Nuri Sushi Factory

8 Parliament Street
City Centre

Cape Town
Western Cape
021 461 8719
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At Nuri Sushi they are extremely passionate about making sushi, and it tells.  Situated in Cape Town's busy CBD, this cool contemporary space offers a small haven to sneak into and either sit down and indulge in some seriously good sushi, or grab a take-away on you quick lunch break.

With a combination of innovation, invention and lots of little twists here and there, Nuri Sushi factory aims to "South Africanise" sushi, moving away from the traditional Japanese ways.  Aside from the usual california rolls, hand rolls and rainbow rolls, Nuri creates exciting dishes like The Nuri Stack (eight triple-stacked fashion sandwiches topped with a homemade Asian peanut dressing and sprinkled with sesame oil, spring onion and crushed peanuts), and unconventional alternatives, like the Rothschild’s Special, an assorted platter that includes rice-free versions of typical sushi pieces conventionally made with rice.  This self-service restaurant distinguishes itself as a fast-food joint that offers quality that one would find in a sit-down dining experience.

Nuri Sushi Factory is a very affordable restaurant-cum-takeaway spot that boasts prices that are ideal for even struggling students. The speciality options range from R38 to R52, platters cost between R67 and R139 for a generous amount and the more standard alternatives – California rolls, fashion sandwiches, maki, nigiri, hand rolls and sashimi – are all priced very competitively. What’s more, there are also sushi-based salads for between R32 and R40 and fat-free fruit or coffee-based smoothies for R15 and R20 respectively.

Twitter: @Nurisushi


Monday - Saturday, 12:00 - 21:00

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