Friday, October 7, 2011

Restaurant Review- FUSIAN

So I FIIINNNAAALLLy made it to Fusian today (formerly Soho Sushi). I had heard it was like the "chipotle of sushi" and that there were non-fish proteins you could make into sushi rolls like chicken & steak..so I gotta say I was kind of skeptical of the quality. I was excited to try something new, but was fully expecting sub-par sushi in return. It is located in the mall downtown,

You go up to the counter and pick your wrapper (seaweed or soy), your fish (or chicken/steak), your veggies (as many as you want!) and your toppings. Then they wrap it up and put it in this contraction that squeezes it together and cuts it into pieces. I went with a seaweed wrapper filled with spicy salmon, cucumber, avocado, asparagus and green onion topped with a little spicy sauce and sesame seeds. The roll was very big and suprisingly tasty. Since I could put all the veggies I wanted in it, it had a nice crunch plus some good heat from the spicy salmon and spicy sauce. I was very pleasantly suprised with how good the roll was! This is not a nice sit down sushi place...it's definitely "fast food" sushi, but as far as fast food goes, I'll take sushi any day of the week!

The girl I was eating with got half spicy tuna and half steak (very cool that they let you get half and half)- and she wasnt a huge fan of the steak half...it looked more like shredded beef than steak. I didn't try it so I can't comment specifically on it, but I will probably stick with the fish going forward...

Fusian on Urbanspoon

3 comments:

Dora Romero said...

Nice Post

Sandra Marasco said...

That is a great sushi restaurant. It lets customers create a sushi dish they want with a large selection of ingredients. I think it is a nice sushi place to eat on after all.

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restaurant seo said...

I agree to the fact that you can never get enough sushi. I just absolutely love those things!