5 Reasons You Should Try the Sushi at Backwater Jack's

Lots of people get themselves back to Backwater Jack's year after year for a taste of that delicious Coastal cuisine with a Midwestern flair that we're famous for. Lots of you don't yet realize that we now serve the best sushi at the Lake of the Ozarks out by the pool too! 



You don't find a lot of places that serve sushi in the lake are, and we're willing to bet you won't find anyone that serves sushi that tastes as incredible as ours. Just in case you haven't had the pleasure of trying Backwater Jack's Sushi & Asian Grill yet, here are five great reasons why you should. 

Take Your Taste Buds on a Trip
Seafood is a popular menu choice at the Lake of the Ozarks. When you go the non-traditional seafood route for our neck of the woods and order sushi, it's like letting your taste buds travel beyond our mid-Missouri borders. The dishes we serve are everything you would expect from a fine Japanese restaurant plus more!

The culinary artists of Jina Yoo's Asian Bistro out of Columbia, MO, are in charge of the sushi kitchen, and they are experts in this type of cuisine. Enjoy the beauty that is the Lake of the Ozarks with your eyes, but close them, take a bite of our sushi, and pretend like you've traveled to Japan, if only for a moment!   


It's a Healthy Choice
Sushi is an excellent source of the Omega 3 fatty acids that most people don't get enough of in their regular diet. Omega 3's provide neurological and cardiovascular health benefits, can lower cholesterol, and prevent high blood pressure. The pickled ginger served alongside sushi is great for helping the body fight off viruses, and the wasabi provides Vitamin C and has antibacterial properties. 



There Are LOTS of Choices
Many think that sushi is just raw fish and rice, but that's not always the case. Sushi called Sashimi is raw fish, and if you add rice under it, it's called Nigiri. We serve both of those types of sushi, plus lots and lots more! We have simple rolls that are staples on most sushi restaurant menus and signature rolls that combine unique ingredients in our own special way. 

As a matter of fact, some of our dishes bring in a bit of that Midwestern flair we like to add to some of our menu items. For example, the Redneck Roll isn't a typical Japanese recipe. This unique roll is made of roasted beef, green beans, cream cheese, jalapeno potato chips, and roasted garlic aioli! We also serve a nice variety of appetizers, fried rice, noodles, and more. Even if someone in your group isn't a sushi fan, they will very likely find something on this menu to make them happy! 



It's Edible Art
Not only does great care go into which ingredients are included in every piece of sushi at our Lake of the Ozarks waterfront restaurant & bar, but we also pay close attention to the way it looks. The presentation of each dish out of the Sushi & Asian Grill looks like a culinary piece of art. Sometimes it's so pretty, you may not want to bite into it. (But it tastes even more amazing, so go ahead and dig in!) 



It's Delicious
The most important reason to try the sushi at Backwater Jack's is the fact that it tastes phenomenal! As we mentioned earlier, with a variety of both classic sushi dishes and a few of our own creations, there's truly something for everyone on the menu. We highly suggest coming back often this summer and trying as much of it as you can!



The next time you are in the mood for seafood, head on over to the Backwater Jack's Sushi & Asian Grill in Osage Beach, located just across the pool from Backwater Jack's main dining room. Be sure to bring your swimsuit too, because with that gorgeous pool right next to you, you're going to want to jump in and stick around for a while! 





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