SanSai is a favorite for Japanese food made fresh and fast! Sansai’s goal is “to be known and recognized as the defining standard for the best tasting, highest quality, most convenient and freshest in Japanese fast-casual cuisine.” That may be a lofty goal, but they’ve certainly set themselves up to succeed!
Located throughout Southern California, SanSai offers a variety of signature salads, grilled choices, succulent seafood and sushi made with the freshest ingredients and designed to be a quicker and less expensive option for people on the go. SanSai can be a great choice no matter your diet or budget. Dressings are made from scratch and MSG and other preservatives are off the menu too!
Try something new today that won’t put a dent in your budget or diet. Healthy Dining’s dietitians have worked closely with the team at SanSai to feature several diet-friendly choices like these on HealthyDiningFinder:
Grilled Salmon Salad Health experts recommend including several servings of fish in your diet each week, especially fatty fish like salmon, loaded with omega 3s. What better way to get your recommended dose than this Signature Oriental Salad tossed with house-made honey mustard vinaigrette (included in analysis posted on HealthyDiningFinder.com) and topped with savory grilled salmon.
Rainbow Roll When you’re craving a classic sushi roll, opt for a dietitian pick like this at SanSai. This California roll is topped with fresh tuna, salmon, tilapia and boiled shrimp then garnished with green onions and masago.
Chicken Breast Plate If you’d rather skip the seafood, SanSai also offers a variety of tempting choices without fish. This chicken breast is marinated overnight, grilled to perfection then garnished with sesame seeds and green onions. Steamed rice, a fresh vegetable skewer, and choice of two signature salads served on the side round out the meal. Analysis posted on HealthyDiningFinder.com includes Oriental Salad with Dressing and Tomato Cucumber Salad with Dressing as choice of salads. Request no teriyaki sauce on the chicken. Each 1.5 oz. of dressing will add 100 calories, 0g fat, and 420 mg sodium.
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