Today, there’s little that says “classy dining” like quality sushi. However, this was not always the case. Back in its early days in Japan, sushi was essentially a form of fast food. When the country was experiencing large-scale urbanization, people were eager for a quick source of vital nutrients, and sushi was served as a form of street food to workers on the go.
It was only in the past century that the dish was elevated to the sophisticated dining experience that people enjoy at I Love Sushi. Come and get a taste of the food that built Japan’s biggest cities at our Japanese restaurant in Seattle!