Portland’s Mr. Tuna Gets National Recognition From Bloomberg
What started out as a hot dog cart in Portland's old Port has turned into quite a business for Jordan Rubin, owner of Mr. Tuna. Some people thought it wouldn't take off, who wants to eat sushi on the go? Turns out lots of people do. A quick look at their Facebook comments and you'll soon realize you're missing out on some of the best sushi in Portland.
It was just summer of last year when Jordan started making his sushi on the streets of downtown Portland. Since then, he's gone from a single cart to several trucks and now a brick and mortar shop in the Public Market.
Bloomberg says "the hand roll’s nori wrapper is notably crisp because Rubin keeps it warmed in an electric toaster before wrapping it around tangy rice and fatty, melt-in-your-mouth chopped fish mixed with sea salt, scallions, and potent fresh wasabi sauce."