Karma Asian Fusion Wins ‘Best Sushi’ Award for Second Consecutive Year | Burlington

BURLINGTON – For the second year in a row, Karma Asian Fusion was awarded “Best Sushi” on the North Shore by the editors of Northshore Magazine when they were awarded “Editor’s Choice” at the BONS (Best of the North Shore) awards. 2022. Noted for its cross between Japanese flavors and French-inspired sauces and style, Karma’s sushi stands out as a unique fusion. This accolade follows the successful opening of Karma’s brand new fourth location.

Karma Burlington is located at 75 Middlesex Turnpike in the Burlington Mall. It opened in April last year as the newest of four locations in the Karma chain, which also has restaurants in Concord, Westford and Andover.

Located in the Burlington Mall, owner and chef, Iverson Guo, brings years of experience honing his North Shore sushi training. As a Japanese-trained sushi chef, Iverson spares no expense when preparing rolls for his full menu. Fusion specialties include lemon-basil salmon maki and caviar and truffle otoro.

Iverson Guo is the owner and head chef of Karma, now bringing extensive training as a sushi chef to the tables of local diners.

“After just over a year of operation, it’s humbling to be recognized for the second time by Northshore magazine for our sushi,” Guo said of this latest honor. “Moving forward, we aim to continue to evolve and grow in the industry by sharing the knowledge and experience of creating unique new dishes.”

In addition, Guo has employed a variety of master sushi chefs, the highest level of sushi chef training, with the aim of continuing to produce fresh, delicious and high-quality sushi. Karma’s cuisine offers an impressive range of authentic Cantonese dishes with a blend of Japanese flavors with French and Peruvian elements. Sushi is just one aspect of Karma’s remarkable menu. Karma patrons can stop by for a complimentary $1 Oyster Happy Hour any day of the week, and pair each meal with a unique cocktail, curated by Karma’s Beverage Director, Ben Spinney. Savor a classic Mai Tai with a fusion twist or opt for an ice-cold drink from the largest selection of traditional Japanese whiskey.

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