|Masu will get a makeover in downtown Minneapolis|
We already have good sushi on-the-go now that the Sushi Fix food truck is open, but Minneapolis is about to have another downtown option when it comes to quick rolls.
Before the doors open on its second location at the Mall of America, Masu Sushi and Robata
and its parent company, Sushi Avenue, have announced plans to open a fast-casual sushi restaurant, reports the Downtown Journal.
So what exactly does fast-casual sushi involve, and where will it be? Here are a few more details:
The exact site is yet to be determined, but the hope is that this will be the first in a chain of fast-casual sushi restaurants that Masu will open all over the country. The idea is that customers would walk into the shop and select a number of raw or precooked ingredients (crab, avocado, tuna, daikon, cucumber, etc.) and get a custom roll made to their specifications.
Sushi Avenue says it has its eye on a few locations and will be selecting one in the next several weeks.
330 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, MN