Gunkan or “Battleship” in Japanese is a typical Japanese way of serving ingredients which would be difficult to serve on top of a nigiri.

They are usually made by wrapping a piece of “nori” (dry, crispy seaweed) around a shari (ball of rice)  with plenty of space left on top to fill it with different ingredients, such as seafood (often uncooked), vegetables, and occasionally tropical fruits. 

Styles of this sushi type and their presentation are varied widely. Sushi Club Hurghada offers you different kinds of gunkans.

with fried Salmon in spicy Japanese sauc..
with fried Salmon in spicy Japanese sauc.....
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