Food La La: Checking out SushiSan
BY LINDSEY MURAOKA / Special to the Star-Advertiser
My name is Lindsey. I’m really happy to be blogging for Honolulu Pulse about food, events, and all of my other fun adventures.
This past Sunday I went to check out the grand opening of a new sushi restaurant called SushiSan. It’s located on Kapiolani Boulevard, next to Bank of Hawaii’s Ala Moana branch.
This week they are having a 25% off special so it’s a really good time to go!
It’s similar to Genki Sushi and Kuru Kuru Sushi with the conveyor belt (Kaiten style) and colored plates. Red ($1.50), Blue ($2.20), Yellow ($2.80), Pink ($3.20), Green ($3.80), and Black ($4.80).
However, SushiSan feels much more upscale with their nice interior.
The conveyor belts go in opposite directions so that you can get a better selection. You can also order off the menu as well. Another thing that I liked was the self serve hot water faucets at every seat!
Pumpkin Tempura ($2.20)
Avocado Roll ($2.20)
Deep Fried Beef
Combination Cold Donburi ($5.80). My friend Kelly ordered this. I wish I did too. It’s so pretty! She said it was really good. The rice on the bottom is mixed with sesame oil, fish cake, and kamaboko.
Group picture with my friends Kelly, Mel, Travis, and Gene.
Overall, I liked this place. The quality of the fish was really good for the price. I was surprised at how fresh it tasted. The service was also very good as well. Everyone was nice and friendly. I will definitely be coming here often whenever I have a craving for fresh and affordable sushi.