The good news is that there is a lot of paleo-izable things on the menu. I hope you like raw fish! Sushi places usually have the sashimi option of several types of fish (tuna, albacore, salmon, etc.) which means you get the sushi (raw fish) without rice. And, it's actually really good! Tip #6: Sashimi is sushi without the rice. A lot of times, too, sushi restaurants will have some sort of salad with seared ahi (tuna) on top. That's usually a good option as well. Speaking of salads, this takes me back to a few weeks ago, at the beginning of my paleo journey, when I was at a lunch meeting at another sushi place, Masa (menu). My order: Grilled Salmon Salad with dressing on the side The salad was great - I'm still unsure as to exactly how they cooked the salmon - it may have had some questionable condiments, but they were minimal - but it was as close as possible and the salad had great vegetables.
My order: Robata Grill New York Strip, salmon & asparagus Unfortunately they were out of asparagus which I still don't understand. So, I got kale and portabello mushrooms instead. This was my first kale experience, and it was so good.
Ginza Red Menu