Who says sushi has to be just a chunk of raw fish surrounded by rice? Ignoring strict convention and focusing on taste, Shinto’s Little Delicious Roll trades boring for bold, spicy and crispy. Sushi rolls aren’t exactly unique, but it’s Shinto’s interpretation that has won this roll plenty of fans and made it one of the restaurant’s most popular menu items. Each piece, all larger than a mouthful (trust us, there’s nothing little about the Little Delicious Roll), is packed with cream cheese, avocado, crab meat and spicy tuna. The whole thing is deep-fried —that’s where the crispy comes in — and served with a spicy mayo and eel sauce. And since it’s still technicallysushi, we’re just going to pretend it’s still as good for you as the straightforward rice-and-fish variety.17070 Pearl Road, Strongsville; (440) 878-3868; shintoexperience.com
Thursday, October 09, 2008 9:21:58 AM by Anonymous
Shinto is by far some of the BEST sushi around. The Little Delicious Roll is our favorite. We have it everytime we go. We love the atmosphere of the restuarant. Check it out, you won't be sorry.
Friday, January 14, 2011 5:26:55 PM by ZiZi
we live in NYC and found this roll the best thing to happen to the midwest.