Homemade sushi

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Kayla
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Can’t wait for this.


bikeygirl
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@Cburch Where? Sushi @Penn Avenue Fish Market? Let me know if you do, I’ll go too!


orionz06
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Anywhere around here serve sushi and have outside seating?


Marko82
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“Anywhere around here serve sushi and have outside seating?”


orionz06
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Never had an Alcosan roll before.


Marko82
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Hey I’m not advocating eating anything coming out of our rivers, but you probably don’t want to see where ‘store bought’ chicken comes from either.


Italianblend
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Don’t worry about fish coming from rivers: I believe that most, if not all, sushi is saltwater fish. You can correct me if wrong though.

Please, please, do not buy fish at a supermarket that you don’t intend to cook. Stick with Penn Ave Fish Co and make sure they know you are going to eat it raw, just to be sure.

Come to think of it, I think there is a Japanese market somewhere in shadyside. They might have sushi grade fish there. You’d have to ask though.


ejwme
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Ok, sushi ride plans are in progress. Veg(itari)ans and the like will be considered for every stop.

Input is encouraged!


Drewbacca
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Input:

Contact all sushi shops before hand and ask them to create a BikePgh roll… :)


ejwme
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oh, man, headloss, that’s an AWESOME idea.


Tabby
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:D


bikeygirl
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Well, there is already a “Pittsburgh Roll” if i remember correctly…… I think at Sushi Too?


Tabby
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yes! and it’s really tasty, but I don’t remember what’s in it


ejwme
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chaya has a squ’ll roll and a murray ave roll, I swear I’ve seen a “shadyside roll” somewhere.

there really needs to be a primanti’s roll, complete with a french fry and a little bit of coleslaw in, probably with tempura fish (do they do tempura beef?). I think it would be just as appetizing as the sandwiches :P

anybody have any bike accessible favorites not on the below list?

Chaya (Squirrel Hill)

Sushi Too (Shadyside)

Nakama (Southside)

Kiku (Station Square)

Penn Ave Fish Co (Strip)

Wholeys (Strip)

Burma Tokyo (Oakland)

Sushi Kim (Strip)

Umi (Shadyside)

Tamari (Lawrenceville)

Tokyo Japanese Steak House (Bloomfield)

Any in Regent Square, North Side, places like that? I’m feeling very East-Centric again, but google doesn’t come up with much. Anything downtown that’s open on a weekend? does Seviche count?


reddan
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Mmmm…the calamari salad at the stand in Wholey’s…truly yumtastic.


Tabby
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the stand at Wholey’s is Andy’s Sushi fyi


Italianblend
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ejwme, there is also Sakura in Squirrel Hill, near Forbes and Shady. I was there a few years ago and it was very good, but I haven’t been since.


Silverscooby27
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I used to get fish/eel, etc. at the Tokyo Japanese Store in Shadyside on Ellsworth (I moved to Ohio). If you get there early in the day, they have prepared sushi in the fridge as takeout.

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