Happy Maki was started to show people that sushi can be sustainable and delicious without the fish. Sushi means seasoned rice after all. Inspired by time spend on an organic pearl farm in French Polynesia, I was sushi obsessed and started researching how our demand for salmon, shrimp and tuna were affecting our oceans. It was hard hitting information and after watching "End of the Line" an idea was born and Happy Maki has now grown to support more than just our oceans. I knew I couldn't claim to be an ocean lover whilst contributing to the very thing that was destroying the oceans...eating fish


8 Pool Valley, Brighton BN1 1PN, UK

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    Days Out In Brighton

    16 Castle Boulivard


    NG7 1FL

    0208 058 9989