Did you say "SUSHI?"
SUSHI.. Did you immediately think of "RAW FISH?"
There is a popular misconception that sushi equals raw fish. Although some sushi combinations use raw fish, there are many others that use an array of ingredients ranging from cooked fish to vegetables. Let us welcome you to the world of sushi! Sushi on the Roll is committed to serving & delivering the freshest and best tasting sushi fresh to you daily.
Preparing sushi becomes an artful craft in the hands of our specially trained sushi chefs. Using fresh and high quality ingredients, they create your sushi into elegant packages so you can feast in both taste and form. The harmonic blend of great taste and nutritional values makes sushi an appealing choice for a meal or a snack. With a clean light taste that doesn't sit heavy in the stomach, sushi is a great alternative to fast food. Try our California Rolls, Spicy Crab, or Vegetable Combinations, if raw fish makes you uneasy!
We welcome you to enjoy these fast and convenient meals that are affordable anytime for lunch, dinner, snack, or that next special event or meeting. Don't forget to check out our new items to our menu like Dessert Sushi, Fruit Rolls, Rice/ Noodle Bowls, and other favorites. Like our sushi, we take great pride in these products and offer only quality ingredients.
Sushi, like seafood, may be one of the best sources of nutrition available to us. Packed with protein, dense with nutrients, and often low in fat, sushi is an excellent way to enjoy a meal regardless of one's dietary lifestyle choice.
- sushi -- literally, "vinegar rice"
- maki sushi -- traditional roll of fish (either raw or cooked) and vegetables encased in vinegared rice and seaweed, then cut in bite size pieces
- nigiri sushi -- slice of raw fish atop a mound of hand-formed rice, sometimes wrapped with a thin strip of seaweed
- inari sushi -- fried soybean pouch filled with rice
- temaki sushi -- hand-shaped sushi, often in a sheet of seaweed wrapped like an ice cream cone
- nori -- paper-thin sheets of dried seaweed used to wrap sushi rolls
- wasabi -- Japanese green horseradish paste used as a spicy condiment for sushi
- gari -- pickled ginger, sliced paper-thin and served alongside sushi as a palate cleanser
- edamame -- cooked green soybeans, often served as a side dish to