• Zushi

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Modern, sleek design Japanese food and sushi bar restaurant chain with outlets across Italy. Has a separate vegan menu list with choices including edamame, miso soup, wakame salad, vegetable sushi and uramaki, salads, yakisoba and yakiudon, and a chocolate vegan cheesecake. Open Mon-Sat 12:00-15:00, Mon-Sun 19:00-23:00.

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3 Reviews

First Review by AdaLP


Points +1597

10 Sep 2021

Poké delivered

I tried poké for lunch. It was tasty and they have a good variety of ingredients that I appreciated: in this season they have asparagus, there’s tofu as protein fresh or fried.
They delivered it so it arrived a bit messy, it wasn’t so aesthetically pleasing like I would expect poké to be, anyway it was good.
They serve only one size poke (big) starting from 10€.
You can choose your ingredients like I did or they offer a vegan poke on the menu with particular ingredients (so it’s a bit more expansive).

In the picture poke is with: sushi rice, fried tofu, edamame, marinated ginger, tomatoes, asparagus, violet carrot chips, cashews and terayaki sauce.

Updated from previous review on 2021-03-28



Points +2216

18 Apr 2021

Good sushi a little expensive

Sushi rolls are very good (some are too sweet, the ones with figs jam).
I also tried miso soup and vegan takito, which are okay but nothing special.
It’s a bit pricy but generally I was satisfied


Points +29

23 Nov 2016


The place is trendy looking inside with some electro music. The staff was perfectly courteous. I tasted the miso soup, which was excellent. Then the wakame salad, which was advertised as spicy but was not really so; it's an acquired taste. My main was the selection of vegan sushis, which was good. I liked the tomato one, although there was not enough of it. The asparagus one was nice too, but the sweet touch of ham was a bit strange. The plain tofu one was boring. The avocado one had a good texture. Overall, it could do with a little bit more imagination in order to get a five-star review. I took away a piece of vegan 'cheesecake'. It was too soft to be reminiscent of a cheesecake but the taste was very good. Overall, it was a very nice experience, in an unlikely part of town (not great area, but close to some hotels). I guess if you felt like eating Japanese food, I would certainly recommend it.

Pros: Good selection of dishes, Friendly staff, Modern decor

Cons: Music

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