6 In Korea/ Travel

Fantastic Rolls at Sushi Town


The way sushi rolls will melt in your mouth can be pure heaven if you can find a place that doesn’t skimp on the portions! Some places will have more rice than sushi in the roll, but everyone knows that the best places pack a roll with as much sushi and avocado as they can! My friend in Ap-gu-jung introduced me to a wonderful place called Sushi Town and their sushi was pretty impressive. Their fantastic roll was just that; the combination of crab, avocado and a lovely dollop of spicy tuna that had me floored.



I could actually taste the avacado; not a thin layer but actual chunks of avocado. Avocado isn’t commonly available in Korea so this is a big deal! Do you see that thick slab of sashimi? Pure delight is what that is. I’ve not actually gone out looking for the best sushi in town since that tsunami hit Japan (they’re still leaking nuclear waste into the sea), but sometimes I just got to get my hands on some sushi. Now I have a favorite spot to go to when I have a sushi craving!

*Edit 2016.05 – My friend told me the heartbreaking news that Sushi Town closed down. Where will I get my sushi fix now?!

Your turn ♥ What’s your favorite type of sushi? What’s the best sushi place in your area?

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  • Oh my gosh, I’m getting sushi this week and your post is making me so stoked, haha. Everything here looks so delicious!! I’d love to try the rolls are this place. Mmm….

    • Kim

      Looove sushi! I definitely recommend anything that combines spicy tuna and avocado ;)

  • I love tuna sashimi! Looks so good. I’m craving for sushi now.

    • Kim

      Yes I’m a sucker for tuna sashimi; even more so than salmon sashimi! Of course, I’m not going to complain about salmon sashimi.. :P

  • This looks so good! My small town doesn’t have much in the way of (actually good) sushi, so I’m a little jealous ;)

    • Kim

      Awww, hehe I actually have to travel around an hour and fourty minutes on the bus to get to this sushi place. but it’s totally worth it :P You should explore nearby cities for some good sushi spots ;) It’s harder to go regularly of course, but it makes for a nice treat every now and then :D