Mike’s Fresh Sushi is committed to
excellent customer service, quality products, and a whole lot of fun.
Here are answers to our most frequently asked questions.
What are the most popular types of sushi you offer?
Sushi can be prepared in a variety of ways.
Maki – A rolled sushi consisting of vinegar rice with vegetables and/or seafood.
Nigiri – A hand-rolled rice ball with a slice of seafood on top
Do you offer gluten free options?
Yes, our menu includes a huge variety of gluten-free sushi items.
Can I request my roll made without an ingredient, if I have an allergy or a preference?
Yes, we’re happy to roll your sushi to order! Ask your server or master chef, and they will be happy to accommodate and make sure your roll is safely made and to your liking.
I had an unpleasant experience at Mike’s Fresh Sushi. What should I do?
First of all, we’re very sorry to hear about this and we want to make it right. Please email us at email@example.com We’ll take care of the issue ASAP.
How long can I keep your sushi before enjoying it?
For best results, sushi should be eaten the day it is prepared. It can be kept up to two hours at room temperature. If you’re planning to consume it more than two hours later, please refrigerate your sushi or keep it in a cool place. After refrigeration, take it out about 30 minutes to an hour before consumption to ensure that the rice isn’t too cold.
How spicy is your “spicy” sushi?
Any menu item marked “spicy” simply means that it contains our house-made spicy mayo. It’s not too spicy. The spicy mayo contains some chili oil and red chili pepper. Even children often enjoy our spicy rolls! Still, any roll with spicy mayo can be made without it, except for the spicy crawfish salad.
How is sushi-grade fish different from other kinds of fish?
Sushi-grade fish means that it is deemed safe to eat raw because of the way it’s treated from the catch through to transportation and storage. The bacteria level is lower than regular fish, which makes it safe to eat uncooked.
Do you offer any sushi without rice?
YES! There are several options for the carb conscious sushi lover. You can order sashimi, which is simply raw, high-quality, sushi-grade fish. We also have a popular Vietnamese-style rice paper roll that comes in a variety of types, such as vegetarian or seafood. We can also make maki rolls and hand rolls without rice, filled with just the other ingredients and the wrap. Please note that there is an extra charge due to the additional amount of fish and veggies that go in to making a roll without rice.