Mi casa es su casa. The Mexican restaurant inside the Silverton now has its own secret Asian restaurant within. Su Casa just opened inside Mi Casa Grill Cantina with a menu that reflects its mix of Latin and Asian flavors. Ceviche, poke bowls, sashimi, and nigiri show up along with sushi burritos, sushi rolls, and ramen. The bar features sakes, Asian beers, and the coconut-infused Osaka Painkiller or the spiked Hokkaido Peach Tea.
Diners can order the Su Casa roll with eel, tuna, avocado, cucumber, unagi sauce, and chipotle aioli or the lobster-crab diablo with spicy lobster, crab, and habanero-avocado crema.
Poke bowls feature ahi tuna or yellowtail, and combine the two with the Big Island with yellowtail, spicy tuna, guacamole, cilantro, pickled red onions, cabbage, wonton strips, and Romaine lettuce.
The Get In My Belly ramen dish features a soft boiled egg, char siu pork, applewood smoked bacon, bean sprouts, sesame seeds, and toasted seaweed. An oysters section of the menu includes shooters with habanero-infused tequila, atomic cocktail sauce, and a Blue Point oyster, or the fried oysters Rockefeller with cornmeal dusted fried oysters, creamed spinach, smoked-bacon crème fraîche, and crispy bacon bits. Diner can also order oysters on the half shell.
Some of the specialty cocktails include the Red Dragon with Absolut lime vodka, Funkin’ lychee purée, Torani pomegranate syrup, and lime juice and the Osaka Painkiller with Suntory Toki Japanese whiskey, cream of coconut, pepper infused orange juice, and pineapple juice.
Chef Shayne Galan, formerly of Hikari Japanese Steak House, leads the kitchen.
Su Casa, Silverton, 702-263-7777. Open Monday through Thursday at 4 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 11 a.m.