Last year we marked the hundred day countdown to Best of Phoenix by sharing our 100 Favorite Dishes with you. Now we're back - with the 2011 edition. Have a suggestion for a dish you'd like us to try? Leave it in the comments section or email firstname.lastname@example.org
82: The Dragon Roll from
We'll be the first to admit that omakase is the best way to truly experience the delicate art of sushi, but while chef's choice is well and good, it can be a bit extravagant when the run-of-the-mill craving strikes. When we get a hardcore hankerin' for unagi, we jet off to Stingray Sushi for the Dragon Roll and a cup of warm sake amid the bright, bamboo-bedecked décor.
The Dragon Roll was jam packed with fresh shrimp and cucumber sticks, and topped with colorful avocado slices and bbq'ed eel arranged to look like the scales of a dragon. This pretty, jewel-toned roll was plenty enough to satisfy our cravings.
Domo arigato, Stingray Sushi!
Miss a dish?
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99: Golden Gazpacho from Rita's Kitchen
98: The Med Plate from La Bocca
97: Cash Sandwich from Main Ingredient Ale House
96: Sonoran Hot Dog from Nogales Hot Dogs
95: Fattoush Salad from Al-Hana Restaurant at Baiz Market
94: Croissant from Essence Bakery Cafe
93: Funghi Pizza from The Parlor
92: Baynchaiv Crepes from Sekong by Night
91: Caldo de Res from Pitic
90: Slice of Pepperoni Pizza from Mamma Mia
89: Hot Bollix Spicy Potato Balls from Rula Bula
88: Chicken Lo Mein from Desert Jade
87: Spicy Broccoli from FnB
86: Barra Vieja Shrimp from Mucho Gusto
85: Wild Mushroom Ravioli from Merc Bar
84: Cochinta Pobil from Taberna Mexico
83: Filet and Crab Cake from Cheuvront
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