Sushi with Gusto at 1851 and a second location at Oglesby Union Complex offer a wide selection of traditional Asian cuisine. The company trains all head chefs at its corporate headquarters in South Carolina to create dishes that are both dazzling and delicious. When they return to their restaurants, they make sure chefs follow proven protocols to ensure quality and consistency.
Fun Fact: From Sushi with Gusto: “Sushi is a centuries-old style of Japanese cuisine that combines vinegar seasoned rice with seafood and vegetables. The word ‘sushi’ means vinegar rice. ‘Su’ is the Japanese word for vinegar and ‘shi’ is an abbreviation of the word ‘Meshi,’ a colloquial name for cooked rice. Contrary to popular belief, sushi is not all raw fish.”
Contact our dining dietitian, Jessica L. Brooks RDN, LDN, with questions
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