Hashi Is True Fusion
Here’s an interesting concept to prove just how cosmopolitan Linden is. Hashi is a fusion restaurant owned by two Venezuelan masterminds. Fun, hey? Fortunately for us, this is an interesting and exciting combination that works beautifully. They do it very well, and it must stem in part from their experience working with fusion Japanese restaurants in South America and the Caribbean. It’s little things like this that make Linden such an exciting suburb in Johannesburg.
The intricate intimacy of Cuisine And Culture
At Hashi the focus is purely on the food. The restaurant boasts minimalist design with high tables and chairs as well as an al fresco setting outside. The menu blends sushi technique with exotic South American flavours, giving patrons a unique dining experience. On the night we visited, the restaurant was filled with couples and small groups of friends having a quick mid-week bite to eat.
Mains Worth Travelling For
If there is one thing absolutely every single patron visiting Hashi must order it’s the sushi. It goes without saying that their sushi is some of the best in the country and is moderately priced for the quality and presentation one receives. For mains we chose from the collection of 40 or so sushi variations, snacking on spicy crunch salmon hand rolls, prawn nigiri and crispy chicken rolls. We finished off with the soup of the day, which was chicken and sweetcorn, as well as a bowl of warming miso soup. The menu also features dishes for non-sushi lovers such as udon noodles, kingklip with lemon butter, and teriyaki pork fillet, making Hashi a great all-round option offering delicious food and quick service in an uncomplicated setting. The drinks menu brags with the usual suspects as well as saki and other popular Asian drinks. In recent time Hashi has positioned itself to to specialise in two things: sushi and seafood – things we simply adore it for.