Now, sushi fans can find Temari Sushi as well as a Sushi Combo. These items replace the Spicy Tuna Roll and Tokyo Sushi at Kabuki.
Let’s first take a look at the side items. While the Edamame Beans have survived, the Miso Soup is no longer on the menu (though you should be able to get it up at Katsura Grill, Japan’s counter-service location).
But the big story is the updated Sushi list! Kabuki Cafe goes through menu iterations seasonally, removing several items during less busy times. But now that the Summer crowds are coming to Orlando, we all benefit from a stronger menu here — including beer, wine, and sake!
And the Sushi items qualify for a Disney Dining Plan snack credit!
We got a couple of photos from our colleague Andy Jackson at Eating (and Drinking) Around WDW of the menu items. First up, here’s the California Roll. Fresh and flavorful, this is a great one to snag as you’re wandering around the World Showcase.
Next, the new Temari Sushi. Another great snack-sized portion that will fill you up and keep you going strong on your Epcot adventures!
The Combo Sushi offers a little bit of everything. This might be a good one to share!
And, of course, you can wash it all down with a Frozen Kirin!
Thanks again to Andy Jackson at Eating (and Drinking) Around WDW for the heads up and photos!
Are you a Sushi lover? Let us know if Kabuki Cafe will be on your snack list this Summer!