Senor Sushi

4324 W Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85031 Directions
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Report | 6 months ago
Delicious! You cannot go wrong with any choice off of the menu!
Report | 6 months ago
mexicanized sushi... really good... first time I tasted sushi with bacon and it was awesome... i will be back...
Report | 6 months ago
Get the Carne Asada Roll ... Yummy !!!
Report | 6 months ago
Just keep an open mind if you've never mixed Mexican food and sushi. I tried the Guamuchilito - Shrimp Tempura, Avocado, Cucumber, Crab Meat, Cream Cheese/Fresh Shrimp (breaded and deep fried). It was absolutely wonderful. The service was good and the atmosphere was nice (not overdone). It's a bit of a drive for me so I don't know when I'll be back but I will be back.
Report | 7 months ago
Had some Delicious Mexican fusion rolls. I definitely recommend it. It was Great atmosphere. Spacious enough to have a large family gathering.
Report | 7 months ago
Good sushi
Report | 7 months ago
After your first visit be sure to go again and try something new, I will! It's an interesting sushi menu with a mexican flare!
Report | 7 months ago
Great Food and Service
Report | 7 months ago
Love the food.
Report | 7 months ago
Food was good but service to slow it took 39minutes to get a toll made.
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At Senor Sushi, the chefs look beyond bold sauces when adding spice to their rolls, drawing instead from a locus of fiery cuisine: Mexico. This mix of Japanese and Latin cuisine results in neatly packaged bites of flavor, from the calamari roll's panko-crusted squid, crab, and cream cheese to the Mexican roll's salmon tempura, spicy crab, vegetables, and hot sauce. Many of the inventive maki rolls are also deep-fried for extra crunch?such as the creamy Tres Quesos roll?and others incorporate ingredients beyond seafood staples. The Culichi roll, for example, wraps chicken and beef alongside shrimp, crab, and octopus before it's baked and topped with a three-cheese mix.

Traditional offerings also abound on the menu. Guests can snack on california rolls in addition to several kinds of sashimi, including octopus, albacore, and eel. The restaurant hosts eclectic events to match its diversified kitchen, entertaining tables with comedy nights, DJs, and screenings of soccer matches, an exciting departure from conventional sushi-bar television: static that sounds like the ocean.

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Phoenix Restaurant Guide

As the capital city of Arizona, Phoenix offers a variety of restaurants to serve the needs of a diverse population. While some might assume that Phoenix restaurants are dominated by Mexican food, sushi, French food and other ethnic cuisines are also immensely popular. Casual dollar-taco stands easily mix with upscale French bistros in this city.

For a relaxing bottle of wine and the ability to experience a carefully crafted meal, try one of Phoenix's many French restaurants. Sophie's French Bistro offers an extensive wine list and a selection of vegetarian options to cater to every member of a dining party. Coup Des Tartes is also a popular neighborhood bistro but does not sell alcohol. Customers can bring their own wine and pay a modest corking fee. For diners on a budget, the Vincent Market Bistro offers reasonably priced French food.

In Phoenix, sushi bars offer an easy way to eat a light meal. Yasu Sushi Bistro has an extensive menu for discerning guests. Adventurous customers may want to try the small-plate menu to experience a variety of items. Yen Sushi & Sake Bar offers happy hour specials perfect for those with large appetites. For a quick and inexpensive lunch, How Do You Roll? has made-to-order sushi in an casual atmosphere. Families dining in Phoenix may find that eating at How Do You Roll? is an easy way to encourage their children to try new types of food.

From Tex-Mex to authentic Mexican cuisine, Phoenix's close proximity to the border ensures a wide variety of Mexican restaurants. For inexpensive tacos, quesadillas and similar fare, Tacos Atoyac is a great spot. Guests who plan on eating at Tacos Atoyac should be prepared to wait in line during peak lunch and dinner hours. Mariscos Playa Hermosa offers a more upscale menu, including an extensive selection of Mexican-influenced seafood.

True to the spirit of the city, Phoenix restaurants offer plenty of options to the residents of Arizona's capital.

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