Of the 92 cards, eight are dealt to 3 to 6 players. The dealer becomes the first Sushi Chef. The Sushi Chef will roll the 4 dice. The other players then look to see if they have 4 cards in their hand which match the 4 sushi that show on the dice.
If so, that player says 'Order Up!' If the cards match, then they are set aside with each card counting as one point towards the final score. If they don't match, they are discarded, along with a penalty of the same number of cards from their previously scored pile of cards, if any. They then draw back to 8 cards.
If 2 or more players say Order Up at the same time, the Sushi Chef decides who was first. There is only one winner per round. The Sushi Chef also settles any and all other disputes that may arise during this round.
If, after a few seconds, nobody has said Order Up, the Sushi Chef removes any one die, and the players again get the chance to say Order Up. If nobody can match the 3 dice, then the Sushi Chef removes a final die leaving 2 sushi for players to try to match. If nobody can, then the next player becomes Sushi Chef for a new round. Any cards used to win a round go into that player's point pile. The winner redraws back to 8 cards.
After each round, the next player becomes the Sushi Chef. When all of the cards have been drawn, there is a final round.
In addition to the 13 cards of each of the 6 sushi, there are additional special cards and rules.
Once each game, a player may shuffle their hand into the draw pile and take 8 new cards.
The 5 Wild Wasabi cards act as wild cards and may used as a substitute for any other sushi card to match a roll. More than one may be used by the same player.
The 3 Sushi Elimination cards are played against another player. You take a random card from their hand. then add it and the elimination card to your point pile. Neither of you replenish your hands until you win an Order Up.
The 3 Sushi Steal cards are played to steal a winning Order Up. You add them to your point pile, unless another player plays another sushi steal card on you. They replenish as usual for winning.
The 3 Stinky Sushi cards are played to discard a winning Order Up, so that nobody gets those points. They replenish as usual for winning.
This appears to be a game with rather simple rules for ages 6 and older.