100 Favorite Dishes: No. 72 -- Mushroom in Tin Foil at Marumi Sushi

As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2011, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to food@browardpalmbeach.com

No. 72: Mushroom in Tin Foil at Marumi Sushi

The first time we went to Marumi Sushi, our attention was immediately drawn to the small plates and side dishes portion of the menu. Scanning for something different to try, we saw "Mushroom in Tin Foil". Rather nondescript, this could be a number of things. How is it prepared? Is it just one giant mushroom? We decided to take a gamble that would become an addiction!

Peeling back the neatly folded tinfoil, steam escapes and we breathe in the scent of a variety of mushrooms. Enoki, white button, shiitake, portabella, and chanterelle mushrooms sit in a golden pool of butter sauce. The sauce has hints of citrus and sake, brightening up the earthy, meaty mushrooms. 

The portion is just right, and would even make a good lunch accompanied with some of Marumi's crispy bok choy.

Previous 100 favorite dishes:

No. 73: Tapas Sharing Platter from Johnny V
No. 74: Cherry Crunch Donut from Dandee Donut Factory
No. 75: Brussel Sprouts from Cafe La Buca
No. 76: Linguine Vongole from Il Bellagio 
No. 77: Housemade Charcuterie from Market 17
No. 78: Crab Benedict at the Downtowner Saloon
No. 79: The Aileen Special from Undergrounds Coffeehaus
No. 80: Insalata Caprese from Fiorentina
No. 81: Angus and Brie Burger from Gilbert's 17th Street Grill
No. 82: Pulled Pork Sliders from Gratify American GastroPub
No. 83: Fagottini al Tartufo Bianco e Nero From Apicius Ristorante e Enoteca
No. 84: Guacamole from Dos Caminos
No. 85: Rock Shrimp from Bahama Mama
No. 86: The Grease Beast from Grease Burger

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