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Sushi & The Spirit Of Japan At Greedy Buddha!


Hailing from the Land of the Rising Sun, Sushi comes in many forms. Having existed for more than 200 years, Sushi is now a hit throughout the world.

Renowned for their South East Asian cuisine, Greedy Buddha will be giving Durban diners an opportunity to try it out, by offering a new take on Sushi, blending unusual ingredients with a special twist.

At the pre-launch on Friday 29 September, guests were able to try a few of the new Sushi dishes including Miso Seared Norwegian Salmon with Wasabi Pea Puree and Seared Lime, Avo and Daikon Cali rolls – and the Greedy Buddha Sushi Salad – a selection of ingredients, mixed into a Sushi rice. Other dishes include, Crispy Prawn Taco and Citrus cured Salmon Sashimi and Rice Paper Rolls with either Prawn or Tuna.

Gone are the days of pre-packed condiments. Greedy Buddha’s Wasabi is freshly made, using fresh Horseradish to provide an authentic Wasabi taste and the mayonnaise is homemade using free-range eggs, flavoured with two ‘secret’ Greedy Buddha ingredients.

Greedy Buddha’s owner, Jess Watts was thrilled with the response to the new menu – “Sushi was the last South East Asian element that was missing at Greedy Buddha. The expansion of our menu to include Sushi will give Sushi lover the chance to experience new, exciting flavours.”

Greedy Buddha is currently running an in-house special which will run to the 20th of November 2017. Should you enjoy your Sushi meal and want to come back for more, you will receive a voucher for your next visit. Just take three friends along and you will get your Sushi platter for free. The all-new Sushi menu will be available from Wednesday, 4 October.

For bookings, telephone (031) 566 4383 or visit www.greedybuddha.co.za

Shop 1, 12 on Palm Boulevard, Umhlanga Ridge at Gateway

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About Meredith Haywood

Meredith Haywood
I'm the Editor and Creative Director of 5 Star Durban, I Instagram a bit, I cook sometimes, but mostly I write, and edit... a lot... I'm a philanthropist at heart, and I can't resist fluffy bunnies, kittens and puppies... recently I have started to ponder what owning a goat in a flat could be like...

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