WHAT'S FOR LUNCH: Ahi Tuna Tower from Om Asian Kitchen - Tucson News Now

WHAT'S FOR LUNCH: Ahi Tuna Tower from Om Asian Kitchen

Source: Om's Facebook page: facebook.com/OMAsianKitchen. Source: Om's Facebook page: facebook.com/OMAsianKitchen.

Ahi Tuna Tower - OM Modern Asian Kitchen 

4 oz sushi rice

4oz diced avocado

4oz diced ahi tuna tossed with toasted sesame seeds, and oil.

topped with soy cilantro gastrique, and a cilantro sprig.

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