- Alaskan roll: salmon, avocado and cucumber (bottom row of rolls).
- Hot maki: shrimp tempura and avocado inside, topped with tuna, jalapeno and a special sauce (middle row).
- White swan: spicy yellowtail, tempura flakes, caviar and white tuna (top row).
We agreed our favorite was the hot maki, but really, they were all quite good. We thought the rice was a little stickier or softer than it usually is and usually should be. The flavors of the rolls, however, outweighed the texture of the rice.
One thing I liked about Ginza is that you have a choice between regular soy sauce and lighter-sodium soy sauce. I hadn't seen that at other sushi restaurants. The service was very good, and the server came back often to check on us. The food seemed really reasonable, too--our total bill, before the Groupon, was $45 for the shumai, three rolls and two big Japanese beers. Not bad! I can't wait to go back and try more.