appraisers, it would feed four easily.
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