ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI
Masa Sushi offer the best ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI at the best price in the Princeton Area. Chef Owen Chen crafts beautiful food..." "Its spare interior...encourages diners to focus on present company along with the artfully presented food and top-quality ingredients."
Masa Sushi features a rich variety of traditional Japanese cuisine with bold modern interpretations. Located in Princeton, Masa Sushi is sure to become one of your local favorites. Not only will you find exquisite fresh seafood, Masa Sushi serves vegetarian and non-seafood entrees as well.
[07/11/13] You're probably familiar with wasabi that looks like a putty. However, this western wasabi is actually an imitation product meant to mimic the taste of real wasabi. Authentic wasabi looks grated (because it is) and costs about $100 per pound.
[07/09/13] Although sashimi (slices of raw fish) were consumed in Japan for centuries, it was not until between 1827 and 1829 when rice and raw fish were first combined. This became what is known as the Edo (Tokyo) style sushi.
[07/04/13] See those bamboo mats used to shape the maki rolls of sushi? These are called a makisu
[07/02/13] In some Japanese restaurants, seating is on large cushions at a low table atop straw tatami mats. Shoes are removed before walking on the tatami mats to avoid damaging them. At formal meals, guests sit with both legs under them (seiza). In a casual setting, women may sit with legs to one side and men may sit cross-legged.
[06/27/13] In Japan, a chef used to have to undergo ten years of training before he could be considered a sushi chef. Today, high demand for sushi chefs across the globe has diminished this training time to as little as two years.
[06/25/13] In a sushi restaurant, food should never be passed using chopsticks; rather, pass the plate so that others can pick from it. When taking food off a shared plate, use the reverse ends of the chopsticks rather than the ends that go into your mouth.
[06/20/13] Did you know that in Japan a sushi chef must undergo many years of training to earn the coveted title of master chef? Training for sushi chefs includes learning how to prepare various types of sushi and mastering sushi serving etiquette.
[06/18/13] Proper sushi consumption involves adding wasabi directly to the soy sauce (rather than dabbing it onto the sushi rolls). More over, filling your soy sauce saucer to the brim is considered impolite.
[06/13/13] Fluke is a type of flatfish which can have a sweet taste. It is an excellent source of Vitamins B12 and B6, plus it contains high amounts of selenium and potassium. Fresh fluke is a delicious seafood to use for Nigiri or Sashimi Japanese dishes.
[06/11/13] While most people think of sushi as a Japanese food, the delicacy actually originated in China. However, it wasn't until sushi was introduced to Japan in the 8th century AD that the switch from preserved fish to partially raw fish was made.
|Monday||11am - 9:30pm|
|Tuesday||11am - 9:30pm|
|Wednesday||11am - 9:30pm|
|Thursday||11am - 9:30pm|
|Friday||11am - 10:30pm|
|Saturday||11am - 10:30pm|
|Sunday||11am - 9:30pm|
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This is Nassau Sushi's official page! This page has our menu and some pictures of our entrees and the restaurant. We are only located in Princeton