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Aug 9, 2013 05:18 AM

NEW: Tenroku Sushi with conveyor belts in SF Japantown - any reports?

Walking by I noticed new Tenroku Sushi has conveyor belts to move the sushi in SF Japantown. Any reports?

EaterSF mentions it:

Tenroku Sushi
1825 Post St Ste 215, SF

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  1. Have you been to Sushi Raw, and did you like it? Can't imagine that the quality here will be any better.

    1. I have been there 3 times since it opened and frankly was a little surprised. Despite the sterile, surreal ambiance, the fish was pretty good on all occasions--nothing to rave about, but perfectly decent and fresh. If it happens to be slow and there isn't a lot on the belt, one can always order from the menu. There are several non-sushi items that are okay as well. Service is a little too attentive though (almost as if the four waitresses were on invisible conveyor belts of their own). Perfect place for a quick snack and without the questionable hygiene and low quality fish found at the "boat" place in the same mall (how often DO they change that water?).

      1. Hum, taking a quick glance at the images on yelp, I see they are serving escolar. Are they selling it as such, or passing it off as toro or "white tuna"?

        1. It's what you'd expect from a conveyor belt sushi place. A bit pricey but par for the course in sf. It satisfies a craving and that's about it.

          1. The name "Tenroku" certainly does not give the impression of sushi. Tempura, perhaps, but it sure doesn't sound like a place for sushi.