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Sushi Garden

I live in Los Angeles, CA, but am from and travel to Tucson, AZ A LOT! There are so many amazing options to write about!  I have to admit, I am a sushi addict. When I travel to T-Town, like the locals call it, I have to get my sushi fix at my favorite spot, Sushi Garden on La Cholla Blvd.  While there are many great sushi options in Tucson, I have to give it up to Sushi Garden:


All You Can Eat Sushi $21.95 per person, 
$12.95 kids 11 years and younger.


Very decent prices, FRESH food!


Crab Sunomono drizzled with a light dressing.  Great appetizer to start with.


The New Orleans Roll is one of Sushi Garden's most popular menu items.
Deep fried crawfish in a spicy sauce, cucumber & avocado topped with masago.  So Crispy!


The Captain Crunch Roll.
Stuffed with house crab-puff filling (cream cheese, crab, jalapeño and green onion), crab, avocado, panko fried, served with sesame chili sauce.  Delicious!


Baked California Roll.
Sounds cliche' I know, however, their secret bake sauce this 'simple' California Roll is topped with explodes in your mouth and makes for a very satisfying taste.  I implore you to try it!


Spicy Scallop Roll paired with a Salmon, Onion, and Crab Hand Roll.
Fat pieces of scallop and the salmon melts in your mouth. Sriracha, a very spicy soy sauce, and wasabi mix to dip in background.


HAPPY HOUR!!

Foothills Mall Specials
Sundays - Thursdays from 4PM - 7PM
Discounted appetizers, sushi, and drinks.
Whether you're looking for a nice spot for date night, girls' night out, or dinner with the fam, Sushi Garden will accommodate you and your guests.  Service is always on point!

Of course, Sake Bombs are always encouraged :)

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