At most sushi joints, the Volcano roll gets its name from the array of spicy ingredients that are tucked inside its seaweed and rice shell. But at Ikaho Sushi Japanese Restaurant, the name takes on a more literal meaning, as the sushi pieces arrive arranged on the edge of a small, flaming bowl. But presentation isn't the only
creative endeavor happening in the kitchen here?chefs are just as inventive with flavors and textures, creating specialty sushi rolls that combine unique ingredients like tempura lobster, avocado, mayo, and fish eggs, or smoked salmon, asparagus, and cream cheese. Some rolls are available deep-fried, cryogenically frozen, or topped with tempura flakes, while others are wrapped with thin strips of beef. And, for non-sushi lovers, Ikaho also serves a number of traditional hot dishes such as pork katsu, hibachi chicken, and salmon teriyaki.