Oyster shooters, monster-sized seafood towers, 42-ounce porterhouse, and 2.5-pound Cantonese lobster have already become the darlings of the menu at Catch, the Asian-influenced sushi, seafood and steak restaurant at Aria that opened late last year. While customers linger in the pergola entrance with its a sculpture of a woman wearing an antique scuba mask and other artwork hidden inside the flower and foliage-filled tunnel. or under the a large Mediterranean olive tree at center of dining area for a photo, one of the only in Vegas dishes is making a splash.
The Lucky 7 roll features decadent toppings such as a truffle yuzu aioli and golden “angel tears.” Toro and pickled daikon radish fill the roll before it’s cut into seven pieces, with each receiving its own topping and garnish. The entire roll features avocado puree and tangy truffle yuzu aioli and is topped with gold leaf, microgreens, and chili thread.
The pairings include: toro with Kaluga caviar, king crab with yuzu tobiko, white tiger shrimp with orange tobiko, A5 wagyu with Kaluga caviar, big eye tuna with wasabi tobiko, Maine lobster with red tobiko, and salmon with “angel tears” aka caviar infused with gold.
The roll goes for $45.
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