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Rock 'n' Sake

823 Fulton St. (Julia St.) Send to Phone
504-581-7253 | Menu
One of the city’s oldest sushi places still does it right.
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Rock 'n' Sake Restaurant Review

: To say Rock ‘n’ Sake is upbeat and fun would be an understatement. The restaurant hit its stride when the sushi craze first reached New Orleans in the 1990s, and a visit today can seem equal parts nostalgia and adventure. The interior is woody, colorfully lit and casual all the way. Fresh fish and a good selection of rolls overshadow whatever non-food-related quirks the restaurant displays. The rolls even get into the dessert act; how about a panko-crusted, flash-fried PBJ roll riding atop a pool of honey-infused grape jelly? Tempura cheesecake and tempura ice cream round out the sweet set. Beer, wine and saké are quaffs. There is an extensive take-out menu, and one that’s very in-theme (no chicken fingers) for “Small Samurai.” Have a drink in the Kai lounge, indulge in small plates (try the sushi deviled eggs), share some sushi and sashimi, and buy the “sake-sushi-saints” T-shirt on the way out. Also located at 3043 Perkins Rd., Ste. A, Baton Rouge, 225-615-7940.

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