September 14th, 2017
There’s nothing like sitting down after a long day to a heaping plate of sushi, surrounded by salmon, tuna, yellowtail, shrimp and even some sake or green tea. These days, sushi has only become more and more popular, with eateries cooking up inventive rolls to keep sushi fans happy.
Here in bustling New Haven, there are tons of sushi restaurants that have been popping up over the last few years that have kept customers happy and heading to their tables whenever they can. To see where you can get your fix of raw fish, read on below.
Miya’s Sushi, located at 68 Howe St, New Haven which is a 15-minute walk from your 360 State apartment, serves inventive twists on Japanese cuisine and maki made from unexpected ingredients in a tiny space.
Some of their rolls include the sweet potato tempura roll, which has homegrown organic sweet potatoes fried in rice flour batter; Chinese pygmy rodeo roll, which has mushrooms wrapped in potato skin, topped with toasted Arethusa Farm Europa cheese and a lemon dill sauce.
Sushi on Chapel, located at 1022 Chapel St # C, New Haven which is a 10-minute walk from your 360 State apartment, is a basement Japanese restaurant with a full bar serving up a wide variety of sushi rolls.
Some of the most popular rolls at Sushi on Chapel include the fashion scallop roll with crab salad roll topped with torched scallop, mayo, tobiko and scallion; and the sexy shrimp roll with lobster and avocado topped with cooked shrimp, lemon and wasabi sauce.
68 Howe St, New Haven, CT 06511
Sushi on Chapel
1022 Chapel St # C, New Haven, CT 06510