Kazu’s again!

I have a massive craving for sushi right now. Instead of satisfying my craving, I’m sitting here writing about sushi instead. This is from awhile ago. I was hungry so I ordered a bento box and two sushi rolls. As always, the service at Kazu’s was great.

The bento box included a siesta roll (cilantro, sriracha, tempura shrimp, avocado), three pieces of nigiri, a piece of fried white fish, salad, and miso soup. Remember the last time, I said that the ginger dressing tasted funny? This time, it was different and I enjoyed the salad. There was something weird about the dressing the last time I had it. That doesn’t matter though. I just want sushi. I don’t care much for sides.
kazu's - siesta roll bento

I also ordered a spicy tuna roll and mexican roll.
Kazu's - spicy tuna and mexican roll

Chelsea got the tempura udon. The tempura shrimp was legendary. It was calling for me to eat it. It takes a lot for tempura to impress me. It’s very hard to get it right. Raw Bar and Kazu’s know what they’re doing and have got it right. When I fantasize about tempura that’s what I picture in my head. On the other hand, Gainesville hasn’t kindled my tempura fantasies. Out of the four sushi (Miya, Matsuri, Shooting Star, Dragonfly) places I’ve tried tempura in Gainesville, none was really memorable.
Kazu's - tempura udon

Here’s a picture where you can really see how big the shrimp was. When I got home and went through the pictures, I found that some pictures I took captured Chelsea failing at picking up the noodles. See here for an animation the fail.
Kazu's - tempura udon