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Conveyor Belt Sushi in Seattle - Yelp

Find the best Conveyor Belt Sushi on Yelp: search reviews of 8 Seattle businesses by price, type, or location.

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conveyer belt sushi Seattle - Yelp

2008-11-2  I'm not a huge fan of conveyor belt sushi in general, but have been to a few. Seattle --Sushiland in QA is decent, especially when it's pretty busy during lunch hours on weekdays. Blue C in Fremont offers more hot options but tend to be on the salty side. Space is a bit cramped. Eastside + south --iSushi in Issaquah is okay.

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Best sushi on Seattle's Eastside - Review of Oto Sushi ...

2013-11-17  Oto Sushi: Best sushi on Seattle's Eastside - See 51 traveler reviews, 10 candid photos, and great deals for Kirkland, WA, at Tripadvisor.

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Best conveyor belt sushi in Seattle - Review of Sushi

2013-4-29  Sushi Maru: Best conveyor belt sushi in Seattle - See 19 traveler reviews, 9 candid photos, and great deals for Seattle, WA, at Tripadvisor.

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Conveyor Belt Sushi in Bellevue - Yelp

$$ Moderate Sushi, Noodles, Conveyor Belt Sushi 1299 156th Ave NE , Bellevue, WA “ Attentive staff, really interesting and tasty nigiri flavor combinations, good prices for conveyor belt sushi.

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Belt Sushi Roll

Belt Sushi Roll Your Simple, informal, shopping center venue for conveyor belt sushi Japanese small plates. LOCATION. 16822 Twin Lakes Ave, # 101 Marysville, WA 98271. Phone. 360-652-3333. E-Mail. [email protected] Hours Mon-Sun 11A–9p. social. Last kitchen order taken at 8:30pm.

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Inside the Closure of Blue C Sushi: Huge ... - Eater

2019-9-9  The minds behind Blue C Sushi, James Allard and Steve Rosen, were two ’90s dot-com entrepreneurs based in Seattle who wanted to leave behind the seemingly endless fallout of the tech bubble burst to embark on a completely different kind of project: a restaurant. Neither had any experience in the business, but Allard spent time in Japan as a law student and “fell in love with conveyor-belt ...

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The Very Best Sushi in Seattle Seattle Met

Sushi Kashiba. The trillions who say it doesn’t get any better than this are dead on: Sushi Kashiba boasts a Pike Place Market address, a gracious room, a view of the Bay over Market rooftops, and Seattle’s original and greatest sushi chef holding forth at the south end of the sushi

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Where To Get Takeout Delivery On The Eastside -

The best part about Sushi Me, a casual spot in Bellevue, is grabbing California rolls and shumai from a moving conveyor belt. Getting these same things delivered instead isn’t the same, but you still can eat cajun-spiced seared salmon nigiri without having to wear pants, which might almost be just as fun.

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The Best Sushi Restaurants In Seattle - Seattle - The ...

2019-8-22  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.

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Sushi Tengu Restaurant - Seattle, WA OpenTable

Sushi Tengu offers a Japanese style kaiten-zushi (rotating conveyor belt) dining experience in Seattle, Washington. The menu features a full sushi and sashimi selection, including squid, salmon, tuna, octopus, scallop and other options.

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Sushi Restaurants in Seattle - Chef Seattle

2017-9-27  A listing of Sushi Restaurants in Seattle. Skip Navigation. seattle restaurants, chefs food ... Trendy sushi flows into the Eastside with Koi, a Japanese restaurant featuring classic dishes amidst crafted interiors and a giant flowing koi pond. ... this conveyor belt sushi restaurant seems to draw both fans and critics at the same time for it ...

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Genki Sushi - Sushi Restaurant - Foursquare

"some of the best cheapest conveyor belt on the Eastside" (2 Tips) "The hot tea is FREE so go ahead and ask for it" (2 Tips) ... Conveyor belt sushi! It’s pretty much as expected—not mind-blowing, but it’s good for the experience and for the price point. ... Surprisingly, they have the best chawanmushi in Seattle.

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7 Kid-Friendly Sushi Restaurants in Seattle

The sushi is great, but we think what they really love at Blue C (and what keeps them a bit distracted so that you can enjoy your meal too!) is the sushi conveyor belt – instead of your meals being delivered via server, you pick what you’d like to eat from the slow moving belt.

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Seattle Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Seattle and Eastside

The conveyor-belt sushi here means that there’s no waiting time between choosing your food and eating it—perfect for little people with big appetites. Kids love selecting their own single portions, with favorites including the California rolls, fresh fruit cups and plain tofu in sauce.

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The Very Best Sushi in Seattle Seattle Met

Sushi Kashiba. The trillions who say it doesn’t get any better than this are dead on: Sushi Kashiba boasts a Pike Place Market address, a gracious room, a view of the Bay over Market rooftops, and Seattle’s original and greatest sushi chef holding forth at the south end of the sushi bar.

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Home - Oto Sushi

2020-12-17  Oto Sushi In 2011, after working for ten years with Japanese sushi masters in San Francisco, Chef Mike Lin relocated to the Puget Sound area to open his very own "sushi-ya." Quickly recognizing a need on the Eastside for sushi that equaled or surpassed the best available in downtown Seattle, he opened the first Oto in Kirkland.

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Best Kept Secrets on the Eastside - Restaurants -

2017-5-9  Shusiman – Upper-end sushi iSushi – More reasonable, conveyor belt sushi Flying Pie – Arguably the best pizza in the region next to that great Korean BBQ restaurant Taqueria La Venadita – Tacos al Pastor! Noodle Boat – Great Thai food and deep menu Pho Hoa – Issaquah valley's only Pho option Bangalore Cuisine - Better than average ...

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Where To Get Takeout Delivery On The Eastside -

The best part about Sushi Me, a casual spot in Bellevue, is grabbing California rolls and shumai from a moving conveyor belt. Getting these same things delivered instead isn’t the same, but you still can eat cajun-spiced seared salmon nigiri without having to wear pants, which might almost be just as fun.

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5 Fun-tastic Restaurants for Seattle Teens and Tweens ...

2014-2-11  Cuisine type: Sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, edamame. Food that meanders by you on a conveyor belt is by definition fun. At Blue C Sushi the rotating selection includes freshly made sushi, tempura, chicken katsu, edamame, salads and mini-desserts. You can also order many other dishes from a menu.

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Sushi Tengu Restaurant - Seattle, WA OpenTable

Sushi Tengu offers a Japanese style kaiten-zushi (rotating conveyor belt) dining experience in Seattle, Washington. The menu features a full sushi and sashimi selection, including squid, salmon, tuna, octopus, scallop and other options.

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Sushi Restaurants in Seattle - Chef Seattle

2017-9-27  A listing of Sushi Restaurants in Seattle. Skip Navigation. seattle restaurants, chefs food ... Trendy sushi flows into the Eastside with Koi, a Japanese restaurant featuring classic dishes amidst crafted interiors and a giant flowing koi pond. ... this conveyor belt sushi restaurant seems to draw both fans and critics at the same time for it ...

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Seattle Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Seattle and Eastside

The conveyor-belt sushi here means that there’s no waiting time between choosing your food and eating it—perfect for little people with big appetites. Kids love selecting their own single portions, with favorites including the California rolls, fresh fruit cups and plain tofu in sauce.

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5 Fun-tastic Restaurants for Seattle Teens and Tweens ...

2014-2-11  Cuisine type: Sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, edamame. Food that meanders by you on a conveyor belt is by definition fun. At Blue C Sushi the rotating selection includes freshly made sushi, tempura, chicken katsu, edamame, salads and mini-desserts. You can also order many other dishes from a menu.

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Where To Get Takeout Delivery On The Eastside -

The best part about Sushi Me, a casual spot in Bellevue, is grabbing California rolls and shumai from a moving conveyor belt. Getting these same things delivered instead isn’t the same, but you still can eat cajun-spiced seared salmon nigiri without having to wear pants, which might almost be just as fun.

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Best Kept Secrets on the Eastside - Restaurants -

2017-5-9  Shusiman – Upper-end sushi iSushi – More reasonable, conveyor belt sushi Flying Pie – Arguably the best pizza in the region next to that great Korean BBQ restaurant Taqueria La Venadita – Tacos al Pastor! Noodle Boat – Great Thai food and deep menu Pho Hoa – Issaquah valley's only Pho option Bangalore Cuisine - Better than average ...

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Sushi Resturants - Seattle area - Washington (WA)

2009-10-16  Blue C sushi. It's at a few places. But if you want even cheaper conveyor belt sushi go to Sushi Land. Blue C may be fancier and nicer but they cost probably 2.5x as much and the sushi is only a little bit better than Sushi Land's which is also not bad.

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Little Tokyo: Kula Revolving Sushi Bar The Minty

2014-10-10  Kaiten sushi or conveyor belt sushi restaurants are popular because the sushi is generally cheaper. It's also novel to get your sushi by plucking dishes off a conveyor belt (or boat as it floats down a man-made moat). I've been eying Kula in Little Tokyo for a while. They're always packed. But first

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Wintergrass: Insider’s Guide to Bellevue - Eastside Eats

2010-2-25  Quick Bites to Eat: Casa D’s Taqueria – Cheap, Fast and Big Portions. 102 Bellevue Way NE – less than 5 minutes walk less than 2 blocks south of Hyatt. Blue C Sushi – Conveyor Belt Sushi ...

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Seeing Seattle. Again. - Country Life City Wife

I met my coworkers in the hotel lobby and we hopped in a cab aimlessly wandering about for a sushi place. We laughed as we stumbled upon one and had the poor cab driver pull over to let us out. We enjoyed a night out at Sushi Maru, where most of the fare delivers itself to you on a conveyor belt.

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