Honestly, I can't tell you enough how much I love sushi. It's my go-to food, whenever. Literally whenever. All the time. Constantly. Which is probably not good - although consuming as much sushi as I do definitely satisfies the craving, eating all that raw fish is probably not the best of ideas.

Which is (one of the many reasons) why I'm so incredibly grateful that vegan sushi exists. Admittedly, vegan sushi sounds a little bit contradictory. But, trust me, friends - it's awesome.

Sushi Momo Vegan (4669 Rue Saint-Denis) has been serving up delicious vegan sushi to Montrealers for a while now, from their shop on Duluth. However, if you're planning on getting one of their delicious and completely vegan sushi rolls, you might be a little amiss to find that they're no longer there.

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Instead, Sushi Momo has reopened in a new location on Montreal's St. Denis Street. They're set to open up at their brand new, bigger location on Friday, April 1, according to their Facebook page. What does this mean for you? Well, friends, it means that Sushi Momo's will now be a lot more centrally located, and a lot bigger - so you can enjoy one of their signature vegan sushi rolls (featuring jack fruit, mock shrimp, marinated bamboo, and more) with total convenience.

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If this sounds like the best news you've heard all week, don't forge to follow Sushi Momo Vegan on Facebook, and check out their announcement right here:

Nous réouvrons ce vendredi, au 4669 Saint-Denis; dans notre toute nouvelle location. Voici un petit aperçu du nouveau...

Posted by Sushi Momo vegan on Thursday, 31 March 2016

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