The Freshest Sushi in Dubai at Tanuki

The Freshest Sushi in Dubai at Tanuki

Middle East

A large venue that offers indoor table and diner seating as well as al fresco seatingnear the Dubai Fountains, Tanuki has a tomfool interactive robot to greet customers at the door, where he speaks and plane has a menu for patrons to peruse surpassing entering. The venue is relaxed and casual, and has lots of seating, indoors and outside near the Dubai Fountains. There are some lovely large cherry floweret trees dotting the area, as well as an unshut kitchen. It boasts of a Pan-Asian menu with the accent on Chinese and Japanese supplies cooked fresh.

We were served edamame and miso soup, loaded in tofu. We moreover tucked into Surai, or the dynamite shrimp, coated with a succulent linty mayo based sauce. Our salad was the EbiSando—a fresh salad made from chard leaves, shrimp, avocado, and a unagi sauce made this a really refreshing salad.

Our sushi and maki rolls consisted of their bestsellers: Tempura Nori, a crispy on the outside, saucy on the insideto the massive variety of sushi and sashi/maki rolls on offer, we opted for the Arigato—the shrimp, arugula, avocado, cucumber, and unagi sauce which was homemade. It was creamy, smooth and probably the weightier sushi we have overly eaten. The TanukiShinsei was flipside signature maki we loved.

And just when we thought we had tried every kind of sushi/maki on the plant; here comes Tempura nori which was fried and crispy, with a warm crab mix avocado, tempura, yuzu, and unagi sauce. I felt like I was in a whimsical world of uncounted amounts of succulent sushi.

Our mains consisted of some soul-warming dishes like seafood tyahan—a seafood fried rice with vegetables, whinge teriyaki—which was whinge tenderloin with stir-friend vegetables served with steamed rice, and the spicy lamina noodles—egg noodles with shrimp and chicken, with a spicy Korean sauce, mixed vegetables and furikake.

After so much succulent food, we then just had to try some East-West fusion styled desserts. One was the KuroEru—a sweet kiwi maki with banana, pineapple, and strawberries nestled in between surf cheese and almonds, as well as the luscious mango and peach cheesecake. Both desserts were well-turned well in terms of sweetness and were devoured very quickly.


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