belt sushi & roll,your local, family-owned and operated kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi restaurant. phase 3 hours dine-in @50% capacity 12pm-9pm 7 days a week takeout only.genki well-armed for conveyor-belt sushi war | the seattle,lower queen anne has a new conveyor-belt sushi restaurant, genki sushi, which recently opened across the street from marinepolis sushi land. genki has.conveyor belt sushi! - review of sushi land, tukwila, wa,sushi land: conveyor belt sushi! - see 42 traveler reviews, 7 candid photos, and great deals for tukwila, wa, at tripadvisor..japanese in seattle / top sushi restaurant near you / ten,the master sushi chef and owner of ten sushi, shinichiro takahashi, was born and raised in aizu wakamatsu, a small town in the fukushima region of japan. for 20 years, he has committed his focus and energy working in the kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi industry, five of those years being here in the usa..
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don't go to sushi maru at northgate mall. ten sushi in queen anne is good for conveyor belt sushi but isn't spectacular in quality, a large step from sushi maru for sure though. tengu sushi is another one by the movie theater in northgate but i haven't been there. it looks busy in the evenings
whether you’d like a typical sit-down restaurant or want a conveyor belt experience, ten can cater to you. at their second location in chinatown, they host japanese language meet-ups, movie nights, and sushi-making courses. this spot has a variety of rolls and nigiri for only $2.99. location: 500 mercer street, seattle phone: 206-453-3881
blue c sushi is on an excellent roll with conveyor-belt delivery penelope corcoran , seattle post-intelligencer restaurant critic jun 30, 2005 updated: march 31, 2011 12:37 a.m.
sushi-rama is fast, fresh, fun conveyor-belt sushi concept from denver restaurateur chef jeff osaka. kaiten sushi quite literally means “sushi go round!”. it’s a popular japanese way of dining that puts food on an actual conveyor belt that moves sushi all around the restaurant. all you have to do is grab what looks tasty and give it a try.
a chain of conveyor belt sushi restaurants established in japan. it's technology became popular among locals in hawaii and later expanded to california and washington. genki sushi usa - fresh sashimi, sushi, zensai and makimono.
sushi conveyor belts are very popular not only in japan, but recently in europe and the united states. commonly known as sushi go round or sushi trains, these conveyor belts are very popular in sushi fast-food joints. as the name suggests, sushi is placed on a rotating conveyor belt and it goes around the restaurant, passing by every table or person at the bar.
marinepolis sushi land | cheapest sushi in seattle. if you know tim and me, you know that we could eat sushi every single day of the week. we love it! one of our favorite places to each sushi is marinepolis sushi land, because it is the cheapest sushi in seattle. the conveyor belt style sushi joint offers decent sushi at a killer, cheap price.
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aa sushi in jaunita (kirkland, wa) is a different story. when you first walk in, you don’t get that overwhelming smell of fish that you normally smell when walking into a standard conveyor belt style sushi place; that smells like the sushi has been sitting out for hours.
gen x chronicle’s visit to seattle continued with a trip to sushi land, a conveyor belt sushi chain that has locations around the world. conveyor belt sushi is a unique innovation that started in japan, and it involves pieces of raw fish whirring around a conveyor belt in front of diners.
seattle is lucky to have three different establishments specializing in conveyor belt sushi, some with multiple locations. they are sushi land, blue c sushi, and genki sushi.
way-better-than-usual conveyor-belt sushi at ten sushi near seattle center have you ever been to a genki sushi? it's a multinational japanese conveyor-belt
decent kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi. no one will pretend that sushi land is real gourmet sushi. it is not the kind where you sit at the sushi counter and watch in awe as a master wields his knife and slices gorgeous slivers of beautiful raw fish, laying it oh-so-artfully on a handcrafted oval of rice.
queen anne has a ton of sushi spots, from casual takeout places to restaurants that specialize in conveyor belt sushi, and even somewhere that’s licensed to serve poisonous pufferfish. the best sushi in the neighborhood, however, is at moontree sushi & tapas.
blue c sushi shuts down five seattle-area restaurants originally published january 8, 2019 at 1:05 pm updated march 26, 2020 at 9:38 am blue c sushi popularized the conveyor-belt
blue c sushi is another conveyor belt style of sushi bar – but unlike any i’ve seen before – each dish is well-labeled below the dish – assisting diners – but also conveying to the chefs which items need replenishing. (i’ve had my item labeled, but the label comes with the food – and thus there are no indications to the chef.)
at blue c sushi, a seattle-based chain which recently opened in the hollywood arclight complex, kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi doesn't get much more futuristic. inspired by
the local restaurant chain helped popularize the conveyor-belt sushi concept around seattle, where plates of spider rolls and other sushi rotate past dining tables on a conveyor belt, allowing
the other tenant will be genki sushi, an outlet of a kaiten (via conveyor-belt) sushi that is very popular in hawaii. they already have a seattle location in lower queen anne, but this is their first offering on the hill. is vi bacchus (strange name for a japanese place perhaps an ode to leftover decorations from la spiga), which is only a block away too far a walk for seattle central students?
kura sushi, a publicly traded chain with around 400 restaurants in japan and two dozen more scattered across the u.s., is moving into chinatown. washington business journal reports that the company, known for automizing service and kitchen prep with conveyor belts and sushi-making robots, has posted job ads for human positions listed at 614 h street nw.
i’d happily recommend hanamaru to anyone looking for good sushi in tokyo and now that its ginza branch is open, it’s even better. this is conveyor belt sushi that renders a visit to a michelin-starred sushi-ya unnecessary for the most part, especially as i could eat almost 12 times at hanamaru for the cost of a single meal at the loftier restaurants (jpy 2,500 which is around usd 25 left
this is kaiten-sushi, the conveyor belt sushi that's ubiquitous in japan. options are limited near the space needle and seattle center, so it fills up at peak lunch hour—then clears out fast.
4. o’sushi. 2850 se 82nd ave., no. 2, and other metro-area locations, 503-777-7914. don't worry, it's not irish. situated next door to beloved asian grocery fubonn, o'sushi is your best go-round
a typical conveyor-belt place; as small plates of sushi, salads, noodle dishes, and sweets chug past, grab the ones you want. your total will be calculated based on
the dishes circulating on the conveyor belt are both hot and cold, and not always sushi–some desserts and specialty drinks are thrown into the mix, too. often the restaurant will offer the option to place special orders, but with such a varied choice of dishes winding it’s way right past your seat, it will be impossible to not grab something off of the sushi conveyor belt–which is the
upscale sushi eatery -- with conveyor belt -- to open at columbia center mall by loretto j. hulse, tri-city herald november 10, 2011 12:00 am ,
so the restaurant does try to be trendy and “cool” with its conveyor belt sushi, but honestly the sushi was average to subpar. and this is compared to dallas sushi which is no where near a body of water. i was expecting better from seattle. the yellowtail and tuna sashimi were a bit on the chewy side.
disclaimer. ten sushi is not a high-end sushi restaurant, but is casual kaiten sushi, a fun conveyor belt style sushi place. all you need to do is look at what is coming to you on the belt and pick it up and enjoy it. but that’s where the casual dining experience ends at ten.