With locations in Weston and Parkland, Sushiato Latin Fusion & Art offers “more than just great sushi.”
“At Sushiato, our purpose is to set the standard for passion, dedication, service excellence, and culinary innovation,” says the fusion chain’s website. “We are committed to exploring uncharted culinary territories, fostering an environment of constant growth, and creating connections that transcend cultures through the art of fusion.”
Sushiato’s next culinary territory will be Plantation, where a recently submitted plan review shows the brand’s third outpost opening at 1009 S University Drive.
Owner Nino Ravicini confirmed news of the opening with What Now on Friday. Ravicini declined to discuss details about the project, except to say that no opening date has yet been determined and the location is awaiting permits.
The Sushiato menu clocks in at twelve pages, featuring dishes ranging from ceviches like the Samba Ceviche (corvina, mango, avocado, Peruvian corn and fried tostones with leche de tigre passion fruit, pickled red onions and fried sweet potato threads on top), to Poke Bowls like the Sushiato Poke (seared salmon, fried plantain, dry roasted edamame, avocado, cucumber, rice, red quinoa & ginger dressing), to signature maki rolls like the Maguro Miso Maki (avocado, cucumber & scallions with tuna & guindará sauce on top).
Opening in the Market on University shopping center, the new Sushiato will join restaurants like Padrino’s Cuban and Zona Fresca.
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