We’ve come full circle.
Moving mall sushi might become a thing again thanks to a popular Japanese chain
Sushi voyeurs and fans of plucking favorites from perpetual motion plates should synchronize their watches for 10am on Mar 31 when Sushiro, a Japanese franchise known for conveyer-belt plates as cheap as JPY100, opens its first outpost in Thailand at Central World.
Starting plate prices will be jacked up a bit higher than that at B40. Apart from more than 100 types of sushi, the restaurant will also offer other Japanese favorites like shrimp tempura, ramen, edamame and omelette rolls.
Sushiro first opened in Osaka in 1984 before expanding abroad to South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. The new restaurant will be stationed at CentralWorld’s seventh floor.
This story originally appeared on Coconuts Bangkok.