How to Serve Sushi in Style

Originally from Japan, Sushi has become very popular in America and we can’t blame anyone! The endless possibility of tastes makes this delicious food as appealing as their look and style in your plate.

Whether you make them yourself or buy them somewhere, sushi nights are always fun!

But be sure to have the appropriate tableware and utensils first! If you are having a party or a catering event and are trying to serve your guests sushi, you want to look fancy and catch their attention.


There’s no need to go to a Japanese restaurant or sushi bar to be classy!

You have 3 things to think about when having people over for sushi:

  1. What sushi dishes to use to.
  2. What chopstix your guests will be able to use
  3. How to serve soy sauce, gari (ginger) and wasabi

Let’s go through those steps one by one!


How do you want your sushi to be served?

You can choose to have all of them served on a tray, whether you pick a beautiful transparent one or a simple and elegant wooden tray, and let your guests gather around the table and enjoy a convivial moment. But you can also choose to serve those beautiful little creations individually and make it easier for everyone to walk around freely while enjoying your sushi. While the Bamboo boat is perfect to display sashimi (very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin pieces) in a very original and elegant way, the beautiful Bamboo mini dish fits Maki perfectly and look adorable! You can also go for the rectangular transparent dish if you are looking for something that fits a couple of sushi.


On to the next step! How are you going to eat your sushi? The most obvious option would of course be with chopsticks but remember that not everyone knows how to use them! You need to be aware of your guests’ needs and think about alternative options. Stay fancy with the awesome beginners’ wooden chopsticks and the easy wooden chopsticks and keep the Japanese spirit! Everyone will love them!

sushi-condimentsThe last step is all about your condiment display. Keep it classy by serving soy sauce in the square transparent dish that will match the others you picked! As far as gari, you can innovate a little by serving it in those cute mini square plates that could also been used for wasabi.


See, it’s not that hard to organize a sushi party! It’s all about your catering supplies and no matter what you are looking for, we got you covered! The best part? All of our tableware and utensils are 100% Eco-friendly yet disposable!


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