We also ordered 2 other rolls to share but enjoyed the Guru Roll the best. The roll was filled with tuna, avocado and lump crap, flash-baked, then topped with fried garlic and shallots. There was a "fiery" aioli drizzled on the top.
Meh. It was ok. The filling was pretty mushy and bland ... just tasted fishy (obviously). The redeeming qualities of the roll were the fried garlic and shallot pieces. Ryan and I were fighting over those. Not really sure I would count this as a must eat in the top 50 items but there must be a reason the writer placed it on the list.