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Hot Rolls, Bitchin’ Bento Boxes at Sushi Seven

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Casey Howell

Roll over to Sushi Seven if Sushi Zushi’s fusion dishes are your jam

For our lunchtime visit we settled on the bento box lunch specials ($12.99). Available with a choice of nigiri, teriyaki chicken or chirashi rice bowl with agedashi tofu, the bentos also included a large serving of piping hot miso soup in ceramic bowls and standard California rolls.

The only misstep was a heavily salted teriyaki sauce, but the smoky agedashi—two large cubes of lightly fried silken tofu topped with bonito fish flakes—and the green salad were hits. Instead of a syrupy dressing, a light peanut sauce dressed the salad greens without the use of too much sugar. The staff didn’t skimp on the chirashi either, which featured a sampler mix of tuna, yellowfish, salmon, escolar, tako (octopus), sweetened shitake mushrooms and delightful tamago (or Japanese omelet) squares.

If Sushi Zushi is your jam, then a visit to Sushi Seven is probably due. This slightly familial apple didn’t fall too far from the tree.

Sushi Seven

19141 Stone Oak
(210) 496-7777
Best Bets Tricolor roll, habanero roll, agadeshi tofu
Hours 11:30am-10pm Mon-Thur; 11:30am-11pm Fri; 12:30pm-11pm Sat; 1-9pm Sun
Price $7-$14 rolls, $12.99 bento boxes, $6-$17 entrees
Skinny Sushi Zushi’s opening chefs make the leap to owners with Sushi Seven. The result is spicy and colorful rolls and hefty bento boxes filled with Japanese favorites.

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