Sunda

When Sunda opened almost three years ago, the swanky space was always packed with beautiful people, dressed to the nines, and a reservation wasn’t easy to snag. Fortunately for them, not much has changed. But the Asian fusion and sushi restaurant isn’t just a trendy spot with an energetic atmosphere; the food is flawless. It had been quite some time since I’d dined at Sunda, but Friday night’s dinner reminded me how fresh, creative, and mouth-watering their dishes are. There is no doubt they’ve still got it!

My Sunda favorites include the Rock Shrimp Tempura with glazed walnuts and creamy honey aioli, and the Hand Cut Spicy Tuna and Jalapeno atop crispy pan-fried rice. All the dishes are meant to be shared, but I promise, you won’t want to share these.
The Spicy “Tail of Two Tunas” sushi roll melts in your mouth, with the yellowfin and super white tuna combined with jalapeno, spicy mayo and topped with fried shallots.
The Crispy Brussels Sprouts Salad was insane! I loved the Asian take on the Brussels sprout, which has popped up on countless menus in the last few years. The greens are chopped and tossed with chilis, fried shallots, nuoc cham (basically the salad dressng), and minced shrimp.
For the main course, we enjoyed Malay Style Chilean Seasbass prepared with coriander, lemongrass, miso, chilis, with curried cauliflower puree. The flaky fish overly flavored, which was a nice contrast to the mild seabass. As an accompaniment, I slurped up the Longevity Garlic Noodles, which really are as fabulously garlicky as the name implies.

What a tasty meal – it left me craving more!

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