A Sushi restaurant in the Inland Empire is hard to get by, more likely; a good one. I must admit, when I first heard of this place I was apprehensive to try it. As much as I love Sushi, I just wasn’t sure. Fish, and the desert in southern California is risky business. However, the restaurant itself was lovely, with a open section where you can see the employees creating Sushi through a glass panel. White chef hats and Traditional chef’s garb, chopping away the salmon. You can opt for a seat on a long bar table to see all the action, or choose a secluded spot in the corner. I ordered to go, I went with a safe bet, which was the California Roll. Now, the roll consists of Crab meat, Avocado, and Cucumbers. Pretty simple, safe and a good reliable choice. Once my order was brought to me in a box, I left and to be honest I wasn’t impressed. Several months later, the opportunity arose to go here again. I went with my family and friends. I came back again, opted for a seat by the window. I realize it was a mistake to just come here all these months ago and order, and to leave in the way I had. I was told to be daring, to select something other than the regular crab meat roll. Which was considered boring among my peers. I had to be adventurous, so I opted for the Philadelphia roll which was Salmon, Cream cheese and avocado. Interesting, and daring I would say. Truth be told, I was a bit scared to try it. Cream cheese in sushi? Not a traditional sushi dish. Everyone at the table got other dishes, the Popcorn Lobster, and the Crunchy Dragon Roll. Now, the Popcorn Lobster is deep fried lobster smothered in creamy delicious sauce to give it flavor, it also comes with Salmon Sushi roll. The Crunchy Dragon roll is Salmon, avocado, shrimp, creamy sauce, and roe. Soon enough, the table filled with huge platters of Sushi, soy sauce, salads, it was a feast to be experienced, enjoyed and savored. I picked up my chopstick, and tried the Philadelphia roll, to my surprise it was fantastic! It tasted like a Bagel with Lox as a topping. Then, my chopstick picked up the Popcorn lobster, flavor explosion would be the term to describe the dish. I fell in love with this delicacy, it was savory, sensual and beyond fantastic. It was now my favorite. But there were more sushi to be had, and that was the crunchy dragon roll. Seasoned with a crunchy topping, it was huge. One bite alone was too much to take in, it was like chowing down a hamburger only much healthier and fishier. Again, more flavor explosion, and no wasabi was added. So scrumptious, I now had another contender vying for my favorite sushi. The list was growing, with each second I was glad that I decided to be daring. The California roll is drab and boring to me now. If you are ever in the area, and fish is on your mind, stop by this place. However, if you cannot come out here. My word of advice to you would be to be daring, be bold, and that goes for any sushi place you go. Who knows, you might like it. You may stick with a favorite, traditional dish and I don’t blame you. All these years, I have done the same, until someone told me to break the tradition. I hope this article does the same for you. Some may love it, some may hate it. But this I know, there are a lot of sushi lovers out there, and I am one of them.