Clean Catch, an upscale fish market in Myers Park, now serves sushi and will soon debut a new sushi bar.
Recently, owner Bill Ryan hired former O-Ku sous chef Jesse Vang to lead Clean Catch’s new sushi program. “The great thing here is that the sushi will be consistent because it’s always me making it,” Jesse explained to me.
Additionally, this upscale Myers Park seafood market will soon begin construction on a new u-shaped sushi bar that’ll be located in the front of the market (smart idea). The 8-10 seat bar will be complete in early 2019.
“It’ll be focused on the Omakase concept – letting the sushi chef decide what to serve,” said owner Bill Ryan. “It’s about the fish. No other sushi bar uses our quality fish.”
It’s pricey, but delicious.
Note: Sushi is currently only served Wednesday through Sunday. Clean Catch is closed on Monday and doesn’t do sushi on Tuesday.
My two favorite Clean Catch specialty sushi rolls:
- Mint-To-Be Roll ($18) – spicy king crab salad, avocado, topped with salmon, olive oil, yuzu kosho, mint leaf and yuzu tobiko
- Myers Park Roll ($15) – Alaskan king crab, cucumber, tuna, salmon, avocado and caviar.