Where can I get sushi delivery?

/ February 25, 2017

The words “deliver” and “sushi” should never be used in the same sentence. Sushi and sashimi (or any raw protein, for that matter) are much too prone to food-borne pathogens and temperature-related spoilage to be subjected to that no man's land in some guy's Toyota between the restaurant and your home.

Imagine a plate of sushi sitting on Rt. 1 in the middle of July in traffic. And sitting. And sitting.

Sushi needs to be delivered from a sushi bar within sight of your table in a restaurant. And even then, that sushi bar must be spotless, and manned (or womaned) only by experts.

Stay safe!

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