The Mint NY Sushi Time Plate is the sushi plate that does away with side dishes for soy, dipping sauce or wasabi. The central well is for the dipping sauce, and the plate's rim is big enough for wasabi and other condiments such as pickled ginger to be dotted around the edges. Amongst the sashimi and sushi.
The "Sushi Time Plate" is in white porcelain. It slopes inwards so excess sauce runs back to the well. It comes with two sets of lacquered cherry wood serving chopsticks which look like clock hands when in their recessed holders. Ergo the name 'sushi time'.
New York based British designer Tony Baxter invented the Sushi Time plate. He's designed for Nike, but that's not as helpful if you're hungry. Or having a chic dinner party.
· 2006 Industrial Design Excellence Award, Bronze
Dimensions : 31cm diameter , 3.5cm depth , 500gram weight