Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Sushi Quotes from famous authors such as Robyn Hitchcock, Les Claypool, James Geary, Katie Piper, Jimmy Fallon. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
After Nashville sushi and a long debate on Bob Dylan, we went into Woodland Studios at 10 pm that night for a look around, and jammed for 5 hours solid.
You know, there are times when you play a song over and over and over and you get a little tired of it and you let it sit for a while. It’s like, you may love eating sushi, but if you eat it every single day, you’re going to get a little tired of it.
Aphorisms are food for thought – like sushi, they come in small portions that are both delicious and exquisitely formed. And, like sushi, I can never get enough.
I have managed to conquer my fear of fire one fish at a time. I’ve gone from eating sushi to prawns, to baking sea bass fillets.
L.A., it’s nice, but I think of sunshine and people on rollerblades eating sushi. New York, I think of nighttime, I think of Times Square and Broadway and nightlife and the city that never sleeps.
Tuesday nights are sushi nights, so we go out then.
In Japanese sushi restaurants, a lot of sushi chefs talk too much.
We grew up in Texas. We ate fried chicken and steak all the time. I didn’t eat sushi until I was 24.
I literally order sushi, watch ‘Law & Order,’ and go to sleep at 9 o’clock every night. I’m a grandmother.
You know how kids dream of being soccer players or actors? Well, my dream was to be a sushi chef.
People who live in North Korea, they die for food, but living in the free world, the cat even eats expensive sushi.
I’m into the food in Vegas. I’m willing to go to nice restaurants for sushi and stuff like that.
In general I love to eat anything. I enjoy anything that is well prepared, a good spaghetti, lasagna, taco, steak, sushi, refried beans.
The iPhone is like ‘omakase’, the style of sushi where the chef chooses what you’re going to eat, and might even tell you how to eat it – no wasabi allowed on this, no soy sauce allowed on that. Definitely no California rolls.
In my generation, there was no sushi school, no cooking school, so people have to learn from working.
Think of the sushi trend that started in the ’80s. It was as much about the Nintendo entertainment system in your living room as it was about the availability of good-quality raw fish. The Japanese food trend rose as the world of Japanese business and culture was becoming a bigger part of American life.
I think that without sushi there would be no David Hasselhoff, because sushi is like the perfect way of describing the insides of David Hasselhoff. He is like a protein, clean and easy. That’s how I feel about myself.
A sushi chef has to spot the best-quality fresh fish instantly.
One of my favorite things to make is homemade sushi. I know how to make the rolls and it’s really fun to do.
I’m a big sushi fan.
You come to these thresholds in your life where you need to remember why you do what you do, to reconnect with yourself. When I look back at something like ‘Raw Like Sushi,’ I think I was very much in the right place at the right time.
I don’t like venison or sushi – I don’t want to eat what some people think are ‘luxurious’ foods.
I love sushi!
I keep my diet simple by sticking to mostly fruits and vegetables all day and then having whatever I want for dinner. I end up making healthy choices, like sushi or grilled fish, because I feel so good from eating well.
Sushi is taking over the world. It’s like pizza: you can get it everywhere.
I love sushi. A well made roll with just enough vinegar tang has always been a lifesaving post-bourbon remedy for me.
What I do gorge on is sushi. This is the only dish I don’t mind overindulging in.
The place that I always come for the best Sushi in Delhi is Sakae Sushi at the Ambience mall, Vasant Kunj.
A lot of people who like sushi don’t really like raw fish or seaweed.
Although, I didn’t really like sushi until I moved out to L.A.
For real sushi lovers, Sushi MiKasa will prove to be what’s been missing from the Miami dining scene.
I never want to make one type of music. You wouldn’t just eat sushi for the rest of your life – there’s so much more food.
I had eel at a sushi bar once; it’s disgusting. I thought it was chicken. It looked like chicken. It was brown and looked delicious, and I was like, ‘That looks safe.’ It wasn’t.
In LA, I live on sushi or salad.
Asking Siri where the nearest sushi bar is – that’s not interesting. What’s interesting is asking your phone where one of your friends have last had dinner in the neighborhood, or having it recommend a cool paella place in Barcelona because it knows you eat paella all the time at home.
I’m not making art, I’m making sushi.
Just remember the letter ‘S’: salads, stir fries, scrambles, soups, smoothies and sushi. You can’t go wrong with the letter ‘S.’
I am a dichotomy of tastes. I’m big on water, and I do a protein drink in the morning, but then I eat off the kids’ menu after that. So, there’s only like six foods I like. I like quesadillas. I like hamburgers. I like sushi. I like pizza, PB&J, or breakfast any time of the day.
I’ve actually always been a big fan of seafood. Sushi is one my favorite things.
Weddings have become an expression not just of our desires but also our ambitions, and so more and more the food at weddings is like the food everywhere else, with the ingredients parsed for purity and the preparation praised for ingenuity and the sushi chef standing where the carving table used to be.
People forget that in early 1970s, there were 3 sushi bars in New York City. Three. Three. Think about that. Now, there is sushi in… I’ve eaten it – there is sushi at gas stations in Middle America.
I love to eat sushi, and, you know, those flavors and wasabi and really eating spoonfuls of it… I would just mix it and put it on everything, literally.
Jiro Ono serves Edo-style traditional sushi, the same 20 or 30 pieces he’s been making his whole life, and he’s still unsatisfied with the quality and every day wakes up and trains to make the best. And that is as close to a religious experience in food as one is likely to get.
I love sushi.
I play golf, but sometimes it’s so un-relaxing, I have to play tennis to wind down. Now that I think about it, this process is sort of like when I go out for sushi and have to get a slice of pizza afterward.
You’ll always find me at a good sushi spot. Once, at a restaurant, a cook came out from the kitchen and asked for a picture with me. That was flattering.
The only restaurants in which you’re actually happy to be served your entree are the restaurants that serve entrees ungarlanded by Chef’s ambition – sushi joints and steakhouses.
BottleRock has these incredible VIP cabins where a chef is preparing sushi for you in your cabin or lounge decorated by Restoration Hardware.
My ideal night would probably be a dope outfit, people that I love around me. Go to get some dinner, have some amazing food. Maybe sushi or Italian: I love both.
Everyone in L.A. loves sushi, and I don’t understand it at all.
I remember my first acting class: I was like, ‘That’s it.’ If I know that I want to do something then I’m going to do it and there’s no stopping me, whether it’s if I want to take a movie part or don’t, or eat sushi for lunch or don’t. There’s always a very clear goal. Once I figure out what I want that’s it.
Making sushi is an art, and experience is everything.
I want a house with a garden, but slap bang in the centre of London. Next door to a sushi bar.
I do have very high customer service standards – I’d send back sushi because it’s too fishy.
There are some things, like sushi, that I’ll still choose white for, because its flavor is so unobtrusive. But I actually prefer the nutty intensity of brown rice in stir-fries, grain bowls, and as my go-to grainy side dish.
I’ve always worked with my partner, my husband, Cameron, since ‘Raw Like Sushi,’ and in a way, I feel very free with what I do, but he also has an amazing insight in having intuitions that tend to be right a lot of the time, about where we should go next.
I think I might become a pescatarian. I love sushi, couldn’t give it up.
I’ve sat in sushi bars, really fine ones, and I know how hard this guy worked, how proud he is. I know you don’t need sauce. I know he doesn’t even want you to pour sauce. And I’ve seen customers come in and do that, and I’ve seen him, as stoic as he tries to remain, I’ve seen him die a little inside.
I’m always interested in finding the new trend. If you love pizza every day, after 22 years of eating pizza, you want to try sushi.
Mexican, Mediterranean, Italian, sushi, I love it all. Put it on a plate, and as long as I know what it is, I will eat it.