Monday, September 22, 2003

rotating sushi

Joe and I have recently developed an affinity for a sushi joint in our neighborhood in which individual sushi pieces are placed on tiny placed and rotated around a conveyer belt that traverses the entire length of the restaurant. Diners are arranged in bar-style seating as rolls and brightly colored items (fish and otherwise) are rotated in front of them in plastic-dome encased servings. The quality of the sushi isn't great, and the dishes they serve up are nothing special, but there's nothing that beats a fast, cheap meal where you get to pick your food off a conveyer belt while techno/trance music plays in the background.

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