Halibut Sushi, No Soy Sauce!

One of my favorite fish for sushi is Halibut. The other white fish that I like is Red Snapper or Tai. Most restaurants serve white fish with ponzu, a citrus soy sauce. When I worked the sushi bar, I used it on everything.

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Halibut Sushi
Served with Lemon and Salt

If it's really good fish, I ask the sushi chef to put on some sea salt and a squeeze of lemon without using any soy sauce. It really brings out the flavor of the fish.

Engawa (front piece)
From the upper and lower fin
Best part of the Halibut

Having white fish served in this manner is one of the 'tells' that a sushi chef uses to size up the customer if he/she is a sushi expert of not. Lost count how many people told me the same and didn't know how to dip nigiri sushi in the soy sauce dish.

Sushi Time!

Sushi Dragon
8069 Vineland Ave
Sun Valley, CA 91352
(818) 768-4507
Closed on Sundays

Photos by Jay Terauchi
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