Sushi Fussion came about when its two owners decided to bring a variety of delicious and affordable sushi to New York clientele and added an “s” to Fussion to give it some “s”tyle. They opened two locations in Queens in 2011, followed by the sit-down restaurant in Great Neck in April 2012, and the newest sushi bar in Manhattan in February 2014. While all locations are dedicated to offering spectacular-looking sushi creations, the Great Neck location also offers Hibachi and Yakitori Japanese meat and chicken dishes on their menu. The menu blends well with the Japanese-inspired décor of the restaurant in red tones, with mahogany furniture and Japanese paintings on the walls.
Ordering from their extensive sushi menu is an adventure in itself, but if you are at a loss of which roll to select, go with what the stars tell you – they have extra-large 10-piece rolls named after each of the zodiac signs. Other great choices are the fiery Crazy Tuna Roll (with spicy tuna and jalapeno), or Fussion Roll (with salmon, kani, seaweed outside, topped with crunch and caviar). Sushi appetizers include Sushi Pizza, Kani Salad, Pepper Tuna Salad and other Japanese delicacies. Their recently added meat menu is definitely not to be missed, especially Steak and Chicken Hibachi, a rare find within kosher restaurants.
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Fish entrees include Salmon Teriyaki and their signature Fussion Burger, made with tempura salmon or tuna. They even serve Japanese French fries, tempura-style with spicy mayo and sweet sauce. Bento lunch boxes are available for those on the run, and make sure to check often for their lunch and dinner specials.
If you are one of those who can never get enough sushi, Sushi Fussion welcomes you Mondays with their All-You-Can-Eat sushi buffet, available all day. And since no party is complete without sushi nowadays, you can always rely on Sushi Fussion to cater your scrumptious sushi feast, or you can simply order a platter or a few for your smaller get-together.
Sushi Fussion Great Neck
what's a "fussion"? is it supposed to be "fusion"?