Sushi

Unknown to most people, Sushi does not entirely consist of raw fish!. The word “Sushi” actually refers to Rice, in particular Vinegared Rice. Anything can be used as a topping for the rice, which is normally compressed in to bite sized pieces.

Yes, the most famous of toppings is Raw fish, but you can also use Egg (Omelette), Beef, Vegetables or Fruits.

At our Sushi Bar, we use a wide range of ingredients to make a variety of differnet Sushi. However, the Raw Fish topping proves the most popular, followed by the “Maki´s” (Rolled Sushi), and most notably the “California Roll” (invented no less where the name implies). The California Roll is basically a Futomaki (a large rolled Sushi), where Avacado plays an interesting roll by providing a smooth “feel” next to the crunchy texture of the other ingredients.

Most of our clients opt for a Mixed Sushi as a starter, and we are more than happy to oblige…

Sushi
Above is Small Mixed Sushi consisting of Sea Bass, Gari (pickled Ginger), Salmon, Wasabi (yes, we love that 🙂 ), Tuna and an Avacado Maki…

All washed down with a nicely Chilled Sake…..yummmmy…

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4 thoughts on “Sushi

  1. Unknown to most people, Sushi does not entirely consist of raw fish!. The word “Sushi” actually refers to Rice, in particular Vinegared Rice

    Actually learned something here about Sushi 🙂 Always bluntly assumed Sushi stands for raw fish. Apparantly, the origin is difined wider. Thanks 🙂

  2. Living in the middle of nowhere, there was no sushi place for us to go to. Of course I always thought sushi meant fish too.

    I discovered sushi and oysters two years ago. The rest is history. 🙂

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