Ra Sushi Menu – Hungry For Sushi And More?
Are you hungry for some amazing Japanese fusion cuisine? Then Ra Sushi is the place to be. This lively restaurant offers you a vibrant crowd, innovative cocktails, and, as they say, “the best sushi this side of Tokyo.” Probably that is why Ra Sushi was also voted the Best Restaurant in South Miami-Dade by the Miami New Times. Nevertheless, sample this look into the Ra Sushi menu and decide for yourself:
Tootsy Maki: This sushi is made with Kani kama crab mix, cucumber, and shrimp rolled and topped with tempura and served in sweet eel sauce.
Tunacado: Seared ahi tuna is covered in bits of Japanese rice cracker bits, black sesame seeds, and served with a dipping sauce of creamy ponzu and avocado the side.
Viva Las Vegas Roll: The restaurant recently sold its 100,000th Viva Las Vegas Roll, which has definitely become its most famous signature sushi. It is made with Kani kama crab, rice, and cream cheese rolled into seaweed, battered in light tempura and served with a topping of spicy tuna and sliced lotus root.
Crispy Spicy Tuna: Those who love their sushi spicier and crispier can order this one, which is made with a spicy tuna mix over crispy sesame rice balls and a drizzling of a soy chili sauce.
“RA”llipop: This heady mix of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, spicy tuna mix, lettuce, asparagus, and cucumber is wrapped in lobok and is served with garlic ponzu sauce.
Tuna Tataki: This simple offering on the Ra Sushi menu is made with thinly sliced, seared ahi tuna, which is then served with an onion soy vinaigrette.
Mango Lobster Roll: This is a fruity twist to the sushi as you get thinly sliced mango, lobster mix, avocado, and cucumber, served with more mango in the form of mango tobiko, and kiwi wasabi sauce.
This section of the menu caters to those who are not in the habit of having sushi everyday and would like to go with something else for their meals:
Pineapple Cheese Wontons: Wontons are an everyday favorite among Asian snacks and these come lightly fried and filled with cream cheese, scallions, and pineapple for that tangy twist.
Kaisen Ceviche: Ceviche is cooked in the Japanese style, with shrimp, scallops, and squid, which is chilled and mixed with tomato, avocado, and salsa and served in a spring roll shell.
“RA”ckin’ Shrimp: You may very well call it rocking but the restaurant prefers it this way. Any which way, this starter tastes delicious as it is made with crispy shrimp served over mixed greens with a dipping sauce of creamy ginger teriyaki.
Grilled Short Ribs: A little American touch to the menu, this dish is made with marinated and grilled Kalbi beef short ribs, drenched in a sweet and tangy yakiniku sauce with coleslaw on the side.
Crispy Soft Shell Crab: Soft shell crabs, fried lightly, are served with a garlic ponzu sauce.
Hot Mess: Don’t go by the name because this dish is absolutely delicious. Crispy rice balls, covered in spicy king crab mix, are baked and served covered in jalapeno and cilantro.
If you have had too much of the salty affair, then it is time to pamper your sweet tooth. You can do so with Coconut Creme Brulee, Fried Banana with Kahlua, Cinnamon Tempura Ice Cream, Banana Split Maki, and Sweet Mochi Trio.
Lunch is served everyday between 11AM and 3PM. You can choose from among the following:
Bento Boxes: These could have either Vegetable Tempura, Shrimp Tempura, Chicken Teriyaki or Beef Teriyaki. Each of these is served with miso soup, uchi no salad, rice, a pork gyoza, and a vegetable spring roll.
Bowls: These delicious bowls are served for a light lunch option, along with miso soup. Spicy Tuna Bowl, Spicy Salmon Bowl, Chicken Teriyaki Bowl, Beef Teriyaki Bowl, and Bara Chirashi Bowl are your choices.
For dinner, you can order from among the following:
- Chicken Katsu
- Apple Teriyaki Salmon
- Lobster with Garlic Sugar Snap Peas
- Chicken Yakisoba
Dining out at Ra Sushi is an experience in itself and we hope this blog will help you decide upon your order when you visit the restaurant next time.
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