Chotto Maki Makes Hong Kong’s First Sushi Pizza
by: The Beat Asia
December 12, 2023
At Chotto Maki, a casual Japanese joint in Hong Kong, the concept of fusion cuisine reaches new levels with the introduction of the city's first-ever sushi pizza. This innovative twist on traditional sushi showcases a creative presentation and flavour combination that is sure to captivate your taste buds.
Chotto Maki brings a refreshing take on sushi, deviating from the norms of traditional Japanese restaurants. Their sushi pizza features a unique blend of fresh seafood atop a rice-topped seaweed "pizza crust." With three enticing flavours to choose from, Chotto Maki's sushi pizza is a culinary adventure you won't want to miss.
The Sea Lover pizza boasts a delectable combination of chopped scallop, fresh salmon sashimi, edamame, and a house special sauce. For those seeking a burst of flavours, the Canadian pizza combines imitation crab meat with fresh tuna sashimi, yellow pickles, and spicy mayo. And if you're in the mood for indulgence, the Tuna N' Cream pizza offers a treat with chopped tuna, cream cheese, tamago, and a generous drizzle of truffle mayo.
Chotto Maki offers various options to suit every appetite. Each slice of sushi pizza is priced at HK$58, while a whole 12-inch pizza is available for HK$378. If you want to try multiple flavours, you can opt for a half-and-half pizza priced at HK$398.
This fusion delight brings together the best of Japanese and Italian cuisines, showcasing the creativity and culinary expertise of Chotto Maki. Whether you're a sushi enthusiast or an adventurous foodie, the sushi pizza is a must-try dish that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving for more.
Where: Chotto Maki, multiple locations across Hong Kong
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