How Do You Roll? brings sushi rebellion to Marina del Rey

MARINA DEL REY, Calif.— The custom sushi shop, How Do You Roll?, plans to be rolling in Marina del Rey by the end of February.  The restaurant will be located at 4730 Lincoln Blvd., giving area sushi fans an opportunity to join the sushi rebellion by creating their own rolls with unique ingredients.

“The concept is exciting,” said Brad Wayne, franchise owner. “And I’m excited to bring delicious sushi rolls that are healthy and satisfying to the community at a reasonable price.”

How Do You Roll? offers a modern twist to the traditional Japanese cuisine. Upon entering the restaurant, consumers follow a line and build their own sushi rolls with many unique ingredient choices. Rolls are served in ten pieces and the average meal costs $8 to $11.

Because guests have complete control over their rolls, How Do You Roll? accommodates many dietary needs such as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan.  Additionally, there are many combinations that are low-calorie. Newcomers to sushi, and those who shy away from raw fish, will be surprised to find chicken and beef, whereas sushi aficionados can enjoy more typical-to-sushi options.

 About How Do You Roll?

Founded in Austin, Texas, by brothers Yuen and Peter Yung, How Do You Roll? is an Asian fast-casual franchise that began in 2008.  How Do You Roll? leads the sushi revolution as the first build-your-own-roll restaurant. There are currently seven locations open in Texas and two in Arizona. How Do You Roll? prides itself on furthering cultural fusion, encouraging consumer creativity and offering a variety of healthy foods.

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Brittany McGee

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