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Salmon sashimi is a simple Japanese dish made up of delicious slices of raw salmon served with a dipping sauce such as soy sauce. If it's your first time trying sashimi, salmon is a great option due to its silky melt-in-mouth texture and fresh flavour.
Tuna (Maguro) is considered a valuable fish used for sushi and sashimi by many Japanese chefs. There is not just one but many tuna varieties. Each comes with a different taste and texture based on the makeup of its parts: lean meat (akami), medium fatty belly (chutoro), and fatty belly (otoro).
Gyoza are dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a thin dough. Also known as pot stickers, gyoza originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan.
For chicken karaage, it's essentially bite-size pieces of chicken thigh dusted with flour and deep-fried in hot oil. With tender and juicy marinated chicken coated in a crispy shell, karaage is a staple in Japanese home-cooked meals.
Harumaki is a crispy Japanese Spring Roll wrapped with a delicious filling of pork, chicken, shrimp, shiitake mushroom, carrots, and vermicelli. They make excellent finger food or appetizers.
The meat is firm and white with a mild, slightly sweet, almost nutty flavor. Small fried squid are often firm and chewy, but they should not be rubbery. Fried calamari usually gets served with a garlicky aioli or a marinara sauce for dipping, and in any preparation, squid readily takes on the flavor of the dish.
Ebi Tempura, prawn or shrimp tempura, is a crispy and delicious Japanese dish. It features juicy shrimp dipped in a light tempura batter and fried until crispy and golden. It is surprisingly easy to make and makes a great side or appetizer for any Japanese meal.
Deep-frying salmon makes it soft and gives it a denser taste. This dish is light and very delicious. Crispy on the outside, tender and juicy inside.
This ancient dish is most commonly made with seafood or vegetables coated in a light and crispy deep fried batter. The batter is made with a simple mixture of flour, eggs and water.
Nigirizushi or Nigiri sushi is of the most traditional form of sushi you’ll see. This type of sushi consists of a single topping (of your choosing) placed over palm-pressed sushi rice. Mostly in oblong form.
Makizushi or Maki sushi is a type of sushi that has uses fillings and wraps them in sushi rice filled seaweed. Most of the time you will see Maki rolled together in a long cylinder form.
Spicy Tuna Roll
A spicy tuna roll is a makizushi roll that usually contains raw tuna, and spicy mayo or sriracha. The roll is often seasoned with Ichimi togarashi.
Rainbow roll is a type of uramaki sushi roll filled with cucumber, avocado and crab stick. It is prepared with multiple types of fish, most commonly tuna, salmon, white fish, yellowtail, snapper, and eel. Rainbow roll is quite similar to the California roll, with the addition of tuna, salmon and avocado.
A Philadelphia roll is a makizushi type of sushi generally made with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and cucumber, with the rice on the outside. It is commonly made with imitation crab instead of salmon, but can be found to include other ingredients, such as other types of fish, avocado, scallions, and sesame seed.
The Dragon Roll, a personal favorite of ours. This captivating roll typically features a core of creamy avocado and tender eel or cucumber, enveloped by sushi rice and nori (seaweed). The roll is then topped with thinly sliced avocado, resembling the scales of a dragon, and drizzled with a rich unagi sauce.
Shrimp Tempura Roll
The shrimp tempura roll is a classic sushi roll that features fried shrimp, avocado, and cucumber. What can I say about it? Fans of fried shrimp will obviously find this their number one sushi. And let’s face it: it’s a welcome change of texture and just another flavor than fresh fish. I also always order one sushi roll with tempura shrimp. Delicious!
A spider roll is a type of makizushi sushi that includes breaded or battered soft-shell crab and other ingredients such as cucumber, avocado, daikon sprouts or lettuce, and spicy mayonnaise, rolled inside nori and sushi rice.
Inari is breaded-rice sushi. The bread is thin and sweet and sometimes filled with vegetables such as carrot strips or cucumber. Our delicious Inari Sushi roll offers both sweet and savory and can be served as a snack or as a side dish.
Spicy Salmon Roll
Spicy salmon rolls are a type of maki (rolled sushi) made with
spicy salmon, sticky rice and nori (seaweed). Traditionally, raw sashimi-grade salmon is mixed with a spicy mayo for the filling.
The Boston roll is prepared with cooked shrimp, avocado, cucumber, mayonnaise, sushi rice, nori seaweed and tobiko fish roe. The Boston roll is a brightly colored fancy sushi roll. Our homemade version uses tobiko fish roe as a topping and as a filling cooked shrimp, avocado, and cucumber.
The Alaska roll roll contains creamy imitation crab tossed in Kewpie mayo, cucumber, and avocado rolled in seasoned sushi rice, nori, and topped with raw salmon and ikura.
The Cucumber roll has three ingredients: nori (dried seaweed), sushi rice, and cucumber. As there is no fish included, this roll is also perfect for vegetarians and vegans. (It also happens to be a roll that children in Japan enjoy).
A mouthwatering medley of salmon, crab, avocado, and cucumber, wrapped in sushi rice and seaweed with smelt egg, tempura bits, and spicy mayo. One order comes with eight pieces.
Temaki Sushi is sometimes called a “hand roll” because it is made of a rolled cone of seaweed, wrapped around rice and fillings. The best part, for me as a cook, is that this is a meal where everyone helps themselves.
Caterpillar rolls are a type of non-traditional sushi roll made by rolling unagi and cucumber in nori and sushi rice and then topping the roll with sliced avocado. The avocado creates a striped pattern on top that resembles a caterpillar, where the roll gets its name.
The meaning of its name is, literally, “inside out” roll. It could be defined as a “rebel roll” because it goes against the usual norm of wrapping the roll of rice from the outside. Instead, the roll contents are wrapped with nori, and then rice is rolled around it.
A Volcano Roll is sushi that is made with either shrimp, imitation crab, or spicy tuna. It's usually also filled with cucumber and wrapped with sushi rice and nori seaweed. Unlike cold sushi, this roll is topped with creamy crab or bay scallops, and baked.
A firecracker sushi roll is a type of sushi roll that is typically made with salmon fish. The fish is sliced into 1cm slices and then halved lengthwise. The fish is then placed on top of a sheet of nori that has been covered with rice. The roll is then wrapped up and cut into pieces.
The B.C. roll is a Maki-zushi, a kind of sushi containing barbecued salmon and cucumber. It is prepared as an uramaki roll, a style of sushi in which the rice is on the outside. Often the roll contains barbecued salmon skin coated in a sweet sauce.
Crunchy California Roll
This California roll features imitation crab tossed in spicy mayo, cucumber, and avocado rolled in seasoned sushi rice and nori, with a crispy golden panko crust.
Chicken Katsu Roll
The Chicken katsu roll is a fantastic example of how you can blend two traditional Japanese dishes into one. This roll is also great for new-comers who may be uncertain about consuming raw fish!
Unagi Sushi (Eel Hand Roll) is a popular sushi roll featuring
Japanese eel cooked in a rich umami sauce, then rolled in seasoned sushi rice and nori.
The Kappa cucumber roll is a thin roll of simple sushi (maki) with a single cucumber slice at the centre. This roll is most popular among children in Japan who aren't used to the more exotic variations of sushi.
A dish of grilled slices chicken that has been marinated in soy sauce seasoned with sake, ginger, and sugar. Garlic and fresh ginger are sometimes added to the mixture. In Japanese cooking, the teriyaki sauce is frequently used as a marinade as well as a basting sauce.
Beef teriyaki is thinly sliced beef (or sometimes whole steaks) with a teriyaki sauce made from soy sauce, sake, mirin, and a bit of sugar. Teriyaki beef is glossy and shiny, which is why it's called teriyaki, with teri meaning glazed and yaki meaning grilled/cooked.
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese teppanyaki, savoury pancake dish consisting of wheat flour batter and other ingredients cooked on a teppan. May include cabbage, meat, and seafood. YToppings include okonomiyaki sauce, aonori, katsuobushi, Japanese mayonnaise, and pickled ginger.
Simply put, ramen is a Japanese noodle soup, with a combination of a rich flavoured broth, one of a variety of types of noodle and a selection of meats or vegetables, often topped with a boiled egg.
Yakisoba is a classic Japanese stir-fried noodle dish that's seasoned with a sweet and savory sauce similar to Worcestershire sauce. We use any meat you like—pork, chicken, shrimp, or calamari. For vegetarians, just swap it with tofu or shiitake mushrooms.
Udon is a thick noodle made from wheat flour, used in Japanese cuisine. There is a variety of ways it is prepared and served. Its simplest form is in a hot soup as kake udon with a mild broth called kakejiru made from dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. It is usually topped with thinly chopped scallions.
This Japanese twist on avocado egg salad packs a punch with its delicious, creamy wasabi mayo sauce, sashimi grade salmon and bonito flakes and spring onion toppings.
Tuna Poke Salad
Poke refers to raw pieces of tuna cut into cubes, then marinated with soy sauce and sesame oil and mixed with onion.
Chicken salad is a versatile dish that typically uses chopped or shredded chicken as the main ingredient and comes together with a binder such as mayonnaise, sour cream, yogurt, or a vinegar-based dressing.
6 Rolls Combo
Sushi is designed to share, which is why we offer sushi catering packages feature platters or sushi “boats.” If you're wondering how to order sushi for a hungry group, a good rule of thumb is roughly
two rolls (20 pieces) per person.
12 Rolls Combo
Choose 12 rolls from our Speciality Rolls menu which are actually called “Futomaki”. Futomaki refers to oversized sushi rolls made by rolling nori (seaweed), sushi rice, and a variety of veggies and fish. It is then cut into bite sized pieces and served.
24 Rolls Combo
Order 24 speciality rolls from our menu. You can select the ones you want or get all 24 variations we have available. In Japanese culture, "trying everything at least once is part of the traditional philiosophy."
Pick 5 entrees, 5 appetizers and 6 speciality sushi rolls. Serves 5 to 12 people.
Pick 20 entrees, 15 appetizers, 15 sushi rolls. Serves 20 to 40 people.
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