Chef Yoshi Pintar (formerly of Sushiman) can now be found at Lombardi’s Seafood Cafe (news here) serving up delicious sushi rolls, nigiri, and poke bowls.
He recently served us some off the menu items like the gorgeous chirashi bowl and tuna avocado sushi dish shown here, showcasing his depth of skill with knife carving.
He is an expert at Mukimono which is the traditional Japanese art of decorative garnishing.
Examples of this include carving into skins of fruit and vegetables, as well as carving vegetables (such as daikon, carrot, eggplant) into attractive shapes such as flowers, twists, and fan shapes. His former master was one of the top chefs in Japan.
Visit him soon at:
1888 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789