Sushi Hub Warringah Mall joined our Mission to help provide access to “Clean Water for All by 2030”. This Mission was initiated by the United Nations.
A big thank you to Sushi Hub Warringah Mall’s team and customers for joining this extremely important mission on 23 April 2018.
The Certificate of Commitment can be found here.
Sushi Hub opened its first store on 16 October 2006 in an alley way in Cabramatta. By the end of 2017 we would have 50 stores operating across three States and one Territory; New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Australian Capital Territory. During 2018 and 2019 we plan to bring our sushi to both South and Western Australia.
Both management and staff are constantly working together to deliver the freshest and top quality sushi to our customers. Our products are sourced locally and delivered daily to ensure its quality. All our sushi chefs are required to undergo a minimum of twelve months training to become an independent chef for each outlet. We believe in providing the best environment and coaching system to secure the most suitable staff in each position. Our management believes in providing the best support to younger staff as they are the future of our business.
Serving sushi is a labour of love between our chefs and our customers. We have bonded by our love of classical sushi and have subsequently created our sublime menu that are full of flavors including six most popular categories inclusive of: Maki Roll, Sushi Box, Sashimi & Salad, Inari, Nigiri and Soup. Our signature dishes which appeal to the eyes as well as your palate are Tuna Salad Roll; Fresh Salmon Roll, Crispy Chicken Roll and Tempura Prawn Roll under the Maki Roll category. Otherwise our Seafood Deluxe Box and Assorted Sushi Box are equally popular. Brown rice option is available on request at selected stores for sushi lovers who are looking for a healthful staple with low GI and high fiber option.
We can't wait to see every person have access to clean water as soon as possible.
Let's end extreme water poverty together.
Kemi from Ora-Igbomina village carrying out her daily routine of fetching dirty water three times a day, taking her five hours