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Moshi Moshi Sushi: A User’s Guide
- Cocktail: green-tea daiquiri with green-tea-infused rum, lime juice, and housemade green-tea syrup
- Appetizer: tako yaki—steamed or fried dumplings stuffed with octopus and topped with spicy mayo, unagi sauce, bonito, pickled ginger, and scallions
- Entree: chef’s selection of five types of sashimi, served with miso soup and rice
Where to Sit: Snag a spot at the sushi bar to see world-class chefs craft rolls from fresh seafood shipped in daily from Tsukiji Market in Tokyo.
When to Go: Stop in during happy hour for $3–$7 sushi rolls and $7 cocktails. Moshi Moshi offers weekday, weekend, and late-night happy hours to curb all of your beverage and sushi cravings.
While You’re Waiting
- Head over to the cocktail bar and try one of the 25 specialty drinks designed by acclaimed bartender Erik Carlson.
- Take in Moshi Moshi’s massive centerpiece: a two-story cherry tree sculpture lit by hundreds of LED blossoms.
- If you’re feeling inspired, ask the chefs to make an off-menu roll of your own creation.
- Reservations are recommended if you want a table.
Moshi moshi: the standard greeting when answering the phone in Japan.
While You’re in the Neighborhood: Grab dessert in the form of a gooey, oven-fresh molten cake from Hot Cakes (5427 Ballard Ave NW), which offers a handful of vegan options alongside its dairy cakes.