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Uni at Sansei...Jason said it was just as good as any other nice sushi place.

Sushi Kashiba

Jason got the Omakase at Sushi Kashiba and LOVED every single bite...our new favorite sushi place in Seattle.

Sunrise, Red Wave, King, and Miku Rolls at Miku Sushi in Vancouver, BC...I didn't try the sunrise roll since I can't do spicy (but it was Ira's least favorite), but the other rolls were good (Miku being my favorite), but nothing earth shattering.

Shish Taouk at Mamnoon...super moist and flavorful but again, not worth the price.

We tried a variety of pizzas (Pesto Chicken/Hamburger and Sausage Combo/Mediterranean) at Beau Jo's in Idaho Springs, Colorado...though tasty, there was nothing special about the pizza, other than the restaurant providing honey for your fluffy crust...genius! The white crust was far better than the whole wheat crust.

Fried Opakapaka at Mala in Maui...the snap peas were over ripe, but other than that, everything else was AMAZING! Even the side dishes of mashed potatoes, molokai sweet potatoes, and rice were delicious...I couldn't even pick a favorite.

Crab Cake Benedict at Egg & I in Thorton, Colorado...I did get one tiny piece of shell, but other than that, I enjoyed it - the crab cake didn't have too much bread, the hollandaise wasn't too salty, and the potatoes were nice and crispy.

Oto Sushi

I got the Salmon Skin Roll, Spider Roll, and Inari at Oto Sushi...nothing stood out - the salmon skin wasn't all that crispy, but did have chunks of salmon in the roll, which was nice.

Sushi Kashiba

Unagi at Sushi Kashiba...very good, but didn't blow my mind.

Jason ordered the Tokyo Combo at Sen Dai Sushi in Milpitas, California...the salmon was the best he had ever tasted but thought the rest was just fine.