I went there on a week end of a public holiday: The sushis are good and fresh, they had good & fresh salmon togehter with avocado, there were even some with salmon and caviar eggs. The rest of the food going round the Kaiten (a rotating conveyor belt) was of a good variety. although it is the typical chinese restaurant "converted" into a japanese one, though not recommended for strict lovers of high class japanese food. I myself am fond of good japanese food, don't get me wrong, but this one, among the many others scattered all over Barcelona, is quite a good one. The funniest part was to see desserts dishes "travelling" togehter with main course dishes on the belt. One good point: one of the desserts was a nice big fried dumpling filed with sweet pumking, sprinkled with sesam seeds. The other "dim-sum" style apetizers were tasting good too, especially the ones withshrimps and the salmon skewer. The stuff was extremely busy, but for sure, they could be firendlier, this is pitfall comonly found in many other chinese restaurants.
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