Endless sushi on a conveyor belt? All you can eat for mmmm well it’s not 10.99 because you’re gonna get a drink and probably give a bit of tip. It was 16 and change but the mini-rolls were pretty tasty consisting of tuna, spicy tuna, california rolls, vegetarian rolls, volcano, alaska, and several others including a bizarre “crazy monkey” roll that was banana. You are also getting some seaweed salad, cucumber salad, and crab salad. There were also some paltry dessert options that I didn’t bother with, but the kids tried.
All in all it was a fun way to load up a feast. Dan and I dished the goodies to the rest of the group. As you can see the plates pile up fast! G had an idea that he was going to eat at least 75 pieces. I don’t think he really managed that, but he gave it a valiant effort.
We’ll probably hit it once a month! I’m told at night they have some other options, and you can order specialty stuff. Check it out for a fun lunch!
KAI ! We jiu-jitsu folk spend a lot of time at Kai, located over in the Sawmill plaza near that hipster coffee joint Solas. Jiu-jitsu fuel is the specialty at Kai.
Kai is a fusion Japanese and Korean (think sushi and bulgogi) restaurant that is very affordable at lunchtime! I mean VERY affordable. The bento box is under ten bucks and you get some california roll, a salad, soup, tempura shrimp and vegies, a nice helping of bulgogi (or Galbi) with veggies and of course a heaping of rice.
Gamal here is sporting the Hwe Dup Bop, and Jen seated across from him is looking forward to jumping on those rolls. Check it out!