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SUSHI | NEWPORT AVE. MARKET | BEND, OR

Contact our Sushi Manager:

Nicky

[email protected]

(541) 382-3940

Sushi That Feeds the Body
and Soul

Not all sushi is created equally. The super-fresh and expert-inspired creations sets our sushi apart, and we say with confidence, It’s the best in Bend!

 

Our expert sushi chef, Tun Tun Naing (aka Nicky), takes great pride in creating sushi that is satisfying and soulful—an art he inherited from his proud father U Myint Thar (affectionately known to locals as Morris). You’ll find sashimi platters and delectable sushi rolls of all kinds. (Have you tried the creamy-sauced Yum Yum Roll? Um, yuuum!). Plus, crunchy seaweed salad and teriyaki chicken bowls are a sight to behold, and your belly with thank us.

 

Nicky and his crew continue to create mouthwatering masterpieces and our customers are accustomed to expecting the unexpected from this team.

 

Go forth, peaceful and happy shoppers, and eat sushi!

SUSHI | NEWPORT AVE. MARKET | BEND, OR

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Call or email we’ll special order it for you.

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