Sushirullen was founded on a mission to serve healthy and sustainable fast food to Sweden. Their Australian-style sushi rolls are now served to-go at various different outlets around Stockholm. You'll find one of their branches at Norrtullsgatan close to Odenplan.
Sushirullen believes that fast food doesn't need be unhealthy. The chain was founded in 2013, inspired by foreign travels, with a focus on health and sustainability. Sushirullen now has several outlets, including this branch in Vasastan. You'll find various kinds of sushi behind the counter of the little premises near Odenplan. Pick up a handy sushi roll, perfect for eating on-the-go, with a clear conscience. "Fast food can be healthy", is the motto here.
And it's not only fish on offer. The menu includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options and the chain is working to reduce the amount of eggs they use. Apart from salmon, rolls can include everything from teriyaki chicken to tofu and vegetables. They also offer nigiri. In order to reduce their impact on the environment, they're working to reduce their use of packaging and transportation miles. If you'd rather eat in, there are a few seats.
You can also order catering via Sushirullen.