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338 N. Canon Dr. (Dayton Wy.) Send to Phone
The conveyor belt sushi concept enlivens this Beverly Hills eatery from the folks behind Sushi Roku.

Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Luckyfish, Beverly Hills, CA

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Luckyfish Restaurant Review

: Fishing at Luckyfish is indeed fortuitous. Created by the same restaurant group that made sushi hip in L.A. with Sushi Roku, the stylish space employs a conveyer belt to parade an array of traditional sushi, sashimi, rolls, salads and desserts before diners. It takes six minutes for the colored plates (each color represents a different price) to travel the acrylic bar made of white stones and white booths built for four. An elongated red light fixture, a picture of a cherry tree in full bloom and a dark brown ceiling add touches of color and results in a vibrant ambience. The sushi chefs, aided by radio frequency chips embedded in the plates, assure the freshness of each dish and that the belt doesn’t lack any favorites. Your server is happy to bring you any dish that is on the menu and that you do not see on the belt, like grilled chicken skewers, spicy cooked scallops, miso black cod, popcorn shrimp tempura or crispy calamari. More attention is given to the selection of sakés than the wines. The kaiten-zushi concept makes your dining experience easy: you can either eat in a very timely manner (great for lunch) or take your time to enjoy the ballet of the catches of the day---which you won’t get if you are sitting on the outdoor patio.
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