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The Hungry Nomad: Rock 'n' Sake- A Sushi Joint (New Orleans)

November 28, 2010

Rock 'n' Sake- A Sushi Joint (New Orleans)

Rock-n-Sake: Is a sushi bar and restaurant in the Warehouse district of New Orleans. With the loud music, dim lights and interesting art on the walls- its as hip as you can get in New Orleans. No wonder it is usually packed on the weekends with the young 'hip' crowd. It is a fun place to eat. The sushi is good as well. When it comes to sushi I am a bit of a snob...having grown up in Vancouver BC where 1 out of 2 restaurants is a sushi joint. However, I have also had the opportunity to try various sushi restaurants in New Orleans (there aren't that many to choose from) and this is on the top of my list (in New Orleans). There are some interesting creations including rice paper sushi rolls where instead of seaweed the rolls are made with rice paper served in delicious ponzu sauce.  The rolls are on the expensive side (14-16 dollar rolls). However, that is pretty much the price of sushi in New Orleans.  They also serve other Japanese dishes including udon noodle soups, beef/tuna tatakis, etc. If you are looking for a fun way to spend the evening (that is if a crowded restaurant with loud music is your definition of fun) then you should definitely check out this hip warehouse district sushi bar.

823 Fulton St., New Orleans, LA 70130 /Tel: (504) 581-7253

Rebel rice paper roll


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