Tualatin >Sushi Train
Best Conveyor Belt. I discovered Sushi Train a few months ago when I was working near by and I was pretty impressed. Until recently I had been a regular at marinopolis sushiland but over the last year or so they have gone way down hill, but that's another review. As far as sushi train goes I have to say that I eat sushi on a pretty regular basis and I truly think that it's the best conveyor belt sushi I've ever had. It's always fresh, the portions are good. With the rolls you usually get four pieces on a plate and they are good sized pieces. Unlike marinopolis where the pieces have been progressively getting smaller and smaller and of lower quality. Having said all that keep in mind I am only comparing it to other conveyor belt places. It isn't the best sushi I've ever had but by far the best conveyor belt sushi. I don't live near by but I still make the trek over to Tualatin when I'm hungry for sushi because it's worth it.
Pretty good for take out lunch.. I have been here a couple times to grab lunch to take back to the office. I do grab from the conveyor, I am always happy, it is not the best but I would say 2nd best place I've been. I have checked out 6 sushi places so far. They are nice when I go in and I didn't cringe at the bill. I wouldn't turn it down if I was in the area.
I love this place!. Since I've been going to this place, it has changed owners three times, but each time it's just been getting better and better. My wife and I eat on at conveyor belt all the time and the portions are fresh and generous, the staff is very courteous and friendly, and prices are very reasonable. Unlike most sushi places around the area, they use avocado instead of cucumber or those yellow pickled Asian radishes for most of their rolls, and that's a big plus for us since we prefer the avocado. Even though we moved out of Tualatin, we still make the effort to drive down there at least once every other week.
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