C3 created a new delivery-only restaurant concept called Krispy Rice as a casual offshoot of Katsuya—specifically, the entire concept was built around Katsuya's signature spicy tuna "krispy rice." On the Krispy Rice menu, consumers are able to order items like king salmon with yuzu and plant-based truffle avocado, plus handrolls, maki rolls, nigiri and sashimi. Diners have plenty of flexibility when they order, as they can make a la carte selections or choose from a trio of combinations based on how hungry they feel. Notably, the restaurant is passionate about working with high-quality, responsibly sourced fish and in place of sugar, it uses monk fruit to sweeten the sushi rice and sauce.
Items from Krispy Rice's food arrive in a carbon-neutral packaging solution and can be ordered in LA via services like Postmates, UberEats, Doordash, GrubHub and Caviar.
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Krispy Rice is Only Available to Order Via Food Delivery Platforms
1. Delivery-only Restaurant Concepts - Creating delivery-only restaurant concepts focuses on meeting the growing demand for convenient and accessible dining experiences.
2. Plant-based Sushi Options - Introducing plant-based sushi options caters to the increasing demand for healthier and more sustainable dining choices.
3. Carbon-neutral Packaging Solutions - Developing carbon-neutral packaging solutions addresses the need for environmentally friendly packaging alternatives in the food delivery industry.
1. Restaurant Industry - The restaurant industry can explore the potential of delivery-only concepts to expand their market reach and adapt to changing consumer preferences.
2. Plant-based Food Industry - The plant-based food industry can capitalize on the popularity of plant-based sushi options and innovate new plant-based sushi variations.
3. Packaging Industry - The packaging industry can seize the opportunity to develop carbon-neutral packaging solutions that meet the demands of the food delivery market for sustainable packaging options.