Central Market Sushi Makes a Nice, Light Meal

When you need to make a smarter, more healthful decision at mealtime, stop by Central Market’s sushi bar, where sushi chefs are slicing and dicing fresh fish—maki sushi (with white and brown rice), nigiri, hand rolls, tataki, sashimi and spring rolls—from open till close. Everything is made fresh daily, and there’s no holdover from the previous day.

The pre-packed assortment in the chilled case makes it easy to grab and go, and packages contain colorful combinations of standards and specialties, the latter of which changes daily. You can also mix and match your favorites, priced smartly at $3.95 for one, $6.95 for two and $9.95 for three. Our chefs also make sushi to order, so if you don’t see exactly what you want in the case, don’t hesitate to ask.

Consider sushi when you’re entertaining, too—whether for a casual book club among girlfriends or a couples’ dinner party. Instead of the standard cheese and crackers or antipasti, try an assortment of bite-size maki sushi or spring rolls as appetizers. Looking for a beer or wine to pair? No problem. Just ask a Partner in the Wine department.

If you like to try before you buy, expect sushi demos Friday-Sunday, 11 am-6 pm, or simply ask for a bite of whatever catches your eye. As with other Central Market departments, our sushi chefs are happy to offer samples.

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dakotafleming wrote on 4/22/2015 6:53:48 AM

always report food poisoning to the health dept online

SuE wrote on 3/22/2015 1:51:11 PM

Yes! And taste 1 piece of their san antonio roll and buy 2 box of their dragon roll, every week for last 2 years -my teenager son loves it! However, I had not so happy experience with them recently. Last week they had only 1 box of dragon roll and eel color didnt seem right to me. As I trust them greatly, I asked one of the ladies about this and she assured me that is just fine and the date on the box was telling me it is fresh! When my son taste it he said it wasnt the same taste but ate almost the half when he decided it is not right. Expectedly, he got sick and couldnt leave the bath almost entire afternoon. This could happen anytime and anywhere and we personally didnt make a big deal out of this. Just because, I know them well (and they do know me), I felt like I must tell them, which was a wrong decision! I believe their chef/manager/owner (?) got offended by my gentle and kind complain and tried to make me move away without expressing any apology. I still think they are really good but they must really work on their attidute -i am sure, me not getting anymore dragon roll will not make them suffer but in long run, this will not help their professional life.

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