Bad sushi– the ridiculously as-big-as-my-hands portions. Bad sushi– consisting of 4% hard rice, 6% shoddy slabs of fish, and 90% imitation crab meat (that, let’s face it, is most likely the pulverized remains of anything but crab). Bad sushi– the too cheap to be good sushi– are my guilty pleasures. This is what puts me in a disgracefully delicious food coma as it’s inexpensive and in blown up servings. This is a prime example of being seduced by quantity over quality.
In other words, I ate a lot of bad sushi from Samurai Sushi today. And it was delicious.