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Kosher sushi and Italian classics may not seem like a match made in heaven, but at Miami Beach's Prime Sushi, somehow it works. The unlikely ethnic duo provide enough options to please any palate. From the Ginsa (baked-salmon topped California roll $13.95) and the Miami Beach (tuna, salmon, masago, avocado on top with eel sauce and shredded coconut $12.95) to veggie lasagna (zucchini, yellow squash, caramelized red onions, spinach, marinara, mozzarella $12.95) and cold smoked salmon pizza (mascarpone, capers, red onions $16.95). Gotta love an odd couple.
The name "Sam's Kosher Restaurant" would make sense. "Moishe's on 41st" I wouldn't have a problem with.Here we go with the names.I'm sorry, Mr. I've-heard-it-all-before, but I still say "Prime Sushi" doesn't sound right for a kosher restaurant.They serve sushi -- what else should they call it? Would Prime Kosher Raw Fish maybe be better for you? Their special roll of tuna, salmon, whitefish, avocado, cucumber, and that meshuga crab happens to be delicious. And the crunchy, spicy... More »
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