With a fresh take on traditional ideas, Fukuko’s new sushi menu is one to try when lunchtime rolls around.

Tucked away unassumingly on Tyler Street sits one of Britomart’s best kept secrets. Fukuko is a Japanese-inspired Shōchū cocktail and snack bar offering a tasty Asian fusion fare. A favourite amongst Britomart locals for its bento bowls, there’s a new reason to visit this hole-in-the-wall gem – the sushi bar.

Available from 11am-3pm every weekday you can pick up traditional maki sushi $2 per piece, uramaki sushi $2.50 per piece, nigiri $2.50 per piece, a sushi burrito $8 or new poke bowl $15 with cult dishes like the Fukuko fried chicken and salt and pepper squid staying on the menu.

Being Ebisu’s spicy little sister restaurant means you get the same excellent quality meals and top notch service with a twist. Say sayonara to soggy sandwiches and try Fukuko’s sushi today.


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