How To Get Head in a Sushi Bar
At the once-wildly-popular Tomoe Sushi in Greenwich Village, the list of special appetizers has recently included a copious pile of shrimp heads for $7, as many as two hungry people would want to eat.
The crunch is prodigious, the flavor delectable, and the panko crust as light as dandruff on the shoulders of an astronaut. But beyond the wonderful shrimp heads is a further oddness: They're served--in a near-miraculous act of international fusion--with Mexican guacamole. If you're like me and my companion, you'll find yourself eating the heads and the very garlicky guac separately.
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