Smile Sushi

53 Albion St, Amherst, Canada
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Opening Hours

lundi
11:30 - 20:00
mardi
11:30 - 20:00
mercredi
11:30 - 20:00
jeudi
11:30 - 20:00
vendredi
11:00 - 21:00
samedi
11:30 - 20:00

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2012-01-08
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No $5 footlongs here

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Update on our menu! And thank you to everyone who left a review and rating! Also we have new phone number. It is 902-397-2244.

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Korean BBQ Marinated Pork, Salad with rice. It is $13.00.

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50% off 37 Pcs combo( made yesterday)

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Korean BBQ with Rice will be a special for Thursday's and Friday's. However we will be only taking preorders for this, since this is BBQ. Pick up for Korean BBQ will only be available at 6:00pm on both days for now. It will $13.00, and the Kimchi is for $2.50. The meat used is pork!

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Ramen with Two Dumplings. It's $11.50.

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Tri Angle Kimbap - 1 for $5.00 Crispy Seaweed, Rice and Bulgogi or Spicy Pork.

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Manga and Avocado roll for $8.50

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Smoked Salmon and Mango Sushi is our newest item on the menu! It's $11.00

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Mango and Cream Cheese Sushi is our newest item on the menu! It's $9.50!

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History of Bibimbap: Bibimbap is one of the most popular traditional Korean dishes at home and abroad. It is a simple fare - steamed rice garnished with colorful toppings made from a variety of vegetables with a spicy sauce. The popularity of bibimbap is due to the dishes versatility and cornucopia of nutrients. The main ingredients are called namul (lightly seasoned vegetables) and ingredients depending on the season and individual’s preference. Take out the meat and this dish is an ideal choice for vegetarians. While bibimbap has been considered a safe bet for the less adventurous palate, adding more gochujang (red pepper paste) can give it a spicy kick. Bibimbap was originally called goldongban and was first referred to in records dating back to the late 19th century. Both names refer to the mixing of certain ingredients with banchan (side dishes) and steamed rice. Historically, the recipe was in fact a favorite of all the different classes in ancient Korea, and during food shortages was a clever yet tasty way to conserve supplies. The king at the time found it so delicious that he required his chef to include it as a regular feature on the royal luncheon menu of a Korean dynasty. For busy farmers during the harvest season, this was a dish that could be made quickly and conveniently by mixing available ingredients. After offering feasts at shamanistic ceremonies, participants mixed all the food together into bibimbap since finishing the food on the table was considered good luck. Traditionally, bibimbap was consumed before Koreans began a new year and also between late spring and early summer, the best time for eating the years freshest vegetables.

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Smile Sushi's new menu Stir-Fry Udon with shrimp or beef - $13.00

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