(Crunchy Roll) ~$5.00
This sushi roll is not on the regular menu but you can find it on their Specials list. At first glance, you’d think this sushi roll would be overpowering with all the dressings thats over it. But once you take a bite into a piece, your mouth dances in excitement! The sauces that were dripped onto the sushi are tasty and not that strong. And the crunchy bits that are sprinkled over the top add a nice contrasting texture to the softness of the sushi. The Crunchy Roll is quite large too. There are five pieces to this roll but each piece is about the size of two regular sized sushi pieces. This roll makes a great appetizer and is probably one the best among the other sushis that Chopstix offers.
This sushi was only okay in my opinion. Theres nothing that sticks out in my memory about this one except that it was edible. It was almost the same price as the crunchy roll but definitely wasn’t as worth the price as the first roll.
(Udon Tempura) $6.25
Lynn: I ordered Shrimp Tempura Udon soup. The broth was so-so and even though I love the taste of udon noodles, this was not the place to satisfy my cravings. I was very much disappointed in the whole soup experience here and wished I had ordered chicken katsu or something else instead.
(Over Rice Chicken Katsu-Don!!) $6.75
It is deep-fried chicken with an egg omelet (made with a variety of vegetables) over a slightly sweet tasting rice. It is served with miso soup and salad. And my friend got the seasonal specialty, Hiyashi Ramen cold noodles ($7.75). “Limited time only!” It includes imitation crab, seaweed, egg, cucumber, corn, chicken & bean sprouts with a vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, etc. dressing.
Don’t let the pictures fool you. The Chicken Katsu-Don has plenty of rice in that bowl. I came with an empty stomach yet I was only able to finish half that bowl. And all the noodles in the Hiyashi Ramen are hidden under the vegetables, egg, crab mix.
4633 Convoy St
San Diego CA 92111