Thanks to SanKai, Edmonds is on a roll | Arts & Appetite

 

Last updated 11/26/2019 at 10:23am

Maria A. Montalvo

At SanKai: Spicy Tuna Roll, along with two pieces each of nigiri (with rice) of snapper, geoduck, saltwater eel, sea urchin, and two types of tuna – fatty and medium fatty.

Our city's name is on a sushi roll, that is, with the opening of the much-anticipated SanKai Sushi in the Edmonds bowl.

Sushi master Ryuichi Nakano recently opened SanKai after selling his award-winning Seattle restaurant, Kisaku, last year. He and his team offer a delectable range of nigiri and sashimi, omakase, and traditional Japanese cuisine.

For SanKai, Nakano collaborated with Edmonds' own Shubert Ho and Andrew Lecke (of Bar Dojo, Salt & Iron, The Mar-Ket, Shooby Doo Catering and Dojo to Go).

A friend and I walked in to SanKai on a busy Thursday night and immediately felt both e...



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