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A French name for the Japanese Sushi

An increasing number of Indians are patronising food from the Orient, the foremost among which is the Japanese Sushi.

True to its multicultural and multiethnic outlook and practice, New Zealand has patronized the French, giving its famous fish John Dory a French name – St Pierre, which in turn is another name for St Peter, the Patron Saint of fishermen.

Mt Roskill is proud to have St Pierre’s Sushi Restaurant at 12 Stoddard Road.

Driven by a desire to optimize customer satisfaction, this retailer aims to improve the quality of life of people by creating exciting, tasty and healthy food.

“That is why we do what we do!” says a promotional sign-off.

Innovative Menu

St Pierre’s began in Wellington in 1984 as a seafood delicatessen. The range of products included Beluga Russian Caviar, sushi, smoked and fresh salmon, which according to customers, “was a very innovative menu at that time.”

The brand formed an alliance in 1993 with ‘Tokyo Mutual Trading Company,’ one of Japan’s largest food exporters and a pioneer of Japanese food in US.

The alliance enabled St Pierre to obtain superior cooking condiments and expertise.

“From then onwards, St Pierre’s Sushi stores started to import exclusive products from Japan, used for making sushi. Sushi was never as delicious before the alliance became possible,” a spokesman said.

The Products

St Pierre’s Sushi stores boast of the best ingredients, with fresh salmon arriving daily from Marlborough Sounds and skinned and boned on its premises.

Cooked with California short grain rice, the Sushi acquired a unique taste.

Fresh chicken for Teriyaki Chicken arrives daily, to be marinated and cooked.

St Pierre’s chefs cut cucumber, avocado and other vegetables and fruits daily to maintain freshness of Sushi.

“If your favourite Sushi flavour is sold out, we encourage you to ask our Sushi chefs to make a fresh sushi roll. We always welcome special requests,” the spokesman said.

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St Pierre’s Sushi store at 12 Stoddard Road

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