Complete impulse purchase that was the end result of desire for affordable lunchtime sushi plus having no cash and needing to meet (or at least come close to) the $15 credit card minimum. Three handrolls for $13.85? Perfect. Done.
The last (and only previous) time that I ordered from Norimaki I tried one of their lunch combos that, at $7.95 for a dozen sushi roll pieces, plus miso soup or salad, is a steal.
Handroll combo, still a good value, but I didn’t enjoy it quite as much. My biggest issue is that I could see that the fish was cut into evenly-sized strips, which just begs the question: “Is this how they get all their fish?” Another question: “Is this what the fish looks like before it goes into the sushi rolls?” And lastly: “Where is this cutting being done, here, as kitchen prep, or earlier?”
At these prices, no one’s under the impression that Norimaki is serving all-star sushi, but I *hope* it’s better than that.