The perfect fish for sushi

Make your own sushi - it's that easy!

The classic fish for sushi

Sushi has conquered the world from Japan in recent decades. Almost everyone in this country has probably tried the fine rice rolls by now. The number of variations is almost endless - but the untouchable classics are sushi rolls with salmon or tuna. You can find these and other fish suitable for sushi in our range.

Rohes Albacore Thunfischsteak auf Eis auf rundem Teller von oben fotografiert
Albacore Tuna Steaks


CHF 9.99*

CHF 66.60 /kg

Tuna Saku Block
Tuna Saku Block

Sashimi quality

CHF 22.99*

CHF 114.95 /kg

HONEST CATCH Thunfisch Steak auf weißem Teller


Yellowfin tuna steak

Sashimi quality

from  CHF 17.99*

Filet vom Hiramasa Kingfish auf Eis und weißem Teller
Hamachi Yellowtail Kingfish Fillet

with skin

from  CHF 22.99*

Ora King Lachsfilet mit Haut auf weißem Teller mit Eis


Ora King King Salmon Fillet

with skin

from  CHF 17.99*

Ora King Königslachsseite auf weißem Teller
Ora King king salmon side

with skin

from  CHF 94.99*

Unusual sushi fish species

For advanced sushi gourmets who are looking for something new, we also offer some more unusual fish variations. Be it firm white fish, which Japanese sushi masters have been using for centuries, or the remarkable flavors of our smoked fish. You should try these fish for your next sushi.

Räucherthunfisch mit Sesammantel, auf weißem Teller fotografiert
Smoked tuna fillet in a sesame coating


CHF 13.99*

CHF 139.90 /kg

Filets der bretonischen Sardine mit Haut auf Eis und weißem Teller
Breton sardine

ready to cook

from  CHF 8.99*

This goes perfectly with your sushi

If you want to make your own sushi, there is no way around our sauces and mayonnaises for sushi. The spicy, salty sauces harmonize perfectly with the delicate fish flavors in the sushi. Like our seafood, our products come from premium manufacturers from all over the world and are among the most exclusive of their kind.

Wasabi Mayonnaise
Wasabi Mayonnaise

CHF 7.99*

CHF 36.32 /kg

Mirin "Mikawa Original"

CHF 16.99*

CHF 113.27 /l

Soy sauce
Soy sauce "Shimousa"

CHF 14.99*

CHF 74.95 /kg

Yuasa Tamari Sojasauce in Flasche von vorne fotografiert
Yuasa Tamari soy sauce

matured in cedar wood barrels

CHF 19.99*

CHF 66.63 /l

Japanese Yuzu Vinegar
Japanese Yuzu Vinegar

CHF 15.99*

CHF 79.95 /l

Yuzu Saft von vorne fotografiert
Yuzu juice “Kitomura”

100% direct juice

CHF 18.99*

CHF 189.90 /l

The right wine for sushi should not be missing

With their refreshing aromas, our white wines and rosés go perfectly with sushi and round off your personal Japanese feast perfectly. If you want something a little more traditional, you can choose a premium sake to accompany your sushi. You can drink the famous Japanese rice wine either chilled or at room temperature.

Miraval Rose in durchsichtiger Glasflasche vor weißem Hintergrund
Miraval Rosé

from  CHF 13.99*

Markus Schneider RIesling in grüner Glasflasche
Markus Schneider Riesling 2018


CHF 29.99*

CHF 39.99 /l

Son Amaret Chardonnay, vor einem weißen Hintergrund fotografiert
Son Amaret Chardonnay Selection 2021

CHF 22.99*

CHF 30.65 /l

Sattlerhof Bio Sauvignon auf weißem Hintergrund fotografiert
Sattlerhof Organic Sauvignon 2018

Ried Sernauberg

CHF 39.99*

CHF 53.32 /l

Fußer Bio Riesling in der Glasflasche mit schwarzem Etikett
Fußer Organic Riesling 2018

Great location Reiterpfad N°1

CHF 34.99*

CHF 46.65 /l

Weinflasche mit Chardonnay
Bzikot Chardonnay 2019

Puligny Montrachet "La Rouselle"

CHF 54.99*

CHF 73.32 /l

Roll your own sushi - that's how it works

  1. STEP 1 – DEFROST FISH You receive our fish frozen. In order to maintain the sashimi quality of our products, we ask you to thaw them very gently and slowly. To do this, place the products in cold water for 15-20 minutes while still in the packaging. Then take it out of the packaging, cover it in kitchen paper and let it thaw in the fridge at 3-5 °C for several hours. Finally, take it out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature for a while. You can find further information under our defrosting instructions.
  2. STEP 2 – COOK RICE In the meantime, you can start preparing the sushi rice. To do this, rinse the rice, preferably short-grain rice, several times in a sieve under cold running water. Then put the rice in a pot with water in a ratio of 1 to 1.2. So for every cup of rice there are 1.2 cups of water. Bring the whole thing to a boil briefly and then let it simmer at a reduced temperature under a closed lid for 15 minutes until the rice has absorbed the water.
  3. STEP 3 – RICE BECOMES SUSHI RICE In a separate pot, mix rice vinegar, salt, sugar and, if desired, a dash of sake over low heat. As soon as the cooked rice has cooled down a little, mix the mixture with the rice. Finally, cover the pot with a kitchen towel so that any remaining moisture can be absorbed and allow the rice to cool before using.
  4. STEP 4 – PREPARE THE INGREDIENTS Depending on your taste, wash avocado, cucumber, carrots or other vegetables and cut into fine strips. Also cut 3-4 millimeter thin slices of the fish fillet diagonally. To do this, use a sharp knife and cut with an even movement without pressure so as not to damage the fish.
  5. STEP 5 – ROLL SUSHI Cut the nori sheet rectangularly. Wrap the bamboo mat in cling film, place the nori sheet on top and spread the cooked rice on the seaweed sheet. It is helpful to dip your fingers in cold water so that the rice doesn't stick to your fingers too much. Depending on your taste, spread a pinch of wasabi on the rice and finally place the fish and the desired vegetables parallel to the rice. Then use the bamboo mat to roll the nori sheet and rice around the ingredients and press firmly. To finish, cut the sushi roll into 2-3 centimeter wide pieces.