Sushiro Reinvents the Traditional Egg Sushi with a Twist

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 23, 2015
References: mumuiz.blog40.fc2 & en.rocketnews24
Egg sushi is commonly served in Japan as a square piece of egg secured over a ball of rice by a small seaweed belt—but Sushiro's newest sushi dish updates this with a fun twist.

Omurice is a traditional dish that uses an omelette to encase a bed of rice. Sourcing this as half of the inspiration for the unique sushi dish, the Japanese restaurant introduced Omurice Sushi, prepared in the same way and served with a traditional drizzle of ketchup on top. To make this dish even more novel, Sushiro's creation includes a meat sauce filling.

Although sushi is most sought-after as a lunch or dinner item, this novel item on the child menu at Sushiro makes it perfectly acceptable to eat at almost any time of the day.