Editorial Review of
Harney Sushi Oceanside
Much like the original location in Old Town, Harney Sushi's Oceanside location offers a menu of fine seafood-inspired appetizers, entrees and innovative rolls. There are over 35 roll unique to choose from at Harney Sushi, each one created by a dedicated restaurant regular. Specialty rolls from the Harney kitchen include the Miso Harney with eel, cream cheese and avocado, tempura fried to perfection and covered in eel sauce and sesame seeds, the Bomb James Bomb - a tempura fried cali roll with cream cheese, topped with spicy scallop, spicy mayo and eel sauce, and more favorites like the Afterburner and the Dank Roll. Entrees include Teriyaki Beef or Chicken, Chicken Katsu, and Unagi Don - baked, B-B-Q eel served over rice and smothered with eel sauce. Harney Sushi is also home to San Diego’s only sake bar, giving customers over 40 bottles to choose from. The addition of sake into the full bar will help add some spice into the usual bottle service experience.
Located just two blocks from the Oceanside Pier in the recently completed Oceanside Terraces development, Oceanside Harney shares the same ultra-hip vibe of the Old Town Harney, but laced with an elegant new feel and a modern eco-friendly design from Bluemotif Architecture. The 3,500 square-foot interior and 425 square-foot patio offers seating for 155 and includes both sake and sushi bars, a VIP room, built in DJ booth, 600-gallon fish tank, waterfall backdrop, and an ethanol fireplace. Ample street parking is available at the corner of Mission Avenue and Cleveland Street directly across from the restaurant.
What's New: Harney Sushi is now the first sustainable sushi restaurant in San Diego and only one of a handful in the nation. Harney knows that what you eat matters, recently cleansing thier menu of harmful ingredients that put our ocean in danger. Instead, they're making seafood that matters, benefitting both the ecosystem and our health.