Friday, September 16, 2011

On the Sushi Train

There were a variety of things we missed about Busan, one being its restaurants.

We initially discovered the conveyor belt sushi joint on our visit to Japan, then realized we’d been using its logo (cartoon turtles that our former co-workers dubbed “alien children”) as a landmark to decide where to transfer from the bus to the subway back in Busan.  When we returned from our trip, we were delighted to find that the restaurant in Korea was in fact the same as the one we’d discovered in Japan.

Kappa Sushi is fast, delicious, and cheap.  You take what you want from the conveyor belt or place an order via a table-side screen.  Soon your request speedily arrives by bullet train.  What more could you want?  (I’m aware that I sound like an unofficial spokesperson, but it really is that good).

Last week when I wasn’t feeling creative enough to see what can be made from black beans, veggies, yogurt and tofu, I suggested we go to Kappa Sushi for dinner.

And it was just as delicious as we remembered.

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