Taipei restaurant – 台湾スシロー 台灣壽司郎 台北中華路店 Sushiro Sushi

Opened up a while back, Sushiro Sushi is a chain sushi conveyor belt-type restaurant popular in Japan. This is the XiMen branch.

This is the counter to pay your bill after you’ve finished eating, but you can also take out from here, too.
The eagle-eyed among you may have noticed that the wait for a table at the time of the pic was 25 mins at around 17:30. But, when we left, it was over 1hr wait.

My recommendation? Book in advance using their online system/phone number. Alternatively, get there around 17:00/17:30 and prepare for a short wait.

All of their food booking service is done online using the tablet provided. You can choose from Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean languages – happy days!

Sitting next to the conveyor belt can be dangerous in terms of quickly racking up a quick bill, but it’s also a lot of fun and you definitely feel like a kid again.

Just keep in mind, that: Red = $40, Silver = $60, and Gold = $80, and you’ll be fine!

How good does this fatty tuna look? You can almost see the silky fat dripping off #drool
This mayonnaise smothered salmon with cheese went down well, too.
Also a good option is the tuna roll
The premium Japanese eel went down a treat
No idea what these are but got them out of interest. I won’t get them again.

These were way too chewy and lacking in any flavour. I don’t recommend.

This was pretty good with a tempura shrimp running through the middle

Thumbs up from me.

Snow crab

I would quite happily order several of these. Really good.

Flame-scorched salmon here

*Alert* more drool


Another I would say to give a miss. Why? It’s more about texture than flavour, which isn’t a bad thing in some instances. However, the leaf under the octopus and between the rice gives more flavour than the octopus does, and over powers everything.

Steamed egg

Don’t leave without a nice warm steamed egg dish. Delicious, with chunks of fish running throughout.

Opening times:
Monday – Friday 11:00 – 22:15,
Saturday & Sunday 10:30 – 22:15

Tel: 02 2361 2306

Author: eatingintaipei

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