Not overly impressed with this Kaiten Sushi and the prices are quite high for their offerings. Besides the token tuna or salmon plate most plates appeared to have been "invented" for western tastes and looked as though they had been assembled without care as many looked quite messy and thrown together. It was definitely not an authentic experience however have noticed that anything in Australia can be called sushi these days as long as its served on a conveyor belt. Quite expensive given the poor quality. Disliked other patrons taking off lids or entire plate then putting them back on the conveyor belt, a big no no.
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