BY Led Black (@Led_Black)
What do you get when you combine Latino cuisine with Japanese cuisine? The answer is Mamasushi. Mamasushi is belting out some serious delicious sushi with Latino flair. Mamasushi is my newest obsession. While they serve traditional sushi rolls the ones that I am addicted to are the ones that boast Latino ingredients such as plantains, fried cheese and longaniza (Dominican sausage). The Mamasushi roll with chicken tempura, bacon and sweet plantains is quite simply a revelation. By the way, don’t miss the outstanding cocktails. Thank me later.
See below for the first installment of La Esquina Con Ford featuring Mamasushi. Elizabeth Ortiz and I produced the video and Emmanuel Abreu deftly executed the shooting, editing and sound. Enjoy!
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