By Anne DesBrisay
There’s one table inside, three more outside, and a short length of counter on which to lean for a quick maki fix, but mostly Rice & Roll Sushi is tiny and used for take away. Transplants from Edmonton, the husband and wife team that runs Rice & Roll have taken over a former Go For Sushi franchise location and made it a better place, more personal, more inviting.
No website, no real advertising that I could find: Rice & Roll seems to thrive on word of mouth and pedestrian traffic. I’ve ordered sushi here before and found the rice just right (lightly sweet, un-gluey but holding together) and the cuts clean and sharp. This isn’t particularly elegant stuff, but it is well made, priced right, and kindly served. (more…)