They say you should never do your food shopping on an empty stomach.
Now when you’re doing your weekly shopping at Whole Foods Market Boca Raton, you can grab a bite at the new Sushi Maki.
Sushi Maki is spreading its goodness as its First Full-Service Restaurant in Whole Foods Boca Raton. As its 18th location in South Florida, it’s Rollin In Boca.
This marks the beginning of a 10-year partnership with Amazon and Whole Foods Market and an exciting time for the popular restaurant group.
“The expansion into Boca Raton was a natural move for us,” said Sushi Maki’s CEO and Founder Abe Ng. “We are thrilled to continue our long-term partnership with Whole Foods Market and Amazon. It’s the perfect collaboration for us.”
Known for its delicious, responsibly sourced ingredients and tasty combinations, Sushi Maki easily converts first-time guests to repeat customers. It’s simply addictive!
By design, no two Sushi Maki restaurants are alike.
Each caters to the needs of its customers and neighborhood residents.
Sushi Maki Boca Raton features all of the local chain’s favorites – rolls, sashimi, poke bowls, bento boxes and bubble tea – among its many options. Guests can start, and share, with a variety of signature dishes.
These yummy seasoned fries are topped with
How do you like your dumplings? You can go veggie or chicken. Then get ready to dip.
Cooked and Raw Rolls include the Dragon Roll with shrimp tempura, avocado, spicy mayo and eel sauce; and the Sparkling Salmon Roll ($14.99), with salmon, avocado and
Guests can also opt to order sushi by the piece (two pieces per order), as sashimi or nigiri.
The sushi tacos come salmon miso, yellowtail serrano or spicy tuna. I’m a spicy tuna lover and I can see this being my snack before doing a little food shopping in Whole Foods.
PLATTERS AND BOATS
The boats come with nigiri, sashimi, cali roll & hiyashi wakame.
Sashimi Platter with chef selection of twelve pieces and choice of miso soup or house salad; as well as Vegan options, including Garden Tofu ginger dressing are also available.
GRILLED TERIYAKI PLATTERS
Sushi Maki Boca Raton also caters to little ones with its Maki Munchkins Menu.
The menu includes the Cool Kids Cali Roll which includes
For you drink, don’t forget to try the delicious Bubble Tea, on the rocks or blended, with passion fruit, lychee, mango and matcha flavors.
Sushi Maki is located at the west entrance of Whole Foods Market near the produce section, Sushi Maki Boca Raton (30 seats), which has taken over the Tavern on the Glades space, provides fast casual dining in a modern, yet comfortable setting.
The restaurant has a dedicated seating area with café-style dining, including a large bar and high-top tables.
A porch-style overhang features gray and blue tones from the stone and sky. Sushi Maki Boca Raton will offer deliveries and to-go options as well, with a special area of the restaurant dedicated to fulfilling orders.
“We can’t wait to open our doors at Whole Foods Market in Boca Raton,” explains Ng. “We are also very honored to have been named Whole Foods’ 2018 Supplier of the Year. It’s quite an honor.” Sushi Maki Boca Raton will be open seven days a week from morning to evening.
Sushi Maki is a Palm Beach County restaurant. Located at the Whole Foods Boca at 1400 Glades Road, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33431. Call 561.447.0000 for more information.
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