is this the future of sushi?
you get what you pay for is what they all say.
but sometimes, sometimes you get more than you ask for.
I've been watching people on twitter for weeks going to Soho Sushi for lunch and eating my heart out because I don't work downtown. Finally, finally Soho this week started staying open until 8pm.
Zach explaining the whole concept, fresh ingredients, the rolls made right there in front of you. Everyone's called it the Chipotle model, you decide the wrap and meat you want and as you move down the line they add the ingredients you want. But be warned, just like a burrito, if your eyes are bigger than your sushi roll, it will get big!
Stephan, working hard behind the counter doesn't get you famous on the blogs, but I guess someone has to do it.
Everything looked so good, going out there for something different I got a beef roll and hey you guys are the trained professionals, what do you think should go on this? I just went with their suggestions and, it worked out OK.
slick, this thing lays the rice out on the wrapper
Everything got passed around, I tried about 5 different rolls and they were all good. One word of advice, a huge hunk of wasabi on the roof of your mouth feels like a punch to the forehead.
One of the complaints about downtown is the lack of affordable places to eat. Well, the Chipotle comparison doesn't stop at the way the food is prepared, it'll cost you about the same, reasonable enough to go often and the food is excellent so you'll be looking for excuses to get back.
so, is this the future of sushi?
who knows, it could be your next life changing sushi roll.
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