The concept of Sushi-Go-Round/Revolving Sushi is amazing: fast, fresh, healthy, and relatively cheap. Basically, you sit at a bar while plates of nigiri, sashimi, and rolls move past you on a conveyor belt. You grab whatever you feel like eating. At the restaurant that my mom took us to, the plates were $1 each, but at other places, the plates are color coded corresponding to prices. If you don’t see anything you like, there’s also a menu of made-to-order food.
The food at this particular sushi-go-round was so-so. The miso soup was rich and filled with large chunks of fish (sorry no photos) and the salmon nigiri was quite delicious. However, one of my orders (was it tuna? or maybe yellowtail?) was really disappointing. The highlight for me, though, was the design. I loved that there was a water spigot every couple of seats that dispensed hot water for tea, the little trash tub that kept things orderly, and the cute container for chopsticks.