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he retail offshoot of a wholesale sushi-grade fish business that has supplied the likes of Fugakyu and Oishii, Sea to You offers everything you need to make sushi at home—including a sushi school—plus quick sushi to go at a great price. The best deal is the temaki hand roll, a choice of two huge, hand-rolled pieces with your choice of three ingredients, sauce, and white or brown rice. The fresh, sushi-grade fish to prepare at home ranges from the commonly served sake (salmon), maguro (tuna), and ika (squid), to chu-toro (fatty tuna), amaebi (sweet-water shrimp), and uni (sea urchin). But here you’ll get a pound of, for example, chu-toro—enough to make a half dozen 10-piece rolls—for what a sushi restaurant would sell a six-piece maki. There’s also a catering service, or you can bring home your own personal sushi chef. Another great secret: Students can stock up on
supplies after class at 10 percent off. Tuder
Sea to You sells kosher sushi, too, and provides sushi to kosher retail stores and synagogues.
Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Class schedule varies. Check the website.
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