English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 19 reviews)
“Super Kid Friendly!”
The food here is decent, for the price. Unfortunately, you can only order so much at a time, before you simply have to wait during dinner hours. Lunch time it seems to not be as bad. Gave it four stars, because it's fun for the kids. Every five plates you get, there's a little on screen cartoon with... a chance to win a capsule prize. They also have kid friendly food, like french fries, and hamburger sushi.
Visited January 2016
“Cheap and fast (once you get your table)”
Although you may have to wait for a little while to get your table, Kura offers fast sushi at a very good price. The variety is there and the English menu help adds to the experience. The kids love the Sushi-go-rounds and this is probably one of their more favorites. I think it is because the prizes... that you can get. You "feed" the system your plates and every fifth plate initiates a game on the video screen and if the hero wins you get a prize from the hopper above your table. The kids love it and we love getting out of the restaurant many times for less than $8 per person.
Visited October 2015
“Fun And Cheap first Experience with Sushi Go Round”
Our party of 4 adults and 2 kids only paid $40, that only made it a better experience. The food was fresh and delicious. There are three ways to get foods, soups arrive by hand, common options via the go round and custom orders via an upper track bullet train. The kids loved it and the adult...s enjoyed the variety of options.
Visited September 2015
“Great Sushi experience for the kids!”
I took the whole family here for a first-experience with a Sushi-Go-Round. The staff speak enough English to be very helpful, and they now have English menus to handout before finding your table. There are plenty of non-fish items available (which is good, considering half my family won't eat fish).... The thing that makes this Sushi-Go-Round stand out from others is that it is geared towards families with small children. There is a slot in the table for returning empty plates. Every 5 plates makes the ordering screen at the table play a little video, where a main character either "wins" or "loses." If they win, a small toy will dispense above the table. On several occasions, groups without children have been kind enough to give their prizes to my children. There is a free parking lot on the premises. During the busiest times (peak dinner hours) expect to wait for a parking spot and a table. Restaurant is cash only.
Visited October 2013