We’re back dining in at restaurants, sipping cocktails at bars and meeting mates at cafes… And losing in a foodie paradise – Kokoro Brighton – if you happen to adore sushi.

Get to know sushi

Sushi is a Japanese dish consisting of sushi rice topped or filled with fish, meat or vegetables, often wrapped in seaweed and served with wasabi and soy sauce. This is a major simplification of course as there are literally hundreds of varieties and combinations.

Sushi has many potential health benefits. Sushi with fish such as salmon or tuna has Omega-3 fish oil, the seaweed which is commonly used to wrap sushi rolls is high in fibre, protein and minerals, including iodine, iron, zinc and vitamin B12.

Eat sushi just like you do in Japan

Japan has a different etiquette, so keep in mind some tips while eating sushi:
– Don’t use too much soy sauce or wasabi. Your dish has already been seasoned by the chef so

using extra soy sauce or wasabi is frowned upon – although you can use it sparingly, just don’t

drown your delicate sushi.
– You can eat with your hands. Chopsticks are not required in Japan although they will be

provided.

Become a sushi master before you order with us next time! Our location is 39A Church Street, Brighton VIC 3186, to book with us, simply call 03 9591 0338.