Main attraction to this sushi chain was the current promotion of 33% off total bill until end of May. Everything is served on colour coded plates, which resembles tapas style. There was an extended conveyor belt that goes in a circle across the whole room where most of the customers are seated. Only a few table seats are available by the window.
Pretty futuristic (metal balls hanging off the ceiling) if not commercialised interior. Funny and loud ring tone going on and off when someone pressed the red button at their seat for service.
6 different coloured plates. Green plate being the cheapest at €2.25 up to grey plate being the dearest at € 6.75.
Total damage was €29.64 (8 plates and 2 green tea unlimited at €1 each) after discount. Overall, good value with the discount going on. Food wise, not as fresh as I expected from a sushi shop.
Address: Clarendon St, Dublin 2
Date of visit: 19 May 2009