Lantana, FL 33462-3257
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Connoisseurs belly up to the bar here at odd hours, like old barflies with the DTs. But it's the wahoo, not the whiskey, they're hankering for, and they'll take it straight, no chaser. Tucked into a corner on sleepy Ocean Avenue, Sushi Bon has lots of room for its many fans. Serious sushi junkies turn up almost exclusively for the blackboard specials: triggerfish or octopus sashimi, wild salmon roll, fresh toro, local grouper, tilefish grilled with miso, grilled hog snapper, or that same hog stuffed into a fried tempura roll with mayonnaise - the Japanese take on the Florida fish sandwich.
Tips from foursquare
Sushi junkies look no further! Triggerfish! Grouper! Wahoo! Tilefish! Yum! So fresh!
The JB Deluxe is yummy.. Wasn't a big fan of the lobster tempura
The scallop tempura was great s well s everything else, and that you know it's fresh everyday makes it even better!
Coming from a sushi loving vegetarian, it is amazing but a veggie roll is always good. My fiancé won't eat anywhere else. Says it's the freshest fish you can get and recommends spicy hogfish.
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