Founded by husband and wife Robert and Teresa Ly in 2011, Sus Hi Eatstation has grown and spread across Central Florida to now five restaurants. From their first location right by UCF to the Altamonte Springs, Millenia, and Lake Nona locations – now arrives – the fifth location on East Colonial Drive in the Mills 50 District.

A bonus – the East Colonial location will be open until 2 AM on the weekends for those craving late night sushi munchies.

Teresa and Robert Ly

Using high-quality ingredients, classic cooking techniques, and a distinctive Ninja theme, they set out to “build a fun ninja community for creativity and passion to thrive through food, love, and family.”

The East Colonial location, which opened in early March 2019, pays respect to its Mills 50 neighborhood with a beautiful mural designed by artist Sabien T. Willis of ArtBySabien and featuring iconic locations throughout Orlando, as well as the four other Sus Hi Eatstation locations.

Sus Hi Eatstation features rolls, bowls, and wraps, as well as sushi burritos. Proteins include everything from salmon to tuna to steak and tempura shrimp and tofu. Some more colorful ingredients include bacon and cheese, as well as edamame and tempura flakes. The possibilities are endless.

Here is a Look Inside the New Sus Hi Eatstation on East Colonial:

Sus Hi Eatstation – East Colonial
1830 E Colonial Dr
Orlando FL, 32803
(407) 652-6200
SUN-THUR 11:00am – 10:00pm
FRI-SAT 11:00am – 2am
https://sushieatstation.com/