Sushisen - The New Kaitenzushi: "Japanese Dining in Rome" Sushisen - The New Kaitenzushi Tip by Jeannkelly

Sushisen - The New Kaitenzushi, Rome: 1 reviews and 0 photos

Who says that one can't find a fabulous Japanese dining in Rome is absolutely wrong! Sushisen - The New Kaitenzushi would surprise you with its moving sushi bar complete with your authentic Japanese chefs.

You'll feel like you're dining in one of Tokyo's sushi bars, complete with waiters in Japanese kimonos.

They are open for lunch from 12-30-14.30 and dinner from 19.30-23.00 from Tuesdays to Sundays. Close on Mondays.

Favorite Dish: I might be biased as I love every bit of Japanese food. But I do highly recommend this place. It's so far the best Japanese resto I have tried in town.

Try being seated in the sushi bar instead of being seated in the sala. I mean the experience of Japanese dining is just so different if your infront of a moving bar with all the daintily prepared sushi on the rack!

Address: Via Giuseppe Giulietti, 21A
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Find your way to Piramide - Piazzale Ostiense then to Campo Boario. Via Giulietti is on the first corner to the left coming from Piazzale Ostiense.
othercontact: fax: 0657133392
Phone: 065756945
Price: US$31-40
Rating: 5
Theme: Japanese/Sushi

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 12, 2007
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