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Kissam Sushi: A Review

Kissam sushi is now a thing and I can’t say there’s ever been a more exciting time to be alive. I have class in Wilson almost every day, but now instead of stopping by Food for Thought to pick up a croissant sandwich and an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, I can enjoy 8 pieces of spicy shrimp with a cup of Dr. Pepper… That’s right, just 8 pieces of sushi and Dr. Pepper. Kissam sushi stared out as a great idea but, it’s all just one big scam. The Kitchen has dozens of signs saying that sushi doesn’t come with any sides except a drink or a piece of fruit. So what Vanderbilt dining services is asking me to do is pick between getting a few pieces of sushi or a full meal with a delicious, huge cookie.  Don’t get me wrong, I love sushi just as much as the next Vandy girl but I sure as hell love a good oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, too.

 

Sushi at Kissam Kitchen M-TH 11a-1p. #vandygram

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That being said, I am a true Vandy girl and despite the greatness of a giant cookie, I still get that darn sushi practically every day. They have California rolls, Philly rolls, spicy tuna, spicy shrimp, spicy salmon, and vegetarian sushi rolls from 11-3pm on Monday to Friday. So if you’re into scams, albeit a tasty scam, then make sure to stop by The Kitchen in Kissam for lunch between classes. 

Muna Ikedionwu

Vanderbilt '19

Muna is studying Medical Humanities & The Arts and Corporate Strategy at Vanderbilt University. She loves supporting small businesses, watching indie films on weekends, and can talk for hours about anything from the newest addition to her skincare routine to how the digitization of political news has changed society for the better. Her motto is "Be fearless. Be authentic. Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters."
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