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Oh Yay, There You Are

I wasn't sure if you were going to click there, or if I was going to be here, but hey, here we are.  Remember on the last page when I talked about the thought we are having about having an Asian inspired brunch to go along with being the best sushi restaurant in Tyler because I had to say it again?  Yeah, well, have you ever heard or a Tornado Omelette?  Check this lil thing out.

This Tornado Omelette was so Good
Furikake Tornado Omelette

It's not hard to see why it's called a best sushi in, wait a second, sorry, force of habit.  It's not hard to see why it's called a Tornado Omelette.  The one on the right has seaweed, sesame, and some Asian spices that make it look like a tornado that hit something on the way.  Underneath it is some pretty tasty fried rice.  Combined, they make a pretty amazing combination.  Wanna know what didn't make for an awesome combination?  Adding the spicy sunrise sauce to it.  I know, you think I'm joking, but, right, you already looked below this and saw it.

Tornado Omelette with Furikake seasoning on top.

Yeah, it tasted about as amazing as it looks.  If it looks like the combination of sweet and hot Strawberry, peppers, and spices on egg could be one of the unsung deadly sins.  Yeah, this would fit that.  But hey, how are you going to find out what works and what doesn't. Remember, someone at some time in the history of the planet decided they were gonna try to eat that thing that came out of a Chicken's South Face.  Not only that, but I doubt they got it right the first time.  So yeah, there's a visual we don't need.  Anywhooo.  How about some more pictures?

The Avalanche Roll
are you threatening me
everyone was busy delivering great food
pretty hand rolls
We didn't name this one yet
Great Miso Soup
Shaggy Dog Before it was Pretty
Better as an Avalanche Sushi Roll
Raw Oysters on the Half Shell

Oh, So, Spoiler Alert

Literally, as I am sitting here writing this and trying to think if I can get the best sushi in Tyler on this page three times, Jimmy and his brother in law Chen are downstairs pulling the bar apart to re-arrange it.  Why did that picture remind me?  Because we are going to have Oysters on the Half shell as well as a fully kicked up bar experience.  

What do I mean kicked up?  I mean literally, the bar is going to be more of a social hang out like bars used to be.  Of course we have to do it in style.  Instead of peanuts, or stale pretzels, we are going to have complimentary Edemame, both plain and garlic spicy.  Here, these:

Spicy Garlic Edamame
Edamame

They look good right?  Oh, wait until you taste them.  However, on top of that, we are going to have our fresh oysters on display for you to choose from and then pick however you want them.  Want them in an oyster shooter?  You got it.  How about Japanese style with Ponzu, Masago, chopped green onions, and a dash of Sriracha?  Heck, even if you just want em with some crackers and a selection of hot sauces that range from glorified ketchup to a bottle that has a bomb on it that I'm pretty sure thinking about it late at night when I am writing this, would actually offend the very people we made it inspired by.  Hmmm, maybe we don't need to have that actual bottle here.  But then again, hopefully being the best sushi in Tyler will make up for any level of insensitivity that anyone feels because of our oversite.

Anyway, for right now, we'll call this good, say the best sushi in tyler one more time, and I can't wait to be eating these oysters.  Look for me, I'll be the one running to the back door after grabbing a plate of the tasty bi-valves.

If you know you know.

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