Chefs enfold raw and cooked seafood into rolls and create veggie and dessert variations, such as a tempura-cheesecake roll with fried oreos
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California Rollin's crew of nimble-fingered sushi slingers prepare fresh sushi rolls and 70 cooked comestibles to populate an extensive Americanized menu. Raw delicacies include the hamachi maki, which corrals lemon-kissed yellowtail and scallions, and the cooked Cinema roll, whose shrimp and avocado add a cool complement to the tangy crunch of onion rings. The Leviathan roll ensconces bites of eel and cucumber inside another rolled layer of tempura shrimp and seaweed salad. Patrons can accompany each meal with with unique dessert rolls such as the tempura-cheesecake roll with a fried Oreo and draughts of hot sake, the traditional Japanese beverage made from fermented rice.
I'm not a sushi nthusiast but my girlfriend is so we go here occasionally. I understand it's really good sushi though the atmosphere is half warehouse half diner. Too hipster by half for my preferences, but as I said, she loves that raw fish.