13.6.16

Rotary Sushi in Puchong ..

Though over the years, I had a lot of Japanese food but I seldom had it in KL. My bro-in-law brought us to this Rotary Sushi restaurant in Puchong Jaya and I like the ambiance there. It was crowded on a Friday night despite around 9pm. Well, I guess city folks used to have their dinner late, just like me...LOL. The price is also reasonable though I was not the one paying, but just helping myself to the food...muahahahaha..!

It was crowded when we reached there and we gotta wait for a little while 

One of their specialty was using a refrigerated conveyor belt system. I guess that keep the sushi fresh and hygienic too.

A salmon mentai for my kid and Tobiko sushi for my little princess

I was ogling at the sake but I didn't order la... hahaha... paisey

I ordered a Tuna Maki. The tuna seems thick !

As well as a Salmon sashimi set (above and below). The sashimi was thick!


A teriyaki rice set for my kids

Assorted sushi shared among us

My bro in law and his wifey  love the garlic rice there and even my wife also ordered one, while enjoying the sushis.

Unagi sushi wraps in cheese. 

The captain asked us to like their facebook page where we will be given free desserts. I like it and got an ice-cream and mochi for my kids.


Overall, it was a pleasant dining experience and I don't mind patronizing Rotary Sushi again. I didn't take all the sushi pixs there and will try to snap more when I go there again!

15 comments:

  1. I love all your sushi pics, they are so sharp and tempting, I love mentai sauce on sushi, yums

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    1. Thanks Libby. I tried macro shots and it turns out well. Of course, it's not exactly full macro, just close shots.

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  2. Here we have a rotary sushi place, two, in fact...and a steamboat joint. Never tried, it's pork-free.

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    1. I guess they are not the same.

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    2. I love how the carousel is covered. Double thumbs up!!! That would be so much nicer and cleaner than those all exposed ones and the plates of sushi go round and round until somebody picks it up and eats it. Dunno what would have happened in the meantime. :(

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  3. Nice place. I love that they keep the sushi conveyor that way; hygiene purpose.

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    1. Yeah, I love the efforts these operators put in.
      Sushi can be not fresh if it's exposed too long out there.

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  4. Salmon sashimi is a must for me if i were to go eat Japanese food...

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    1. Lol... Me too! Anything salmon for me.

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  5. I didn't know that there's such a nice sushi in Puchong. I hardly go to Puchong since it's quite out of the way for me.

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    1. Check out the Facebook link , the address is there.

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  6. I am surprised that the conveyor belt is covered! This looks healthier and hygienic. I had never seen this even in Japan. I will visit this outlet soon.

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  7. Wah this is the first time seeing a closed and cooled conveyor belt system. I like this. Maybe will go try one day. When are you going to be around again? :D

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  8. The conveyor belt thingy is really canggih! Those available in Sushi King/Sushi Zanmai seems outdated already ho? Haha!

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  9. missed your sushi and ramen posts :)

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