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Get your Sushi On: Burnaby’s newest sushi spot set to open soon

They have 48 different specialty rolls for you to try!

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March 8, 2022 | 2:46 pm

The Port Coquitlam-based sushi restaurant Sushi On is opening a new location in Edmonds next week.

The restaurant is known for its 48 different specialty rolls, delicious appetizers, and fresh draft beer. Sushi On told the Beacon they are hoping to open their new location in early April at 7617 Edmonds St, Burnaby where Osaka Island Japanese Restaurant used to be.

Sushi On’s menu includes specialty rolls like their Lion King roll, Thor Dragon roll, Popcorn roll, and Angry Bird roll.

The Lion King roll is a must-try for any sushi lover. It’s a California roll topped with seared salmon, green onion, and yam and potato crunch.

 

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They’re also known for their mouthwatering appetizers like their Spicy Tuna Volcano appetizer which is jalapeños and spicy seared tuna on top of crispy rice.

 

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For those who are not a fan of seafood, Sushi On is also known for their Chicken Teriyaki. They serve this dish with crispy chicken, fresh vegetables, and a side of rice. Sushi On is so confident you’ll like their Chicken Teriyaki they said it’s “the best flavour ever.”

 

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So the next time you have a craving for some sushi, be sure to roll on over to Sushi On very soon!

Sushi On

Address: 7617 Edmonds St, Burnaby

Update: Sushi On told Burnaby Beacon their expected opening date is being pushed back to early April. This article has been changed to reflect that. 

Marco Ovies

Marco Ovies is Burnaby Beacon's Lifestyle Reporter Creator focusing on all things food, events, and fun things happening in the city.

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