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Maki-zushi (Sushi Roll)

Maki-zushi, literally meaning rolled sushi is created by rolling up a variety of ingredients with rice using dried nori seaweed. Maki-zushi is an umai speciality!

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Brown Rice Eel Roll
Hosomaki

Hosomaki is similar to normal maki-zushi, but uses a smaller sheet of nori to give smaller, thinner rolls of sushi, usually with just one filling.

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Cucumber
 
Nigiri

Nigiri is a small block of rice covered with a thin layer of raw fish or vegetables. One of the most famous types of sushi is salmon or tuna nigiri.

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Salmon Nigiri
Inari-zushi

Inari-zushi is made by stuffing rice into small pockets of deep fried tofu. It is named after the Japanese God Inari, who loves eating tofu!

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Temaki-zushi (Hand Roll)

Hand-rolled into a large cone shape with a selection of different ingredients, Temaki is a delicious style of sushi.

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Prown Tempura Temaki
Chirashi-zushi

Chirashi-zushi, or scattered sushi is a bowl of rice with a variety of the chefs best ingredients, mostly types of raw fish.

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Sashimi

Sashimi is the Japanese delicacy of simple and delicious raw fish. It is usually served with a mix of soy sauce and wasabi.

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umai maki-zushi wrap style
Omote Maki

This is the normal type of maki-zushi, wrapped up with Japanese nori seaweed.

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Ura-maki with Aonori

Ura Maki means reverse roll, with the rice on the outside of the roll. Aonori is a type of seaweed sprinkled on the rice.

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Ura-maki with Sesame

Sesame is often used in Japanese cooking and toasted sesame seeds and prawns go great together.

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Ura-maki with Masago

Masago, or Capelin roe is very common in Japanese dishes and on the outside of ura maki is no exception.

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Smoked Salmon

A speciality at umai, these smoked salmon wrapped maki sushi rolls are delicious.

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Rice Paper Maki

This is a normal maki roll which uses rice paper instead of nori seaweed as the wrapping.

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