Ranch & Coast Magazine

April 2023

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Sashimi and nigiri with many of the previously mentioned proteins along with striped seabass, eel, and uni (sea urchin) are also available, along with a short list of starters, including edamame, miso soup, beef tataki, and tuna poke. A tight but well-curated sake list (including a pair of cold and warm house sakes) is another source of pride for the Temaki team. Have questions about the rice wine roster, or anything else for that matter? Don't hesitate to engage with youthful staffers who are outgoingly friendly and somehow never look rushed despite servicing a consistently packed house in admirably timely fashion. eir energy further amplifies Temaki's dynamically spirited vibe. Youth, gumption, Pop Rocks, and the world's cutest assassin — it's no wonder the coastal crowd has taken so quickly and fervently to Temaki and its exciting SoCal take on sushi. 760.704.8888, temakibarsushi.com Service: Timeliness: Ambience: Culinary Innovation: Food Quality: Sake List: Value: Golden Forks OPPOSITE TOP An original art installation features Rob Machado Surfboards and a vibrant, hand-painted mural designed in collaboration with artist Todd DiCiurcio OPPOSITE BOTTOM Yellowtail Specialty Sashimi TOP LEFT Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice paired with Junmai Ginjo sake BOTTOM LEFT Three-piece hand roll set of yellowtail, spicy tuna, and scallops paired with Soto, Super Premium Junmai Daiginjo sake BELOW Temaki Executive Sushi Chef Sebastian Sevilla RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE APRIL 2023 53

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