We had an early dinner on a rainy afternoon and decided to try sushi. First we ordered a sushi boat, which was very nice. Then, after a brief talk with the chef about the house specialty we decided to have the Volcano Rolls instead of a desert and it was very delicious. The nori on the rolls is battered and fried and on top of the pieces there is some additional tuna (tartar)
I recommend taking the volcano rolls before the sushi boat ;)
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