Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Flying Sumo Sushi in Park City

We took Max alone (without his siblings!) to Flying Sumo for a sushi birthday dinner out.

TOKYO NACHOS, $17.  This one's a little pricey, but I guess every now and then you can splurge on gyoza chips loaded with yummy mix of textures. Super spicy tuna topped with tobiko and spicy mayo. Cool the fire with some wasabi quac.     
TEMPURA SHRIMP ROLL, $7.  Max's favorite is the tempura fried anything in a roll. Can't go wrong with crunchy shrimp, avocado, cucumber and eel sauce.
MISO SOUP, $3.  Hot brothy miso, tofu, seaweed. Standard, nothing extraordinary.
HAMACHI NIGIRI, $7.  Yellowtail was clean and delicious.
SURF & TURF ROLL, $14.  Tempura fried roll of steak and crab, wasabi mayo, eel sauce. Over-the-top, heavy and weird (and even gross to some), but little boys love it. That eel sauce.
TEMPURA VEGGIE ROLL.  Every roll tastes better with some extra crunch? Kids like crunch.
HALF PIPE BIRTHDAY DESSERT!  Tempura banana, vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, cinnamon, whipped cream. Where did they get Half Pipe? It was way too big, crazy, scary and sloppy. Happy Birthday Max!
Uncle Brian presents Max with the iPod nano and two nano watch bands in true blue and black. Way slick!
Flying Sumo is a fun local choice spot for families with kids at that early dinner hour. Later on it becomes a hip hang-out for locals and everyone else. Prices are steep, yes, but it's standard Park City sushi prices ;'/
When we get home the siblings all show up for more candles on our favorite birthday cake, Cold Stone ice-cream cake in MMMMint Chip. YUMMY! We love you to death, Max! xoxo
Flying Sumo Sushi
(435) 649-5522
838 Park Avenue
Park City, 84060
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