The most popular sushi in the UK is California Roll. This sushi roll consists of avocado, cucumber and cooked crab meat rolled in rice and seaweed wrapper. It has become especially popular in recent years due to its simple ingredients, bold flavours and colourful presentation. The California Roll has become a go-to favourite for sushi lovers across the country. Other popular sushi rolls in the UK include spicy tuna, salmon avocado and eel cucumber. No matter what type of sushi you choose, it’s sure to satisfy your taste buds!
Sushi dates back to the 8th century in Japan, when it was originally known as nare-zushi (“salt-cured sushi”). This traditional method of preparing sushi involves fermenting fish and rice together with salt for several months. The resulting product is then mixed with vinegar and formed into various shapes, such as balls or rolls. Today, sushi is often prepared using the nigiri-zushi method, which involves forming finger-shaped mounds of vinegared rice with a topping of fresh seafood. This contemporary method has become widely popular around the world and is commonly used in restaurants.
Whether you’re looking to explore traditional or modern sushi making techniques, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! So go ahead and give it a try – your taste buds won’t regret it!
Sushi can be a healthy option as it typically contains low amounts of fat and calories. It is also high in omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fibre. However, the health benefits of sushi depend on the type of fish used, how much wasabi you add, the quantity of rice used and whether tempura batter or other sauces are added. To ensure you’re getting the most out of your sushi, opt for rolls filled with fresh fish, skip the extra mayonnaise and soy sauce, and limit how much wasabi or pickled ginger you use. Eating sushi can be a nutritious and delicious meal when enjoyed in moderation.
There are a number of rolls that are very healthy including the cucumber roll, dragon roll, maki roll and the rainbow roll. All of which topped with the humble sesame seed, which is incredible for bone health and you have a winning combination. Perhaps a tiny bit of spicy mayo to liven it up, although they don’t necessarily need it and that’s just heaven!
Neil started offering his delicious sushi and pan-Asian food in the local area where he lives, in Farnham, when COVID struck. A chance photo on Instagram of a platter he made for wife Justine on Mother’s Day led to the creation of Bools Farm Food, Little Fish’s predecessor.
A lot of hard work from this husband-and-wife duo ensued as word spread of the world-class chef offering great food in the local area. It started as a whisper and the story grew. After two years and countless 20-hour days in his makeshift kitchen, Chef Neil has partnered up with ‘other Neill’, and together, they are trying to build something special.
We take our mission to bring you exceptional sushi and pan-Asian cuisine more than a little seriously. We want our food to transport you, without you having to make a long journey.
Our food is freshly prepared each day in our kitchen, for pre-order only, and then distributed through a network of local partners, or at our sushi van collection points, or delivered direct to your door, even from smart new refrigerated lockers.
We’ll keep innovating, partnering and pioneering new ways to connect out-of-town food lovers with out-of-this-world food. Now we are offering a fantastic delivery service with Sushi Wrecclesham and other nearby towns from our kitchen based in Liphook.
What makes us different though is when you order for collection this can be done up to a month in advance and can be collected from a multitude of places to suit you, including lockers, post offices, nearby restaurants and partnering businesses. If you want the best sushi and Pan-Asian cuisine today get in touch and try our amazing new menu today!