Walter Quan serves up hot sushi, hot siu mai and wonton, and warm and fuzzy nasu and daikon – but don’t eat these! They’re either too waxy or too fibrous and besides, he hasn’t had FoodSafe training! But you can certainly take these morsels home to add a little whimsy to your decor. Walter has been making sushi candles for 15 years and always enjoys coming back to the Powell Street Festival.
For Sale: Sushi candles, knitted eggplant/Daikon/Kaki, dim sum candles · 寿司キャンドル、ニット（茄子、大根、柿）、飲茶キャンドル