The Seoul of the South

​The real raw fish, HWE

싱싱한 회와 푸짐한 스끼다시로 유명한 나루스시

​Sushi has become a global phenomenon and it should come as no surprise that some of the best spots around metro Atlanta call Gwinnett home. The most popular and common styles include rolls and nigiri sushi. Did you know that there is a Korean style of enjoying sushi and sashimi that differs from what you would normally expect? This Korean-Japanese fusion call "hwe" pronounced who-ae is very popular among Koreans and is readily available at Sushi Naru in Duluth.

Unlike rolls or nigiri sushi, hwe is not served with rice. It is usually in sashimi form presented with a large variety of side dishes and accompaniments including tempura, pickles, and seaweed salad. Sushi Naru is especially popular for their lunch combinations which include all of aforementioned dishes with the meal ending with a richly flavored soup made from lobster and fish stock. This final course is served with rice and is the proper end to any hwe meal.

For those with more adventurous palates, the dinner offerings are expanded to include other sea delicacies such as abalone, uni, and sea squirt. This type of dining is common for business dinners with associates and clients. The meal usually lasts several hours and provides a great opportunity to enjoy a wonderful meal while completing business. If you are in the mood to try something new or just want to experience seafood in a different way, head over to Sushi Naru and dive into one of their terrific combination offerings.



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