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See The Roller-35 in action at the Take Away Expo ExCel London 2015. Winner of the "Best New Idea" Award at the Restaurant Show London 2013. Nominated for the Take...
The Osaka sushi kit makes the perfect gift, or the perfect introduction to Japanese cooking. If you've tried sushi at a restaurant, and you'd now like to try making sushi...
MINIMUM 5 MONTHS DATE ON ALL ITEMS The Sapporo Sushi Hamper is another excellent gift hamper on offer from Sushi Sushi; not only does it make a great gift, it's...
Bulk Nori pack of 100 seaweed sheets by Shin Izumi. This bulk nori is perfect for regular sushi makers, restaurants and caterers alike. With a zip top pack it will...
Sushi Containers with lids are perfect for use in any cafe or delivery service wanting to sell sushi. The design on the box looks beautiful alongside your sushi. The lid...
Sushi Rice, short grain, 20kg bag by kintaro.
Catering size pack of wasabi sachets. Great brand at a very good price.
Fish shaped soy sauce portions from shoda are perfect for takeaway sushi. 2.1ml is the regular portion size in the UK.
1.8kg gross weight, 1kg drained Pickled pink sushi ginger compliments all sushi dishes and many other Japanese dishes and salads. Pink sushi ginger, also known as Gari in Japan, is...
Due to the success of the Roller-35 and requests for a range of sizes we are proud to present the Roller-25 boasting the same quality British engineering The Roller-25 Sushi Rolling...
Japanese curry was introduced to Japan from the British during the Meiji era of the 1800 and has now become one of the most popular Japanese foods, a world away...
Sho Chiku Bai Sake 18L 15% vol is a top quality sake perfect for any bar or restaurant.
It can be tricky to find a Japanese restaurant in the UK - if you're not game for the chain restaurants like Yo! Sushi and Wagamamas, there is sometimes only one or two Japanese restaurants in the cities, never mind the towns. There are some great advantages to choosing a traditional Japanese restaurant over a chain one - they tend... Continue Reading →
Rice is one of those foods that all of us are incapable of measuring out perfectly. No matter how much we try, there will always be rice leftovers! This can put some of us off cooking it, but if rice wasn't so versatile and a great basis to many meals, it wouldn't be eaten in such massive quantities around the... Continue Reading →
Some say you can't call yourself British unless you've mastered cheese on toast and a good fry-up, but Japanese food is a little more complicated than that. Japanese food is really made with soul, and every element is lovingly constructed. It's not enough to just know a few recipes off by heart; that's not how you become a Japanese food... Continue Reading →