I have been a huge fan of How Do You Roll? for sometime now and I am happy to see them successfully grow their wonderful business. How Do You Roll? offered customers a sneak peek of their soon to be released menu a few weeks ago. The creative menu consisted of both traditional offerings with a twist and some creative new plates. Chef Amir Hajimaleki and owner Yeun Yung were at the Arbor Walk location greeting customers and seeking feedback as they finalize the new menu. I was impressed with the tasting and look forward to the new menu which will launch in early 2015.
|Yellowtail Lettuce Wraps|
If you are looking for something on the lighter side you will enjoy the Yellowtail Lettuce Wraps. This dish consists of delicate cuts of hamachi mixed with fresh avocado, sliced jalapenos, cilantro and a refreshing ponzu dressing.
The first roll I tasted was the BLT. This savory roll has crab, salty bacon topped with fresh pico de gallo (this may change to traditional tomatoes) drizzled with a delicious creamy miso sauce.
|Great Atlantic Roll|
The richly flavored Great Atlantic roll has oven-baked salmon topped with a crunchy tempura and drizzled with a teryaki sauce that I found to taste similar to eel sauce.
|Buckwheat Soba Noodles|
I typically find noodle dishes too heavy but I found How Do You Roll? new soba dish both pleasantly light and satisfying. How Do You Roll? Buckwheat Soba Noodles were perfectly cooked and had some wonderful flavors from fresh pico de gallo, sprouts and sesame seeds.
I consider myself more of a traditionalist when it comes to sushi but let me tell you their sushi burrito did not disappoint! This decadent burrito is full of flavorful tuna, fresh slices of avocado, edamame, fresh pico, perfectly cooked rice all bundled up in a flour tortilla. Make sure to dip this bad boy into the wasabi aioli that is served on the side.
The Salmon Poke is a Hawaiian inspired dish with fresh salmon and a delightful mix of red onions, lettuce, edamame and fresh sprouts with your choice of rice. This simple yet delicious blend of ingredients packs some punch.
|Sushi Bao Buns|