Newer Sushi Bar “Rolling” Along in Fort Lee

Opened just before the new year, Moru Maki is Fort Lee’s new trend-driven hand roll bar. The restaurant aims to “combine modern Japanese cuisines with trends to provide familiar but new food and experiences.”

Look for the taco-style Open Face Maki made from seaweed wrapped around rice and a variety of fillings. Creamy scallop, shrimp tempura, yellow tail, spicy salmon, and their signature Moru Poke hand rolls are just some of the options on the menu (Online Ordering)

The restaurant also offers Seiro Mushi, a mix of meats like pork belly and brisket with vegetables steamed together in a cypress wood box. In addition, there are dishes like Moru Don (their twist on chirashi), fresh salmon & avocado tartar, and sashimi bibimbab, plus big plates like pork cutlet on the menu.


Moru Maki is open six days a week from 12:pm to 2:30pm for lunch and 5pm to 10pm for dinner (closed Mondays) and is BYOB.

Moru Maki
1629 Schlosser St
Fort Lee, NJ

[photo source: Moru]


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