Review: Kula Revolving Sushi Bar – Plano

I had to be in Dallas early this morning for an important appointment, which meant that I left my house before sunrise to make it to the city (long intro to say I did not leave myself time for breakfast).  After the appointment, I made the 15 minute drive north to check out one (Plano) of the two (Carrollton) locations for Kula Revolving Sushi Bar in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex.

 

The Kula brand has a total of 14 restaurants in three states…California, Texas, and Georgia.

 

 

Having lived in Japan for four years, I knew about the revolving sushi, aka “sushi go ’round”, concept.  I expected minimum interaction with the staff.  The food will pass beside the table, what else is there to talk about? The place opens daily at 1100.  I arrived shortly thereafter.

The first thing that I noticed upon entering the restaurant was its size.  Not typical Japanese size like Mr. Max, but American sized like a Texas Roadhouse.  There was not a wait, so I was seated quickly.  However, minutes later, the lunch crowd rolled in.

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I will let the pictures do the rest of the talking.

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All food ordered was delivered on a table side conveyor belt.
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Spicy Salmon Crunchy Roll
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Seared Salmon w/ Japanese Mayo
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Shrimp
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Spicy Shrimp Taco
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Soy/Sake Marinated Salmon
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Garlic Tuna Steak
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Albacore Ponzu
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Watermelon
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Soy Milk Donuts
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Soy/Sake Marinated Tuna

Final Word

My experience at Kula Revolving Sushi Bar was simply ok.  I would eat here again.  How can you pass on $2.25/per plate for sushi?  You can’t.  Lastly, when you finish eating at Kula, go check out Mitsuwa next door.

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