Washington, DC (June 3, 2014) – Acclaimed Chef Richard Sandoval’s lively neighborhood restaurant, Masa 14, is pleased to introduce sushi and Japanese-inspired dishes to its Latin-Asian inspired menu.
Under the direction of newly appointed Chef de Cuisine Felipe Milanes, the new sushi options are now available, and will be available nightly throughout the restaurant in addition to the full la carte menu. Guests can look forward to Kimchee-Miso Soup with tamago, tofu, wakame, and gochujang; Spicy Tuna Nachos with won ton, cotija cheese, and salsa picante; Spicy Tuna Bakuchiku Roll with gobo, avocado, yuzu kosho, and sweet chile; Rainbow Tropico Roll with tuna, hamachi, salmon, avocado and a mango-papaya salsa; Seared Salmon Roll with avocado, crab stick, masago, tamago, and bonito flake; Scorpion Roll with prawn tempura, avocado, sesame-chipotle mayo, eel sauce and tobiko, as well as the Golden Eel Roll with tamago, avocado, cucumber and a maple- miso sauce. Prices range from $5 to $14 each.
Other new additions for summer on Chef Milanes’ a la carte menu include Korean Spiced White Tuna, Scallop Crudo, Salmon and Hamachi Ceviche, and Korean Short Ribs to name a few new dishes. Prices range from $9 to $14.
Masa 14 is located at 1825 14th Street, NW, 20009. And they have a great rooftop!