Food

Ka Sushi

When I heard Ka Sushi was serving Japanese pancakes, I immediately made Sunday brunch reservations. If you’ve been on Instagram in the last year, you’ve probably seen videos of these fluffy, bouncy, lighter-than-air soufflé hotcakes in your feed. I hoped Ka Sushi’s pancakes would mimic that, but they turned out to be a thicker version of American pancakes. They were dense and a little dry; nothing really like the Japanese pancakes I hoped they’d be, but they were cute and make for a great photo. They come with pork wings, maple syrup, and Sriracha syrup to make the dish a bit more interesting.

I also ordered the Avo Baked, a halved avocado filled with bacon, a yolk-porn worthy egg, and furikake. I enjoyed this more than the pancakes.

It was too early for me to eat sushi, but my husband ordered a few nigiri pieces. He noted that some were a lot better than the others, but overall he enjoyed the sushi and would return for more.

Ka Sushi
1901 N Shepherd Dr #1
Houston, TX 77008

Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings, plain maple syrup and Sriracha syrup
Japanese pancakes with pork wings
Japanese pancakes with pork wings
Avo Baked
Avo Baked
Avo Baked yolk porn
Avo Baked yolk porn
Nigiri + Avo Baked
Nigiri + Avo Baked
Nigiri - Saba, Sake-toro, Hotate, Kampachi, Ikura, Unagi
Nigiri – Saba, Sake-toro, Hotate, Kampachi, Ikura, Unagi
Unagi
Unagi

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