One Two Three Sushi opens Feb. 12 on the second floor of the IDS Tower overlooking the Crystal Court.
It is the second restaurant concept designed by its parent company, Sushi Avenue. Sushi Avenue started as a catering company that provided prepared meals to upscale supermarkets, corporations, restaurants, and institutional food service organizations.
Sushi Avenue's first restaurant concept, Masu Sushi and Robata, opened in 2011 in northeast Minneapolis and at the Mall of America in 2012. They decided to open One Two Three Sushi to “to fill a much needed void in the fast casual quick‐service environment,” according to a statement released by Sushi Avenue.
The 736-square-foot restaurant will only have room for 16 people to dine-in. Instead, it will be primarily focused on takeout and to-go orders. Customers will be able to completely customize their sushi, selecting the ingredients they want as they move along a service line.
Several set options will also be available for grab‐and‐go or immediate order. On top of sushi, there will also be several hot food options, including three different ramen bowls and four different options for steamed buns.
Menu items all fall between $5.99-$8.99, but there are upgrades that can take the total higher. Sushi Avenue is actively looking at expanding to more locations around the Twin Cities metro, but has no concrete plans at this time.