Recently, Emily said she would like to see some more
But back when we did get sushi from there, I often got the shrimp inari: a tofu pouch with shrimp, rice, and an orange sauce that I think is supposed to be spicy (but is not).
As usual, my assumption was idiotic. These shrimp were fantastic. I pan-fried them in a few minutes and they turned out to have just the right amount of crispiness to them. The breading had a slight amount of heat (by no means "hot & spicy" as the packaged claimed, but that's no surprise) and the shrimp were meaty.
They weren't very good. The pastry shell wasn't bad, but the interior was disappointing. The package claims lobster meat, shrimp, cream cheese, celery and onions. I did not taste any of those things.
(Just this second I asked Elizabeth for an adjective to describe the insides of the empanadas. "Seafood mush," she replied. )
One of these days I'll getting around to battering and frying my own shrimp again. It's been years since I've done that, but they were always well-received.