Spicy Tuna Still Rules at G Sushi

Digest On the Menu

February 6, 2011

Story By: Dining Out Team |

There’s a buzz going around town as sushi fanatics have been raving about G Sushi at Market City Shopping Center. A kaiten-style sushi establishment (“kaiten” is defined as sushi served on a revolving conveyor belt), G Sushi has kicked it up a notch by offering sushi on floating boats as they pass by diners’ tables.

  • The Spicy Tuna sushi ($2.39) is a top seller at G Sushi.
  • Owner Lisa Yuan is ready to serve guests the best sushi and bentos in town.
  • G Sushi's Dino Roll ($2.89) is hand-crafted with spicy tuna, avocado, cucumber, crab meat, mayo and green onion.
  • The Hamachi Sashimi ($3.99) is popular among loyal customers at G Sushi.
  • The Combination Bento ($5.99) features chicken yakitori and ebi tempura.
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But aside from the cool delivery service, customers love the fact that they are guaranteed quality sushi at reasonable prices.

Although there is a plethora of sushi to choose from, owner Lisa Yuan says the Spicy Tuna sushi ($2.39) is undoubtedly the top seller of the bunch. Hand-crafted with Maguro, rice, mayo and hot spices, the ahi is minced, thus adding to the smooth and rich taste of the fish.

Yuan also highly recommends the eatery’s specialty rolls, including the Spider Roll ($5.99) and the Dino Roll ($2.89). The Spider Roll showcases a bite-size array of soft-shell crab, avocado, mayo, cucumber, radish, sprouts and masago. The Dino Roll, accepted by many spicy tuna enthusiasts, consists of spicy tuna, avocado, cucumber, crab meat, mayo and green onion.

In the mood for fresh sashimi? The Hamachi (yellow tail) Sashimi ($3.99) and Maguro ($3.99) also are among the most highly requested items.

Yet sushi isn’t the only thing on the menu that works up an appetite. The Ebi Tempura Udon, Donburi, Spring Rolls, Edamame and more are readily available to cure any cravings. Don’t forget the bento options for $5.99 as well.

The Combination Bento is a popular choice as well, offering pieces of savory chicken yakitori and ebi tempura. All bentos are served with rice, furikake, deep-fried gyoza, fishcake and takuan. And save some room for dessert, as the Peanut Butter Mochi with Kinako ($2.39) is worth every bite.

Lastly, if you fail to see exactly what you want on the boats, you can order straight off the menu and the chefs will be more than happy to prepare your meal to order.

G Sushi

  • Where
    • Market City Shopping Center
    • 2919 Kapiolani Boulevard #23
    • Honolulu, HI 96826
  • Call
    • (808) 732-9661
  • Hours
    • 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
    • Sunday – Thursday
    • 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
    • Fridays and Saturdays

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