Sushi, once associated with rolled rice and seafood delicacies, is now gaining immense popularity in India. With an increasing number of foreign nationals and a growing fascination with Japanese culture, the demand for sushi has skyrocketed.
To cater to a wider audience, including non-seafood eaters, vegetarians, and vegans, the sushi palate in India has expanded. Exciting variants like asparagus tempura, kappa maki, and avocado and cream cheese rolls have emerged, offering delightful options beyond traditional seafood-based sushi.
As India embraces this culinary art form, sushi has become a diverse and inclusive delight for all.
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