- $13 for $20 worth of sushi and Japanese cuisine
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In one sense Goldfish is a new restaurant, having opened under that name only in November 2014. In another, it's already a local institution. The space previously held Mochi Kitchen, then Ku's Sushi, but in each case the change of ownership was less a takeover than the passing of a torch and some customer-favorite recipes.
Rolls are the primary draw at Goldfish, their fillings ranging from simple tuna to the Louisiana Roll's combo of spicy tempura crawfish, avocado, and two kinds of hot sauce. But the artistry of longtime sushi-scene vets Jakim and Pungram also appears in such showy entrees as the chirashi, a colorful display of sashimi and fish eggs served atop a bed of rice. And then there's the hot stuff, including traditional chicken katsu and an inventive jalapeño fried-rice dish.