California roll topped with spicy tuna, tobiko, unagi sauce. Pre fixe dinner Barracuda Sushi, San Francisco CA
This roll wasn’t very creative with its standard components, but I liked the flavors nonetheless. It’s not very authentic, but spicy tuna is always a safe bet (especially is if there’s any doubt in the freshness of the fish, not that Barracuda uses bad fish).
Wow, this was really tasty! I loved the texture of the snapper and the subtle sauce with grated daikon were perfect components to compliment the delicate flavor of the fish. The presentation was also very clean and pretty. Pre fixe dinner Barracuda Sushi, San Francisco CA
Crab meat, mango, avocado, gobo (burdock) covered with lightly torched, thinly sliced kobe beef, seasoned with sesame oil and green onions. $12.95 Barracuda Sushi, San Francisco CA
This rolls sounds amazing and it was actually very tasty, but I think that there was WAY too many things packed inside. I really couldn’t taste many of the ingredients individually and forgot that some of them were even in there. The beef was the dominant flavor and it was a little on the salty side. The roll was good but I probably wouldn’t order it again.
Reward Roll: deep fried shrimp, soft shell crab, cucumber, crab roll topped with salmon and avocado with tobiko and unagi sauce. $12.95
Red Dragon: Unagi tempura and cucumber roll topped with spicy tuna, tomato, jalapeno, spicy miso sauce and tobiko-garlic chips. $14.95 Barracuda Sushi, San Francisco CA
The rolls at Barracuda are always pretty tasty and large, but you’d expect that at this above-average price point. I do like that they offer plenty of fried (tempura) roll options for my fat-craving self, lol! Their flavor combinations are also inventive and varied.
Standard makimono with tuna, cucumber, and scallop. Happy hour $3 each Barracuda Sushi, San Francisco CA
Three bucks per roll – score! I also like how they put the “spicy” sauce on top of the scallop roll instead of mixing it with the chopped scallops. Not the best rolls I’ve eaten, but definitely a great value!
Mosaic snake sculpture, 24th and York Street Mini Park. I’m surprised how clean this snake stays considering how many kids must climb it on a daily basis! It look super cool!