Whether you want the Thai sweet potato wrap with extra avo, white or brown rice or fully loaded with wasabi, Happy Maki is vegan sushi at its best, and now they’re opening up a dedicated vegan sushi restaurant in Brighton this January!
Happy Maki is all about sushi rolled fresh to order. Bursting with fusion fillings, their maki rolls are super addictive and healthy too! Oh and if you’re wondering … Why no fish? Well sushi actually means “seasoned rice” anyway!
Happy Maki was born when founder Anna spent 2 months volunteering in Kamoka, and saw first hand how fish stocks and the marine environment have taken, and are continuing to take, a severe bashing due to human’s demands for certain types of fish and our pollution of the oceans. After being inspired by this experience to watch the provoking documentary “End of the Line”, Happy Maki was founded with the aim of raising awareness of ongoing marine issues, giving people an option to eat truly sustainable sushi which is good for their bodies, good for the oceans and great for the taste buds.
Whether you want the Thai sweet potato wrap with extra avo, white or brown rice or fully loaded with wasabi, or their famous Hosin “duck” Happy Maki is vegan sushi at its best.
Happy Maki has their very own sushi bar already, which currently runs out of a gorgeous french Renault Estafette called Gloria- a true trendsetter on the British Street Food scene. But now they’re taking their business to the next level by opening up their first restaurant. You will find Happy Maki at 8 Poole Valley from the 12th of January.
Image credit: Happy Maki.