Kura Sushi in Troy is Michigan’s first conveyor belt sushi restaurant in Michigan. (That we are aware of.) The Japanese chain delivers sushi to customers on conveyers belts, also known as “sushi trains.” The revolutionary sushi bar opened it’s doors on Saturday. My husband and I were invited to visit on Monday, courtesy of Kura Sushi, so we could share our experience with you. All opinions are my own. Your experience may vary.
Kura Revolving Sushi Bar in Troy
Each plate from the primary belt is just $2.75 and contains between two and four pieces of sushi. The plates are individually contained within a capsule that limits exposure and maintains the freshness of the items. In addition to traditional sushi, the primary belt offers items such as nigiri, gunkan, watermelon, edamame, and desserts.
Once you have finished with your green plates, simply place them into the table slot. For every plates you return, you will be rewarded with a short animation on the menu screen. Additionally, for every fifteen sushi plates returned you will receive a small prize from the Bikkura Pon prize machine that sits above the tables. During our visit the prizes were mini building block sets with a sushi theme. Kura Sushi partners with a variety of different Japanese brands to provide the prizes.
Customers can also order from a larger menu via a touch screen at their table which offers ramen, udon, hand rolls, as well as a wide variety of side items and desserts. Prices off the menu vary. You will receive your items via an express belt located above the primary belt.
The restaurant was super clean. I especially appreciated the fact that the surfaces were all wiped down between customers. The service was super attentive. If you need anything during your visit, then simply press the call button on your menu and someone is there to help. The sushi was very tasty and fresh. We really liked the opportunity to try a wide variety of different nigiri that we may not have have ordered at a traditional sushi bar. I’m a huge fan of hot rolls. If you are as well, then I recommend that you order those right from the menu. However, our favorite of the day was the Texan Roll. Finally, you won’t want to miss the Taiyaki Ice Cream (pictured above). The ice cream dessert comes with a fish “donut” that has a cream filling.
Kura Sushi Bar in Troy Location and Hours
Kura Sushi is open for dine in and carry out. They also offer delivery.
Monday: 11 am until 9 pm
Tuesday: 11 am until 9 pm
Wednesday: 11 am until 9 pm
Thursday: 11 am until 9 pm
Friday: 11 am until 10 pm
Saturday: 11 am until 10 pm
Sunday: 11 am until 9 pm
Address: 736 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy.
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