Forget Saturday Nites. The food is good, but the customer service is sooooooo bad. Then there is always the matter of hours of operation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! which no one that works there knows exactly what time they close, could be sometime between 9:00pm to 11:pm and that is on a Saturday nite. Have not dined there any other day of the week, Thank Goodness because I could never make it there in time, which I am still tryng to figure out just what time they are open. Can someone please tell me their hours of operation?
you get more than what you pay for. I am Japanese, so I should have some credibility in my review, right? I must say that Sushiland is the best 'Kaitenzushi (circulating sushi) in the US! As some reviewers mentioned, it's not the best sushi in town. You can't dine there thinking you are at a sushi restaurant. You are simply tasting sushi rice with various condiments. But for the amount of money you spend at Sushiland, you get so much out of it!
Much better prices then most other sushi places. I am on a Sushi kick right now and have been tring many places all over town. I can't tell the difference between the $1.50 Tuna and Sushi Land vs. the $4.00 tuna at others. Its 2 pices, rice, and tuna, not any difference except that $2.50. Even the tuna rolls, really, you can't bet $1.50 for 6 pieces. Yes its busy, get there early!!
Best bang for the buck. It's not much to look at as far as ambience but the food is good and the price is more than cheap. the service, well what can I say, its a conveyer belt with fish on it, just grab and eat. We were in and out in less than 1/2 hour and still had money in our pockets
What Goes Around Comes Around.
Good Sushi is an experiance not a model train that runs around on a track.
Serving Size - Small
Food Quality - Poor
Taste - Why isn't wasabi used in the preperation, is this supposed to be hacked sushi to be adjusted by the diner? Even at McDonald's they put catchup on a burger.
Went there becasue it was convenient. Will not go back.
I will say it is fun to color stack your plates as you finish with them.
Want better sushi - go the the airport and eat there, pay the parking it will be a better and more enjoyable experiance then eating here.
Don't take kids here, let them try good sushi first.
Best Sushi Value Around. If you are looking for a Tatami Room go elsewhere. BUT, for the sushi value of the century this is the place. Go at off hours and the selection will be scanty but you CAN ASK for things that they have tucked away. At peak hours the selections are mightier and the freshness of the circulant goes up due to the simple arithmetic of throughput. I had one piece of slightly-off hamachi once, but that's one out of thousands. (I've been nearly knocked off my seat by old dead fish at another popular "value" sushi restaurant in the area.) I've seen others rag on the service - don't go there for service you probably don't pay for anyway (optional tip jar) - but I will say this: Clackamas is far better than Lloyd in this regard. In summary, stay away from Sushi Land - I want it all to myself!
You gotta be kidding!.
I'm blown-away by the seemingly high rating. The sushi there has never been better than average. The fish is frequently less than fresh and not of very good quality. If you aren't there when they have a full staff, you will find that many varieties aren't to be found on the conveyor.
Now, having said that, the service is below average, but that is ok, you can serve yourself. The prices are right. It's a decent value. Just don't go expecting more than a Denny's level of food quality.
I love this place and eat there maybe once a week. The reason that service is "slow" to some is that they are under staffed on many nights and it does not help that usually one one of the waiters can speak well enough english to run the register and take take out orders. People complain that the service isn't good, but look at those waiters; they are consently moving.
The place is small and they have just grown so popular that the wait for a seat can be long if you come at the busiest hours. So just sign the waiting list sit down and wait until your turn.
If you ever have questions ask the new manager Sean, who is very friendly.
A new Sushi Land opened in Vancouver on Oct.24.2003! It is really nice and there are more seats! It is on 164th.
okay, but not the best. As sushi bars go, this place is pretty okay, but sometimes it's kinda plain, in comparison. I've never had problems with stinky fish or bad fish or anything, but presentation is less than ideal, the atmosphere as strip mall inside as it is outside, and in general it's just a generic sushi bar.
The Best Sushi Ever!!. My husband and I have been to several sushi bars in and around town. Marine Polis is by far our favorite! The fish smells of ocean and never fishy! It is never overpowered by the wasabi. Very inexpensive. The atmosphere may not be romantic but the freshness, variety and specials make up for it!
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