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SushiMonger artworkSushiMonger
Alex Rybkin

Price: $1.99
Release Date: October 17, 2008

SushiMonger is your guide to the world of sushi.

Never again stare at the list of Japanese names on the menu, not knowing what to get! SushiMonger gives you a large list of sushi with pictures and English translations, so you see and understand what to order. SushiMonger already contains a wealth of tasting notes and information about sushi culture, but you can rate the sushi you eat and write your own tasting notes too.

We love sushi, so making this application was a labor of love for us. Come share our passion for this culinary art form.


- Convenient list format with pictures on the front page, so you don't have to dig around to find them
- Full 5 star rating system. Rate sushi with 4 or 5 stars and it will automatically appear in the Favorites list.
- Japanese names, English translations, our tasting notes, and fun facts on sushi culture are provided
- You can write your own tasting notes
- Convenient groupings of sushi for your convenience, like vegetarian, shellfish, cooked sushi, or raw sushi.

SushiMonger has most sushi you will find in a sushi restaurant, but this is just the beginning. We will be adding more items as we find them.

© Alex Rybkin


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