What to expect from sushi menus in Sydney
It goes without saying that sushi has to be fresh – arguably more so than any other type of food out there – so from any sushi joint in Sydney you can expect, well, freshness, as well as vibrancy and tang. Good sushi should have rice that’s not too hard and separated but also not so stuck together that it feels like you’re eating fudge. After that, common ingredients used for sushi here in Sydney include avocado, pumpkin, cucumber, radish, seaweed and sometimes even asparagus. If sashimi is more your bag, popular fish and seafood varieties go as far as salmon, squid, mackerel, tuna, snapper and even octopus. Of course, sushi spots in Sydney won't always have everything, but with sushi and sashimi, it’s always better to go with quality over quantity.