Stingray Sushi

Restaurant in Scottsdale

Sushi Restaurant

Stingray is the original “hip” Scottsdale Sushi joint; serving up Latin infused Japanese cuisine and speciality cocktails for almost a decade.

With a décor dripping in monochromatic orange to strategically make your mouth water, it is a good thing that the menu will satisfy your every craving.

Portions are fit for a Godzilla size appetite… literally. The Godzilla Roll, one of Stingray’s signature creations (over 2 inches in diameter!) is filled with shrimp tempura, soft shell crab, crab mix, spicy tuna, avocado and cucumber, wrapped up in green soy paper.

Favorites such as the Stingray Roll, crab mix topped with freshly chopped cilantro and jalapeno and server with sweet chilli sauce, or the Cabo Blanco Roll, stuffed with salmon, spicy crab mix, avocado, cucumbers and topped with halibut, pico de gallo, and a creamy ponzu sauce, will have you wishing for more room in your tummy.

The Hamachi Ceviche and Vegetable Tempura get rave reviews, as does the green tea ice cream fried in a warm tempura batter shell and topped with berry sauce. It’s hard to pass up… trust me I’ve tried.

You can’t make a reservation, but you can enjoy your wait at the bar with a Kimono Dragon, Sinful Orchid, or Tokyo Stock Exchange, just a few of Stingray’s tantalizing libations.

They have two further restaurants that can be found in Biltmore Fashion Square, Phoenix and Scottsdale Quarter, Scottsdale. For more information please refer to their website.

Kendra Ford is a freelance travel writer based in Scottsdale, Arizona

Stingray Sushi on Foodio54

Reviewer's Rating
Cuisine Japanese
Need to book Not necessary
Restaurant good for Couples, Bar scene, Meeting up with friends
Cost per head Medium
Dress Code Smart Casual
Dining Options Dinner, Delivery
Accept Reservations No

Additional Ambience Information

Trendy.

Additional Price Comments

Appetizers from around $4; Salads from $8; Main dishes from $10. Drinks from $3.75 per bottle of beer; from $9 for a cocktail and $19 for 300ml of Sake.

Last updated on 09-09-2013

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