Dutch chain Sushi Point recently added five vegan dishes to its menu at all 32 locations in the Netherlands. The new dishes include vegan Lemon Ebi Uramaki (julienned carrots, avocado, and sriracha mayonnaise topped with daikon cress); vegan deep-fried Lemon Ebi; vegan Lemon Eli Salad with salad mix, julienned carrots, avocado, and sriracha mayonnaise; and vegan Spicy Salmon rolls with spring onion and sriracha mayonnaise. Sushi Point also offers a Happy Vegan combo that includes 18 pieces of vegan Spicy Salmon, vegan Lemon Ebi, nigiri Miami, and edamame. 

Vegan seafood

All dishes are made with plant-based fish supplied by Dutch brand Vegan Zeastar from food company Vegan Finest Foods. Vegan Zeastar creates plant-based seafood that offers a taste and texture that mimics animal-based seafood. Its products include vegan Sashimi No Tuna, Sashimi Zalmon, Shrimpz, Crispy Lemon Shrimpz, Crispy Chili Shrimpz, Kalamariz, and Tasty Codd. 

“Do you like sushi but do you eat vegan? Then your options at many sushi restaurants are unfortunately very limited. Fortunately, at SushiPoint you can choose a number of delicious Sushi variants that suit a vegan diet,” Sushi Point says on its website. “Although sushi is originally mainly oriented towards sushi variants with fish, our creative chefs have put together a balanced range of vegan sushi. So if sushi is also your favorite meal but you want to eat vegan, you can still enjoy delicious vegan sushi at SushiPoint.”

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