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Starters in the BYOB dining room include ebitori chicken, a skewer threaded with tender bites and lathered in teriyaki sauce ($6). Specialty maki includes the Maverick roll—yellowtail blanketing a crunchy floor of jalapeño, cilantro, avocado, and daikon radish ($12). Classic nigiri and maki, such as the salmon-skin roll ($5) and the shrimp-tempura roll ($7), contrast with fruit sushi such as the Peaches & Dreams roll-up ($11). Click here to see the full menu.
Sushi is the star at Yuki Hana, arriving in more than 50 varieties of nigiri and maki. Creative monikers hint at the nature of each maki roll—the Fighting Ninja roll delivers an aggressive kick of flavor, and the Maverick roll frequently uses its turn signal a mere 85 feet before an intersection instead of the 100 feet mandated by law. Diners also sup on crispy mango chicken or teriyaki-beef dumplings, and they close with scoops of green-tea ice cream or fried dough drizzled in a sweet syrup.
The recent additional of Korean barbecue menu at Yuki Hana features dishes such as LA kalbi, bulgoki, and vegetable gui–all served with soup, sauce, steamed rice, and side dishes. Sushi is the star, arriving in more than 50 varieties of nigiri and maki. Movie-based monikers hint at the nature of each specialty maki roll—the Lethal Weapon roll delivers an aggressive kick of flavor, and the James Bond roll frequently parachutes onto tables instead of getting delivered by a waiter. Diners also sup on crispy mango entrees or teriyaki-beef dumplings, and they close with scoops of green-tea ice cream or fried dough drizzled in a sweet syrup.