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ABOUT US

Fuki Sushi Japanese Restaurant in River Edge is well-known for our creative & delicious selection of Sushi.

We have worked hard over the past ten years to earn a trusted reputation in the community. By using only the freshest foods and ingredients, our chefs strive to create meals that exude perfection and years of Japanese tradition.

Every aspect of our restaurant has been fine-tuned to provide each customer with superior service, excellent food and a relaxing environment. Please visit Fuki Sushi at 828 Kinderkamack Road
in River Edge, NJ
and let us treat you to a dining experience you won’t forget.

THE BLOG

08
Feb

Information About Nigiri Sushi

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About Nigiri Sushi

Japanese cuisine is based on centuries of traditional cooking methods. In modern times, people enjoy numerous Japanese food dishes throughout the entire world. One dish that is very popular throughout the world is sushi. Nigiri[nee-jee-ree] sushi is particularly popular, and this article provides some information about it.
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29
Jan

The Serious Benefits Of Eating Salmon Sushi

Top Reasons To Eat Salmon Sushi

Salmon is one of the most commonly found ingredients in sushi. It not only has a unique flavor but also boasts a number of benefits for your health. Fish of any kind, but especially salmon contains Omega-3 fatty acids that can help improve your vision, heart health, and even mental state.
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26
Jan

Sushi: A Great Option For a Low Calorie Diet

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If you are looking to stay within a certain calorie intake but at the same time are done with consuming bland, boring and all around satisfying foods then sushi is just what you need. Low calorie processed food tends to lack flavor and are not satisfying but, when it comes to low calorie sushi. Sushi lovers have gone as far as stating that low calorie sushi is just as if not even more tasty than the high calorie choices.
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14
Jan

Top Reasons To Eat Sushi (Other Than Because It Tastes Great)

Top Reasons To Eat Sushi

Sushi is one food that has many positives. It is great tasting, very quick to eat and prepare, very easy to find in Japanese culture, and as it is simply raw fish, it is perfect for those who cannot cook very well.
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Dec

Sushi Chef All you need to know Guide

Types of Sushi Seafood And Fish

Sushi chefs are very skilled at and take great pride in preparing mollusks, fish and other types of ocean creatures. The central focus of most sushi is seafood, whether it is chirashi, maki or nigiri sushi. Each type of fish has its own unique flavor. There are also many fish that are famous for their specialty sauces or dishes. In this article, we will be teaching you about the following different kinds of sushi seafood and fish and how they are used for making sushi: Continue Reading..

16
Dec

Sushi Chef Reveals Secrets Of Sushi

Secret of Sushi

One of the most popular international foods nowadays is Japanese. Among all the Japanese food, the most familiar one is Sushi. It is delicious, fresh and easy to eat. There are many sushi lovers all over the world. If you look around, you will find quite a few sushi franchises with catchy names. Some of them have their own unique way of serving sushi such as waters on roller blades, chef in cross dressing and so on.
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09
Dec

Reasons To Take Your First Date To A Japanese Restaurant!

When it comes down to it, first dates are filled with anxiety and questions. Will your date like spending time with you? Where should you go for your first date that’s appropriate?
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08
Dec

All About The Different Types of Sushi

Sushi is a term used to describe a plethora of dishes that seem to only have one thing in common, rice. After that they can be in rolls or out of rolls, in a bowl, fried in a pouch or with any one of infinite combinations of ingredients and styles.
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Kind Words

  • No place like it. Everything is delicious. I’ve had sushi all over the country and in Japan (albeit in the airport in Tokyo), but this is the best there is. You won’t find a carousel of sushi here. You’ll get what you pay for, the freshest highest quality fish. The owner, Yong, really takes pride in what he does and he’s a traditionalist.  He takes care in every cut and slice, he’s creative with new rolls that are always incredible. Staff is always friendly and attentive.  This place is the “cheers” of sushi restaurants, everybody knows your name.  This place is the reason I fell in love with sushi and I could eat here every day of the week!

    Lance V. Hackensack, NJ
  • I love fuki sushi:) trust me, im Japanese and their sushi is Japanese style. Their sushi is little bit expensive compare to others but they always use fresh never frozen fish.
    This place is small but its so nice and cozy. I had some sushi, oyabun roll, spicy crunch, and salmon yaki. I highly recommend this place!
    Also this place is BYOB!

    Victoria B. Oakland Gardens, NY
  • My favorite place in bergen county to go for some amazing sushi! Started with spicy sashimi salad as an appetizer which had a rich spicy taste and even with the seasoning the taste and texture of each sashimi was fully absorbed. Next, we got the chicken teriyaki bento box and i have to say the teriyaki sauce had so much flavor that I wanted just the sauce to take home. The California roll that came in my bento box also was full of more filling than rice that we would have just ordered a bunch of california rolls on their own. Even the miso soup that came with my chicken bento box was full of flavor and not watered down like other miso soups that you normally taste at other places. Now the highlight at our table was the Oyabun roll recommended to us by the server. Now i know i talked alot about flavor but the oyabun roll was a flavor explosion in your mouth. I was not sure if it was even possible to have that many flavors and taste the texture of the roll fillings, but it was done and it was tastefully (pun intended) done. While it is a bit on the pricier side than your typical sushi place it is well worth the money because you will not only go home full but your tastebuds will also go home with a smile. Anyone and everyone who is in town are missing out if you havent gone to fuki sushi.

    Christina L. Fort Lee, NJ
  • Fuki Sushi exceeded my expectations. The outside of the restaurant had me thinking it wouldn’t be the best dining experience, but the interior is actually very cute. The food was amazing. We ordered edamame which was probably the best I’ve ever had. Then I ordered the Duke roll, which was great. Definitely recommend this place!E.

    Xanthi T. Saddle River, NJ