Australia’s largest sushi franchise – Sushi Sushi – will serve up a range of freshly-made sushi options to fans at Melbourne Park this year.
Sports fans will have a chance to savour fresh hand rolls during tennis season as sushi goes on the menu.
CEO of Sushi Sushi, Anna Kasman, said Sushi Sushi would be pulling out all stops to impress the international crowd.
“We have a pop-up sushi kiosk and freshly made hand rolls and of course our specially created Bento Box will be available – all specially hand-crafted by our sushi artisans,” Anna said.
“Quality is always very important for Sushi Sushi. We will be using fresh Tasmanian salmon, the creamiest avocadoes from Western Australia – plus our own special recipe soy sauce and mayonnaise that are 100% gluten-free and made from natural ingredients.
“I have always believed that we must start with really fresh and beautiful ingredients for the sushi to taste amazing so we take a lot of care in sourcing the best quality ingredients from all over Australia.”
Potential future tennis star Claudia Hofmann had a chance to sample the sushi as she warmed up for the tennis season. The talented 4-year-old has already been playing tennis for a quarter of her life, according to Christine Owen, director of Elsternwick Park Tennis Centre, where Claudia has been taking lessons for a year.
Claudia is already handy with a racquet and her favourite sushi is a prawn handroll.