D.C.’s First Sushi Food Truck Will Serve Deep Fried Fusion Rolls
But don't expect your average spicy tuna or California rolls. Dajcz's sushi will have some untraditional Latin and Mexican twists. The Argentine says the menu is still in the works, but he won't use much raw fish. Instead, the $8-12 rolls will be filled with tempura and cooked meats. Also expect ingredients like plantains, tomatillo salsa, and several other Latin-inspired sauces.
Craziest of all: You can get any roll deep-fried to order.
So why sushi (especially deep-fried sushi) from a guy whose specialty is chivito sandwiches? "I like challenges," Dajcz says. "When we hit the streets, we see 15 to 20 kabob trucks, pizza, so I'm trying to be more innovative and trying to be the first one."