Gem Sushi Menu and Prices upadted 2021

Sushi is a Japanese traditional vinegar-made rice dish. Beech has been a technique of preserving and ensuring food for the extra fish. Sushi is probably the most famous outdoor Japanese dish. It is a cuisine made of rice and fish with a vinegar flavour. There are nonetheless many variations of sushi, which people outside Japan are less familiar with. Sushi is an old Tang Dynasty cuisine dish.
It is cooked most often with seafood, such as calamar, elf, yellowtail, salmon, tuna or crab flesh imitation. Vegetarian are many kinds of sushi.

Gem Sushi Menu and Prices:

A La Carte

sushi or sashimi, per piece

 

Egg Cake (Tamago) $1.50
Inari $1.50
Hogigai (Red Clam) $1.50
Avocado $1.50
Mackerel (Saba) $1.50
Salmon (Sake) $1.75
Shrimp (Ebi) $1.75
Crab Stick (Kani) $1.75
Fish Egg (Masago) $1.75
Tuna (Maguro) $2.50
White Tuna $2.00
Ikura (Salmon Roe) $2.50
Octopus (Tako) $2.50
Yellowtail (Hamachi) $2.50
Smoked Salmon $2.50
Sweet Shrimp (Amaebi) $2.50
Eel $2.50
Lobster $2.50

 

Roll, Sushi & Sashimi Combination

served with miso soup

 

Sushi Regular $12.99
7 pcs. sushi
Sushi Deluxe $15.99
10 pcs. sushi
Sashimi Regular $12.99
7 pcs. sashimi
Sashimi Deluxe $15.99
10 pcs. sashimi
Sushi & Sashimi Combo $17.95
5 pcs. sushi & 8 pcs. sashimi
Sushi & Sashimi Deluxe $24.95
8 pcs. sushi & 12 pcs. sashimi
Combo A $14.99
1 California roll (8) & 7 pcs. sushi
Combo B $14.99
1 California roll (8), 4 pcs. sushi & 3 pcs. sashimi
Combo C $16.99
1 tuna roll, 1 salmon roll, 4 pcs. sushi & 3 pcs. sashimi

Beverages

 

Water $1.00
Green Tea $1.50
Can Soda $1.00

Appetizer

 

Edamame $2.50
soy bean
Shrimp Sumai (6) $3.99
Vegetable Dumpling (5) $3.50
Vegetable & Pork Dumpling (5) $3.50
Shrimp Tempura (1) $0.99
Oshimko $2.50
Kimchi $2.50

Soup

 

Miso Soup $1.99 – $2.50

 

Salad

choice of dressing: ginger or sesame ginger

 

Seaweed Salad $3.99
House Salad $3.00
Salmon Avocado Salad $5.95
Tuna Avocado Salad $5.95
Seafood Salad $6.95

Noodle Soup (Udon)

 

Vegetable $6.50
Chicken $7.50
Beef $7.50
Seafood $7.50
Shrimp Tempura $8.50
Tofu Miso $7.50

 

Cooked Roll

if you prefer brown rice for any roll, well charge $1.00 extra (8 pcs.)

 

California $4.50
Super California (5) $4.99
California with Masago $4.99
Crab $4.25
Crab Avocado $4.50
Crab Cucumber $4.50
Shrimp Tempura $6.50
Shrimp Avocado $5.50
Shrimp Cucumber $5.50
Eel Avocado $5.99
Smoked Salmon & Scallion $6.50
Philadelphia $6.50
Eel Cucumber $5.99

 

Vegetable Roll

if you prefer brown rice for any roll, well charge $1.00 extra (8 pcs.)

 

Cucumber $2.99
Avocado $3.25
Avocado & Cucumber $3.99
Vegetable $4.25
Oshinko $2.99
Seaweed Salad $4.99

 

Raw Fish Roll

if you prefer brown rice for any roll, well charge $1.00 extra (8 pcs.)

 

Salmon $3.99
Salmon Avocado $5.25
Salmon Cucumber $5.25
Tuna $3.99
Tuna Avocado $5.50
Tuna Cucumber $5.50
Yellowtail and Scallion $6.50
Alaskan $6.50

 

Spicy Roll

if you prefer brown rice for any roll, well charge $1.00 extra (8 pcs.)

 

Spicy Salmon $5.95
Spicy Tuna $5.95
Spicy California $5.95

 

Chef Special Roll

if you prefer brown rice for any roll, well charge $1.00 extra

 

Rainbow Roll $9.50
California roll with tuna, salmon, shrimp & masago on top
Dragon Roll $9.95
eel, cucumber covered with avocado
Spider Roll $8.50
soft shell crab, season
House Roll $5.99
tuna, salmon, avocado, & cucumber
Lobster Roll $10.99
lobster, cucumber, avocado, lettuce, masago with mayonnaise

 

Combination

1 roll and 4 pcs. sushi

 

Tuna Combo $9.99
Salmon Combo $9.50
Tuna & Salmon Combo $9.50
Tuna & Salmon Maki Combo $9.50
California Combo $8.99
California with Masago Combo $9.50
Shrimp Combo $8.99
Eel Combo $9.99
Cooked Combo $9.99
Maki Combo $9.99
1 tuna roll, 1 salmon roll, 1 california roll
Chef Special Combo

 

Bento Box

rice, salad, 1dumpling, Edamame

 

Beef Teriyaki $6.95
Chicken Teriyaki $6.95
Shrimp Teriyaki $7.50

* DISCLAIMER: Information shown on the website may not cover recent changes. For current price and menu information, please contact the restaurant directly.

CONCLUSION:

Originally, Sushi was established as a conservation tool when fermented rice was used to retain fish for up to a year. It was called narezushi, and actually just the fish were eaten, and the rice was thrown away.Keep an eye on our website for more menus.

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