Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 22:00
Sat, Sun &: 11:30 - 22:00
Its name captures the concept of this Japanese marketplace-style eatery. You use ice cream sticks to place your order as you roam form stall to stall, and your meal will be prepared right in front of you at the open-concept kitchen. Daily high tea buffet available from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
When I first walked in, like all Jap restaurants, it smelled of a strange mixture of vinegar rice and fish. That could put you off a little but if you're a true Jap cuisine fan, this is only assuring that you're at a right place. Of course, the smell wasn't overpowering and it would soon be forgotten once you take in the unusual decor around you.
More pleasant than not, the difference of those contemporary restaurants in town and those of fine dining compared to this is stark. This place was cosy, unpretentious, and intriguing in their food item display. To top it off, the service staff were classically patient and polite albeit if you had to wait for an available, alert eye. But that's all good if your aim is simply to enjoy a relaxing evening without uptight service which could come across irritating.
The food was satisfactory and for some dishes, a surprising delight - like the salmon sashimi, their variety of fish, and their eclectic selection of dessert and drink.
If you aren't as picky as me for food but seek for great company with friends or your beloved one in an environment conducive for interaction and chat, then this place will rank well. Cheers!
A good place to meet up with friends for a leisurely dinner. Conveyor belt has large variety of sushi, all priced at 99 cts per plate of 2 pieces of sushi. Place is quite authentic Japanese and has lots of seats. Not crowded in evening, probably due to its office building venue. Service is so-so as the restaurant manages with just a handful of staff. My friend and I paid a total of $15 for 9 plates of sushi, green tea and fruit juice. Will definitely visit again. Transport-wise, better to take the MRT (Novena station) although can park at Revenue House.
This is one of the best place for hang out with friends. We may pick the sushi that we like (self-service) and asked the chef to prepare for us if we couldn't find the sushi that we want at the sushi bar. My favorite sushi is salmon sushi. All the sushi price are only 99 cents except for red plate. We don't need to queue for tables unlike the Nihon Mura at The Cathay and the restaurant here also bigger than the one at The Cathay. The waiter/waitress are nice and friendly. Their service are also quick and responsive. The restaurant decor is like cafe - not too bright and comfortable with soft music as the background. I'm highly recommended this restaurant to hang out with friends and family.