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What to eat in Kasoku?

For lovers of sushi and Japanese food, Kasoku offers a wide variety of dishes that satisfy the most demanding palates. Here we collect some of the most popular dishes for those undecided who want to play it safe.

For maki lovers, this Unagi roll will be ideal to please the most demanding palates, since its eel cover and kabayaki sauce take you to a moment of ecstasy until you discover the center of avocado and cream cheese to put the cherry on the cake. to that explosion of flavors.
Salmon Lover
For those who want more, the recommendation is the Salmon Lover, maki stuffed with avocado, cream cheese and asparagus. Covered with glazed salmon with spicy dressing, cilantro mayonnaise and lemon peel to take your craving to another level.
An order contains 2 pieces, which may contain protein from white fish, shrimp, eel, tuna or salmon. In addition to being delicious, they are extremely attractive to the eye. The perfect dish for those who want to experience new adventures.
This dish is perfect for those looking for low-calorie options without sacrificing flavor. The Sashimi can be tuna or salmon, it is marinated with house sauce, and is accompanied by a Wakame salad.
Tuna tataki
Another low calorie option is the Tataki. Seared tuna with a mixture of chilies, avocado mousse and a fresh Wakame salad.
If your craving is a lot, the varieties of Bowls are for you. Here you can choose between the Ebi Bowl with shrimp tempura and tampico; the Vegetarian Bowl or the Salmon or Spicy Tuna Bowl.

These are just some of the examples of all the dishes you can find in Kasoku.

Eat and relax while enjoying the view from the sophisticated pool with avant-garde design.

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