deli sushi and desserts / miramar


Mary is a San Diego native and has been a food blogger for 11+ years. She is an avid reader, a lover of puppies, and loves trying new food. Foods she loves: sweets, peanut butter, pasta, Triscuit crackers with cream cheese, and extra nuts on top of her sundaes. Food she dislikes: pickles, really spicy food, runny eggs, olives, and too much arugula.

8 Responses

  1. David says:

    I’m here! I’m here! *catches breath*

    If my review had to be the size of a 140-character tweet – which is something Mary and I totally joke about doing for realsies – it would be as follows:

    “You get what you pay for. $3 rolls yes, $6 maybe. Green tea shouldn’t have milk. EDM is not good for digestion. Wish I tried the dessert.”


  2. What is it with these warehouse spaces trying to be restaurants. I was recently at some hipster coffee joint on the outskirts of Little Italy and it had that cavernous feel. The seaweed salad I’ve tried before looked liked yours – some bits are practically a fluorescent green! That green tea drink looked like a slushy. Sorry it sucked.

    I can’t do twitter, haha. I’m too verbose.

    • mary says:

      Hi CC – I have no idea. Why can’t they just make a ceiling? I forgot to mention in my post they were also playing club-like music. God, I did not like that drink. I didn’t even finish it! I tried, since I paid for it, but I just couldn’t do it.

      I can see your imaginary twitter being full of multiple messages that string together. Heehee.

  3. What? You don’t like tuna either? So you hate pickles and tuna…what else? I am trying to think of what food items I hate.. hmmm other than badly prepared food, I cant think of any right now.

    Avocados make everything better (like corn and sriracha lol). Wow what a bargain. It seems like decent work lunch food…nearby, cheap, edible… that is one thing I don’t miss about working in an office, -scavenging around for a place to eat. I hate work break food. When I didn’t bring lunch, it was often Subway or whatever was cheap and nearby. The costs add up to eat mediocre food regularly. So that is one thing I actually love about working in a kitchen….I don’t ever have to pay to eat my meals. The sad part is when we are too busy to even eat on some nights. But having access to whatever food items is not so bad.

    • mary says:

      I also hate rye bread. And black licorice. That’s all that comes to mind at the moment, haha. Avocados are the BEST. I feel like I could eat avocado every day and not get sick of it. The best part is that Jake doesn’t like avocado so I get to have ALL of his whenever he gets it with something. YESSSS. The sushi place is decent. It’s cheap at least and good for a quick lunch spot. I’ll probably go back, but I doubt I’d get the “pricy” rolls. 🙂

  4. Faye says:

    I hate it when places only have bottled water. I recently read that this one restaurant in Del Mar is charging .50c/pp for TAP WATER. So I’m wondering if this place does bottle water for water conservation or for profit? Would you pay .50c for tap water though. I wouldn’t 🙁 I’d just eat and then rush home to drink my water there.

    I heard about deli sushi too. I’m always looking for a great deal on sushi but this place kinda reminds me of Sushi Deli. It’s cheap but there’s not much substance to it. I’d still try it out though b/c maybe there’s something on the menu that might be ‘hey not too bad for whatever price’.

    I remember a time when I hated avo. Not sure why . Now I want it on everything.

    • mary says:

      That much be some special freakin tap water to charge 50 cents a person for it! Do they import it from Oregon?? (They have the best tap water which is really just run-off mountain water, geez). I’m pretty sure they did it for profit, since otherwise they’d have to buy cups to serve the water in and they only use disposables for serving the food. I’m bringing my own water in the future. Jake doesn’t like avocado but he’ll eat it if necessary. I just read an article that said eating 1 avocado a day is good for you to help lower cholesterol, which is just going to fuel my avocado obsession.

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