The food orgy continues beyond the summer, but not in cyberspace. And certainly not to the same magnitude - dorm food, as much as Williams tries, cannot compete. In fact, in the fall, I will be undertaking a new challenge - how to make dorm food look and sound appealing! Anyway, I'll be posting about old food experiences for a little while, as I have quite the backup of food pictures, and have been intending to start this blog for quite some time now. So bear with me..
Shrimp and vegetable tempura - Owner Ken uses a batter that isn't too heavy, and the morsels are fried to light perfection. My personal favorite is the pumpkin tempura. I could live off pumpkin and butternut squash.
Spicy Tuna Roll - excellent quality raw tuna mixed with Ken's special spicy seasoned mayonnaise. Furthermore, two things that set Ken's sushi apart that of other chefs/restaurants is the consistency and flavor of the rice, and the texture of the seaweed. Both have the essential crunch.
Sashimi - extremely high quality raw fish. 'Nuff said. I love the sweet egg, daikon root, sisho leaf, and peanut-seasoned spinach - what complements!
Chicken Teriyaki - honestly, my least favorite. Delicious and hearty, but by nature of the dish and not the kitchen's preparation, boring.
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