Tuna-Style Plant-Based Roll $2 in-Store Only (Max 2 Per Person) @ Sushi Hub (Selected Stores)

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Deal is back and seems its here to stay. Apparently started back on May 20 so surprised it hasn't been posted.

Terms & Conditions
1. Only available for in-store purchase
2. Only available at selected stores.
3. Maximum 2 rolls per person.
4. This promotion is available from 20 May 2024.
5. Different stores may offer varying products.
6. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional or third-party offers.

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Comments

  • +26

    Is it me or not, Sushi roll is getting so expensive these days. Any single chicken roll likely costs you $4 bucks!

    • +5

      I love their smoked salmon, cream cheese and avocado rolls, but it costs $5 just for one! Might as well just get a $5 feed from KFC at that point.

    • +7

      A little stand in a shopping centre would cost you $120k+ rent. How many Sushi rolls would you have to sell if they remained $2.

      • +1

        Not to mention u only have 90 mins to make the majority of the money

      • +8

        Starting any hospitality or retail business in this country is stupid. It's easy to create wealth in Australia, just remember the golden rule - property owners always win. Innovation, entrepreneurship, providing value? Nah, don't bother.

      • 60,000+

    • its called Redistribution of wealth.

    • Yeah, sushi rolls used to be a cheap way to grab something to eat. Now that they've become popular, $4 per roll is not unusual.

      • -1

        They've been popular for more than a decade now. It's now that the AUD is worthless against the USD (under 70 cents) even though they've printed so much money, thats why its increased. All transaction in the west is with USD so something has to give eventually.

    • Not wrong I miss the days of $2 rolls, they were big and fresh too.

      Paying $4 for one is absurd, but people keep paying it so soon they will be $5.

      These go Alright for the price, the 'chicken' ones were better as the texture is better.

  • +4

    I walked past a store, saw the advertisement but couldn't see any in the cabinet. Asked them and they "forgot to prepare some this morning but would I like anything else?".
    Kept walking

    • Should have asked them what other options they have for the same price.

      • +1

        For only $2, probably the soy sauce and wasabi packets.

  • -8

    🤮

  • +12

    If I was vegetarian, tuna would not be something I’d miss and want an artificial alternative for.

    • +6

      Why not? It's the taste one would miss not the fish

      • It is both the mayo and tuna that has no animal.

      • +3

        Who would miss the taste of tuna? 🤯

    • +7

      If you're not a vegetarian, why are you hypothesising about what you would or wouldn't do if you were a vegetarian? You could just do it instead of thinking about it so much.

      • +1

        If you're not a vegetarian, why are you hypothesising about what you would or wouldn't do if you were a vegetarian?

        An important part of human development is perspective-taking. It allows us to try and see things through the perspective of others.

    • +5

      I'm vegetarian, and I miss tuna :( I used to eat canned tuna so much on it's own because I thought it was yum, lol.

    • Just take a supplement for mercury ;)

  • +11

    I'm vegetarian and tried both their plant-based chicken and tuna rolls on the last $2 discount. The chicken is great, the tuna was awful. I tried to force it down but couldn't. Fake fish taste is… just weird.

    • +3

      Vegetarian here too, 100% agree with you. Not just the taste but the texture is off too. Chicken was yummy.

    • Ye I had the chicken one when it was $2 ea. Ended up buying 8 rolls at a time to share with the fam.

    • I find plant-based chicken textures really weird and difficult to get right. I actually liked the fake tuna but it was a little too wet for my liking.

      • +1

        Seitan is great pretending to be chicken. Frozen and pressed tofu too.

        • Heil Seitan

      • Is is a bit too moist, in this case.
        like everything better off making your own.
        A smashed chickpea is a typical substitute for tuna (salads etc), this stuff they could have done a little bit better.
        $2 instead of $4 is fine though.

    • Yeah I wish the plant based chicken was $2. Absolutely great texture on that one.

  • +1

    This promo comes and goes a bit. I tried a couple yesterday - they're okay, but definitely not something I'd pay the full price for.

    • +2

      waiting for the plant based chicken one to come back

      • +1

        Same- didn't mind the chicken but tuna was just too salty and a gluggy eat. Will only buy if I need a quick snack and have no better alternatives.

        • Yea it tastes like soggy blended V2 mince

  • +13

    We might be in the minority, but we actually enjoyed the plant based tuna the last two times we bought it. For $2 it's definitely a good deal!

    • +5

      Why on earth is someone downvoting you for saying you tried something and liked it?? Here have an upvote

  • +1

    tried it, it wasn't bad value for $2.

  • +3

    I'm waiting for the day when they make tuna-based plants. then I might actually eat my salads,

    • Might be too late for you to experience that…

  • Tastes more like lentils than anything. It's bearable with sauce as long as you don't let the texture turn you off. Worth $2 but no more

  • +1

    wouldn't eat them if they paid me $2. they're disgusting

  • Not great. Smells like canned tuna but the texture and taste is off.

  • +1

    I tried this last time and it taste awful, never again.

    • -6

      Of course. They also love to tell you that you're the one eating the wrong things.

      • +6

        deal: here's some veg food for cheap
        non-veg person 1: this is for people who eat crap
        non-veg person 2: of course it's for people who eat crap, and we the non-vegs are being judged and persecuted!

        ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

        A meme is born.

        • -6

          tuna "style" plant based food - no info on what the said food is, is it even food?
          here eat some chalk and save the planet instead
          I bet who ever eats this has her/hers etc pronouns next to their name

          • +3

            @botchie: Look at you, the world vs botchie, specifically.

            Such a special person!

          • +2

            @botchie: KFC doesn't list their ingredients either, who knows what they pump into the chicken.

            • +1

              @Gehirn: yeah but it doesnt taste like ass

              • @botchie: It literally could be, but you don't know from the ingredients.

                So you have tried it?

                • @Gehirn: yeah, ass is not salty

                    • +7

                      @Gehirn: It was never about taste or ingredients.

                      It's about that fragile person being uncomfortable seeing a "plant-based tuna" product.

                      • -4

                        @pizzaguy: im sorry - my iq is not high enough to understand plant based tuna - wouldn't just plant based sushi suffice ?

          • +6

            @botchie:

            I bet who ever eats this has her/hers etc pronouns next to their name

            Not even trying to hide your agenda, hey?

        • +5

          Yep it's always the vegans shouting about their dietary choices huh

    • +4

      you're the type that gets angry at retail workers aren't you

  • -1

    I would have have no qualms about eating them but prefer an honest name - 'Flavoured Processed Plant Sushi'.

    • is it even plant thought? what plant is it? I couldn't find any info, is this not a requirement?
      could be carboard and by the comments here, its what it tastes like apparently

    • +1

      It already is honest - it's flavoured like tuna. Do you think chicken salt should also make this change?

  • +8

    Too bad this deal doesn't include popcorn, it's needed for the comments section every time this gets posted.

    • +2

      Relatively few people offended by this deal so far…

    • +5

      It's always fun to watch the proud and opinionated "anything that is a deal, is a deal, even if it's something you don't like" people start doing wild gymnastic routines when the 'anything' in that sentence is a vegetarian or vegan product.

  • +1

    fake tuna sushi is very William Gibson cyberpunk

  • -6
    • +1

      because deep-fried potatoes and sushi are the exact same thing?

      • -4

        well no - potatoes are tasty and this thing you call sushi should be illegal

        • +3

          You're clearly not welcome with you comments, multiple people already ridicule you in the other thread.

          You'll just keep stirring shit, won't you?

          • -1

            @pizzaguy: why is your name pizzaguy when you cant eat the real pizza

            • @botchie: hey hey, leave pizzaguy alone. Nothing wrong with plant sushi.

            • @botchie: I'm just here to feed trolls like you.

              And watch you being upset about people eating things…

              Kids these days!

              • -4

                @pizzaguy: lol, im not upset
                I come here to stir Tesla owners and vegans, makes my day

  • +3

    Missed this the last time. Thanks OP

  • anyone know what plant are they're based on? same a the subway tuna? soylent green?

    • +3

      Plant-based tuna ingredients: Soy, Wheat, Canola Oil, and Algae Oil

  • These have no no real flavour and the texture of mush. You have been warned. I would not eat them if they were free.

    My opinion.

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