Sus Hi Eatstation | Where Orlando Locals Eat Sushi. My delicious eating experience is sponsored by Sus Hi Eatstation. All tasty opinions are my own
Sus Hi Eatstation | Where Orlando Locals Eat Sushi
Living in Orlando, there’s definitely no shortage of eateries. Right around the UCF area alone, you can find every cuisine possible. And with one of the highest student populations in the U.S., you know you have a bunch of hungry folks looking for one thing, good sushi. But finding quality sushi without paying astronomical Downtown prices, that can be a challenge. A ninja challenge. Insert Sus Hi Eatsation, where Orlando local eat sushi. And this is not your ordinary sushi place. No, no, it’s a sushi experience. So how do you eat sushi like the Orlando locals?
1. Walk-in. Get Instant Ninja Status
There’s nothing liking walking in and feeling like a ninja. And that’s exactly how you’re greeted. Bask in your new title.
2. Your Sushi. Your Way
Avoid looking like the first timer (like me) going in and familiarize yourself with the menu. The line goes quickly, so have an idea of what you want and how you want it. Here’s the order:
Choose your sushi: in a bowl, hand rolled, or wrapped.
Choose your rice (the brown rice was excellent) or go for salad for the low carb option.
Choose your protein, up to 3. The tofu was good. The shrimp was better.
Add lots of fresh ingredients and toppings, 26 choices. Unlimited. Have at it.
Top with your sauces. I’m a sweet sriracha person, so mine got doused. But there’s 18 choices there, from mild mayo to spicy Triple X. The combinations are endless! Need help/ They have a suggestions sushi menu too to take out the anxiety.
3. Hand Rolled with Flair
This is where the ninja action takes place. Your sushi gets the Sus Hi Eatstation flair. A little yelling, hand moves and secret smiles. And yes, you still get called ninja. Ask for the Fire. Watch the show as your sushi gets torched.
4. More Than Just Sushi
Want some sake? Japanese beer and soda are offered too. How about some Krab Rangoons? Miso soup on the brain? Salads and Edamame too. There’s a good array of extras for the non-sushi lovers, perfect for sharing. You’ll be hard pressed to find a kids menu. The tempura chicken is the closest you’ll get to anything kid-familiar. So keep that in mind before bringing the littles.
5. A Price For Every Budget
I think the best part of Sus Hi Eatstation is that you get freshly prepared sushi, all without breaking your family budget. My hand roll (with about 8 pieces) was around $6. Perfect size for a lunch, and affordable for even the college student. But no sacrificing on taste, quality or fun.
Ready to #MasterYourStyle, the Sus Hi Eatsation way? Then be sure to head over to Sus Hi Eatstation at 4498 N. Alafaya Trail, suite #324, Orlando, FL 32826, right across the street from UCF. Generous portions, affordable prices, and delicious hand rolled sushi prepared exactly how you would like to eat it, with a little Sus Hi flair! Follow Sus Hi Eatstation on Facebook.com/SusHiEatstation, Twitter @sushieatstation, and Instagram @sushieatstation for the latest promotions, events and delicious suchi offerings.
How do you eat your sushi?
Disclosure ~ I was invited to attend a local media event by Orlando Fun and Food in exchange for this posting. All opinions are 100% my own. Be sure to follow Raising Whasians for more Orlando happenings!
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