From Our Editors
At Asi’s Grill & Sushi Bar, chef and owner Asi David takes no prisoners with a menu that pulls from the two cuisines his kitchens know best: sushi and Mediterranean food. The unapologetic eatery dazzles its patrons with a one-of-a-kind blending of cultures, dishing out a spate of hot and cold food with equal aplomb. The dishes range from chicken shish kebab, baby lamb chops, and Moroccan fish casserole to a Volcano roll stuffed with crab and spicy mayo, cooked until flaming hot, and served with a chilly California roll on top. To wash down their single-cuisine or adventurously exploratory meals, customers can select from imported juices, nonalcoholic Israeli beer, or black coffee imported straight from Asi’s hometown in Israel.