Who doesn’t love a good Moscow mule? The folks at Yuki Yama Sushi make a Thai version that, with this recipe, you can recreate at home. This classic sushi restaurant has both traditional and cutting-edge, Japanese-inspired small plates that are perfect for sharing. If you’re craving something filling, try the homemade ramen, which takes more than a day to develop its traditional flavor. The restaurant specializes in melding exotic flavors and ingredients – like Big Fin Reef Squid and Live Geoduck Clam, but you can also enjoy simpler dishes, such as pot stickers, tempura and chicken karaage. It all pairs well with the Thai mule. Don’t forget to buy some copper mugs before you make it at home!
- 1 1/2 ounces Ketel One Vodka
- 1 1/2 ounces Momokawa Silver Sake
- Juice of 1/2 lime
- 5 mint leaves
- 6 ounces Cock 'n Bull Ginger Beer
- Lemon grass stalk, for garnish
- Shake first 4 ingredients in a shaker with ice, then pour into a copper mug.
- Add ginger beer and stir.
- Garnish with a fresh lemon grass stalk.
PORK RAMEN: Kurobuta pork belly, green onion, poached egg, kamaboko (fish cake), house-made ramen broth
MR. MIYAGI: Snow crab, Yellowtail rolled in avocado, topped with tuna poke and eel sauce
GREEN HORNET: spicy tuna, tempura shishito peppers, avocado, topped with a cilantro-jalapeno aioli
WAGYU BRUSCHETTA: seared wagyu zabuton, pork butter, truffle ponzu, arugula, shaved parmesan
KABOCHA AND RED CRAB GYOZA: house-made pot stickers with roasted kabocha squash and red crab knuckles, miso butter sauce
YUKI YAMA SUSHI
Authentic Japanese cuisine and sushi bar
Lunch 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. daily, dinner nightly 5-9:30 p.m. | 586 Main St.
435.649.6293 | yukiyamasushi.com