Sushi

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Calamari Uramaki Sushi

2.4 BGN/piece
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Carrot & Cucumber
Hosomaki Sushi (Vegetarian)

1.5 BGN/piece
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Seabass Futomaki Sushi

1.8 BGN/ piece
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Shrimp Nigiri Sushi

2.15 BGN/piece
ALLERGIES & INTOLLERANCE

GLUTEN/WHEAT

A wheat allergy can be life-threatening, as some symptoms can impair breathing or cause a loss of consciousness, which is not the case with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. The symptoms of gluten intolerance are less severe than celiac disease or a wheat allergy, and people know much less about the condition.

PEANUT

Peanut allergy is a type of food allergy to peanuts. It is different from tree nut allergies. Physical symptoms of allergic reaction can include itchiness, hives, swelling, eczema, sneezing, asthma, abdominal pain, drop in blood pressure, diarrhea, and cardiac arrest. Anaphylaxis may occur.

SOYA

Soy allergy is a type of food allergy. It is a hypersensitivity to dietary substances from soy, causing an overreaction of the immune system which may lead to severe physical symptoms for millions of people. The most severe food allergy reaction is called anaphylaxis and is a medical emergency requiring immediate attention and treatment

MOLLUCS

Molluscs. Molluscs include mussels, scallops, oysters, clams, snails, periwinkles, whelks, squid and octopus. Marine molluscs and crustaceans are often collectively referred to as “shellfish”. An allergy to molluscs can be severe with a risk of anaphylaxis.

NUTS

Nuts and peanuts can cause allergic reactions, which are sometimes severe. A severe reaction to nuts is called anaphylaxis and can be life-threatening. Symptoms often start quickly, within an hour of coming into contact with a nut, and sometimes within minutes.

SESAME

But, for some people, sesame seeds and oil cause an allergic reaction. Sesame reactions can range from mild sensitivity to severe allergy. A severe allergy includes anaphylaxis, which is a life-threatening situation. … Sesame is in a variety of food products, as well as cosmetics, supplements, medication, and pet food.

CRUSTACEANS

Shellfish allergy triggers. Within the shellfish family, it is the crustacean group (shrimp, lobster and crab) that causes the greatest number of allergic reactions. Many shellfish-allergic people can tolerate mollusks (scallops, oysters, clams and mussels).

CELERY

Allergic reactions to many different vegetables have been reported, but celery, specifically celeriac (celery root) is a particularly problematic food. Symptoms of vegetable allergy are often mild and observed in the oral cavity with itching of the oral mucosa, swelling of lips, tongue and throat.

LUPIN

Lupin (sometimes called “lupine”) is a legume belonging to the same plant family as peanuts. “For many people, eating lupin or a lupin-derived ingredient, such as a flour, is safe,” says Stefano Luccioli, M.D., a senior medical advisor at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

EGGS

Eggs are one of the most common allergy-causing foods for children. Egg allergy symptoms usually occur a few minutes to a few hours after eating eggs or foods containing eggs. Signs and symptoms range from mild to severe and can include skin rashes, hives, nasal congestion, and vomiting or other digestive problems.

LACTOSE

Lactose is a type of sugar found naturally in the milk of most mammals. Lactose intolerance is a condition characterized by symptoms such as stomach pain, bloating, gas and diarrhea, which are caused by lactose malabsorption. In humans, an enzyme known as lactase is responsible for breaking down lactose for digestion.

SULPHUR DIOXIDE

Sulphur dioxide is produced naturally when wine and beer are made, and is sometimes added to wine. Anyone who has asthma or allergic rhinitis may react to inhaling sulphur dioxide. A few people with asthma have had an attack after drinking acidic drinks containing sulphites, but this isn’t thought to be very common.

FISH

Fish Allergy. While less common in the general population than other types of food allergies, an allergy to finned fish is a frequent cause of anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that appears quickly, impairs breathing and can send the body into shock.

MUSTARD

Mustard allergies are among the most severe food allergies. … The most common symptoms of mustard allergy are: itching, hives, or skin rash. trouble breathing, wheezing, and nasal congestion.

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