Ninja-themed sushi restaurant ‘Sus Hi Eatstation’ is now open in Tampa

Sushi burritos, bowls and rolls coming in hot.

click to enlarge Ninja-themed sushi restaurant ‘Sus Hi Eatstation’ is now open in Tampa
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Ninja-themed sushi joint, Sus Hi Eatstation, quietly made its debut at 2309 E. Fowler Ave. near USF. The concept has eight other locations, or “dojos,” scattered throughout Orlando and Gainesville.

According to the website, founders Robert and Teresa Ly’s mission is to prove that fast-food served fast doesn’t have to be a fast-food experience. 

Sus Hi’s menu is filled with options like build your own sushi bowls, burritos, and rolls. The Fry Me a River burrito is packed with white rice, salmon, tuna, spicy krab, cream cheese, avocado, edamame beans, purple cabbage and cucumbers.

Other bites include spicy cauliflower, egg rolls and beignets. Need something a little lighter? Diners can opt for miso soup, seaweed salad or edamame. By the way, vegan-friendly, and gluten-free options are also up for grabs.

It’s a strip mall location, so there’s no patio dining, and operations are cash-less for now, but folks can try the new ninja in town by dining-in and ordering pickup or delivery. The Eatstation is open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. seven days a week.

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