Find out more →

Get unlimited access. Become a digital member!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Delicious and affordable sushi

Posted By on Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 8:00 AM


While sushi is extremely popular, it's hard for us to include it in our daily dining ritual because it usually involves having to spend a lot of time dining out at typically crowded restaurants. The other option, grocery store sushi, which allows us to enjoy this healthy meal in the confines of our own home, is typically dismissed as not fresh or flavorful as restaurant sushi. That's not true at Edward's Food Giant at Tanglewood, where their new sushi bar is prepared fresh daily. They can do made-to-order rolls or substitute brown rice in place of white to get you closer to that weekly health goal. Stop by and grab a California Roll for $4.99 or with brown rice for $5.99, a Philadelphia Roll for $6.99 or a Vegetable roll for $5.49.



Speaking of Sponsored


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Sponsored Post

  • Mercedes makes driving a delight

    Driving ought to be a pleasure. Think how many hours a week you live in your car.
    • Oct 30, 2012
  • Smart, Affordable Luxury

    Check out this one-owner, Jade Green Mercedes 2008 ML350 five-passenger SUV. The family will appreciate the roomy luxury and you will appreciate the peace of mind that comes with the safety features built into all Mercedes. Mercedes-Benz of Little Rock has put this vehicle through a rigorous inspection process earning it an extended warranty and a Certified Pre-Owned Mercedes designation.
    • Oct 24, 2012
  • Start fresh with shrimp

    Spice up your next homemade sub sandwich with the unique Caribbean flavor of Boar's Head jerk turkey shaved fresh to order from the Edwards deli.
    • Oct 16, 2012
  • More »

Most Shared

  • And speaking of oligarchs: How Arkansas corporate welfare made Kochs richer

    Columnist Joe Nocera examinesthe Big River Steel deal in Arkansas — the state's largest foray into corporate welfare yet and a deal in which the billionaire Koch family, nominally opponents of corporate welfare, will benefit handsomely.
  • UA president, 5 trustees heading to Rome

    University of Arkansas President Donald Bobbitt and five members of the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees took off for Rome Sunday for a five-day trip for what a  press announcement said was "informational purposes...  to learn more about the operations of the University of Arkansas Rome Center. " One faculty member isn't happy about it.
  • Surprise: Lottery consultant to get fat contract

    It is not exactly shocking that a consultant group that's had the inside track all along to realize profits from the Arkansas Lottery has an even more profitable deal in the works than originally described.

Most Recent Comments



© 2015 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation