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Mashiko

Neighborhoods: Junction
Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese, Vegetarian

Mashiko is a Sushi, Japanese, and Vegetarian restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped between 15% to 18%.

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  • 4/25/2015

    A diner from Seattle, WA tried it.

  • 9/07/2013

    A diner from Seattle, WA tried it and liked it.

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jetleigh

 Seattle, WA
 

eclectic, quality Japanese food

This is becoming one of my favorite Japanese restaurants to go to. Their menu is HUGE. It will take a long time for me to try everything on it. But they offer things you can’t find anywhere else in Seattle. It is kind of a funky joint once you look at the menu you’ll see – with sushi rolls with names like The Red Violin, Ultraman, Cheesy Alligator. They serve some hard core Japanese food here – natto and other stuff in the Super Japanese Section of the menu. I recommend making reservations cause the wait on the weekend can be up to an hour.

kansai chirashi

Delicious assortment of fish and other seafood mixed into a flavorful rice.

Atomic Tuna Roll

Delicious spicy tuna and topped with tuna. For tuna lovers!

Onigiri

One of the few restaurant where you can get this in Seattle. And you get to choose what you want in it!

Hitori Musume Sake Shot

A lovely sweet sake.

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webwright

 Seattle, WA
 

Mashiko - Inventive (and not remotely authentic) Sushi

How can you argue with a sushi place whose web address is “www.sushiwhore.com”?

Mashiko serves it up right, although sushi purists might turn their nose up at the menu.

For a guy who lives for interesting eats, I really enjoyed reading their expansive menu. My favorite “feature” was a little icon next to each of the menu items that was a “Mashiko Original”. The sushi rolls definitely ventured well outside of standard japanese flavors with ingredients like chiles, cilantro, and more.

Desserts were also creative, with tempura fried red bean ice cream and tempura apple slices with plum wine sherbet (both were winners, but the latter was the better of the two).

Potstickers

The potstickers were a standout for everyone at the table. You can’t go wrong with a potsticker, but Mashiko goes decidedly right by GRILLING them after the steaming process (rather than the standard panfrying you get with most potstickers).

Tempura Apple with Plum Wine Sherbet

Wow. Just wow. THe tempura was PERFECT. The plum wine sherbet didn’t taste particularly alcoholic (a shame), but was damn tasty nonetheless.

Tags
Sushi Japanese Vegetarian
Tips
  • Chef Hajime Sato can be found teaching cooking classes at Uwajimaya in the International District.
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Hours
Tue-Thu 11:30AM - 02:00PM
Tue-Thu 05:00PM - 09:00PM
Fri-Sat 11:30AM - 02:00PM
Fri-Sat 05:00PM - 09:30PM
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