Shanghai's first ever sustainable sushi restaurant, Sushi Abuse serves up makis and nigiris without the guilt. In between Kush and Dvino, it's part of the stretch that used to include Cantine and Shoka, next to OneWellness gym.
Sushi abuse is spread over two floors, all pale wood and simple furniture. Downstairs is the sushi bar and a few tables, and upstairs is a larger dining space. The menu includes an "infinity" choice, which is all-you-can-eat for 248 RMB including a cocktail. Then there's a la carte, with imaginative Haiku-style maki rolls, nigiri, sashimi and appetizers.
Already proving popular with Jing'anites both local and foreign, it's a good addition to Shanghai's Japanese dining options.