Not the best sushi in town but pretty decent quality for the price. You really can't beat that! Only complaint is that they need to pay closer attention to their cuts on the fish.
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Once in a while I'll take the kids to Sushi Kyo as they really do enjoy the process of getting to select their own plates off the track and as sushi goes the plates are a decent value. The servers are friendly and will always...More
I absolutely adore this sushi place that's owned by a family of sisters and brother. The food is absolutely fresh anytime of day and the restaurant is always very clean. The selection is big and so its perfect for anyone. My favorite is the Salem...More
First, we visited Sushi Kyo's location on Commercial St., not Rickey. Food is average to good, but with so many plates rolling by, once in a while you're going to take one that seems old. With sushi, fresh is best. The worst part was the...More
Stopped in with my family on a business trip. The sushi was excellent. Overall the restaurant provides a very good value.
Out west there are a lot of these "conveyor belt" sushi concept restaurants. They offer good sushi at a great rate. The plates are colored as they go around and the prices are different for the four colored plates - from 1.00 and up to...More
So I love Sushi-Kyo as a great place to take visitors from out of town for a consistent dining experience. The unique Salem Roll is a great thing to share with a guest; my current cannot live without is the pepper tuna. I love going...More
I'm a frequent visitor to the "track" sushi place as they offer good quality sushi at value prices. Recently, they have had deals that make the more expensive blue and green plates priced at the yellow-plate price. On my most recent visit, I selected a...More
always a nice way to do sushi. I like that you can have several kinds without buying full rolls. Staff is so helpful if you aren't sure what something is, etc. A pleasant suprise when I got the bill. They have big discounts during the...More
Go in, take dishes off the conveyor belt as they pass by. Look at the menu and choose your items. Each color plate represent a different price point. When you finish they just add up the plates. If you don't see the selection that you...More