Originally Posted by VKK3450
Umm, wouldnt they normally be listed on a menu as nigiri? just saying, if the guy wants to be able to spot them on a typical menu... K
Originally Posted by ratboycom
Wrong, Sushi is actually a reference to the preparation of the rice which is fanned with vinegar and sugar.
D'oh you guys are right. I was aware of nigiri, but didn't cross my mind at all as around here most sushi places don't specify nigiri as nigiri, but just "sushi" (i.e. salmon sushi rather than salmon nigiri). Disregard my previous statements.