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#SushiDreams at SEVEN SUSHI CAFE

It’s hard not to want a sushi night like three times a week, so when I was invited to try out SEVEN SUSHI CAFE I was excited to see what was up with Bushwick’s sushi scene, where a lot of spots are really starting to pop up. Bonus: it’s located only 1 mile (or $3 Uber) away from my apartment so no need to worry about being late.

Seven Sushi’s decor is similar to a 70s retro theme but also has a literary / pop culture undertone with quotes from poets like Pablo Neruda cut out underneath the glass tables, which is a cool contrast to the interior you might perceive a Japanese sushi spot to be.

The appetizer list is colorful, featuring my personal favorite: the seasonal spring rolls, fried to perfection with cream cheese—honestly I don’t think I’ve ever tasted such a delightful fried roll filling combination.

Summertime is a perfect moment to try this new-ish Japanese restaurant with open windows and prime location near lots of Bushwick’s greatest spots.

Sashimi Salad with tuna, salmon, yellow tail, cucumber, avocado, carrot, scallion, spicy mayo, tobiko, and ponzu:

Sushi rolls galore, of course. Rolls include anything from Japanese Pickled Vegetable Roll, Spicy Shrimp Roll, and Salmon Skin Rolls:

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For dessert, Chocolate Bon Bon Lava:

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kaitlinduffy

Kaitlin Duffy is a writer from Cleveland. When she's not blogging or pondering the great complexities of the world and outer space, she is finding rare vinyl steals, visiting new places, laughing often, Instagramming everything in sight, watching movies, or working on her first feature Port de Cleve.

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  • Emma

    Written on July 12, 2017

    “Bonus: it’s located only 1 mile (or $3 Uber) away from my apartment, so added bonus: no need to worry about being late.”

    “which is a cool contrast to the otherwise interior you might perceive a Japanese sushi spot to be.”

    Work on editing your posts. These sentences’ meaning obviously got lost in the editing phase. Food blogs are a dime a dozen and if it looks like you don’t put thought into what you say, I don’t really care what you have to say.

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    • kaitlinduffy

      Written on July 16, 2017

      Thanks for pointing out the jumbled together sentences, Emma. I appreciate it a lot. Also appreciate you stopping by the site xx

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