This is a typical belt sushi place. The sushi isn't bad. You pay by the plate. You could watch the fish being cut up. My husband asked one of the preparers for plate and was totally ignored and they were not at all busy at...More
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I waited a long time for unagi and shrimp to appear on the train. Then I was informed that I have to special order them. I could not eat both of the rice and fish together as they fell apart.
There's a great selection of sushi on the menu as well as other traditional Japanese dishes and the food was all excellent. It felt very authentic and fair priced
Price is the best thing this place has going for it. If you like good sushi this isn't the place to eat. The wasabi was in a community bowl and had soy sauce in it from the last customers sitting at our table - which...More
This is not the best place to eat sushi but to have fun. The conveyor belt is awesome and the service is excellent. Soft drinks are unlimited refills and the suhsi can be ordered if you want to. I like this place.
One of the things I asked my Localfu from Seattle for was a sushi place and this is what he recommended. I was a little wary at first because I wasn't sure if I'd like the conveyor belt thing but it was awesome! Great sushi...More
Some co-workers wanted to go to lunch here so I tagged along. I would have been better off starving. Very simply, if you like and know good sushi- avoid this horrid excuse for a sushi restaurant. This is a place for people who have never...More
Marinepolis was definitely not the best sushi we have had but buy far not the worst. Would definitely eat there again. The selection is somewhat limited, we found out later that we could order other things that weren't on the convertor belt. Watching the conveyor...More
I had never been to a conveyor belt sushi place, and I can't wait to go to another one! Very fun, very affordable, and very tasty! If there is something you don't see coming around the conveyor, order it from the worker in the middle...More
I've eaten here about five times for lunch. Most of the plates are between $1 and $3. Just watch the plates go by and consider your options. If you take a chance and don't like it, well, you are out a couple of bucks. No...More