Review – Kula Revolving Sushi Bar Plano

VIDEO REVIEW – JAPAN HAS COME TO DALLAS? Kula Revolving Sushi Bar is a Toyko style sushi restaurant in Plano Texas. 78 different items are available for a identical flat rate per plate on a never ending conveyor belt. The restaurant recently had their grand opening on May 13th 2016.

The premise is simple. Every table is connected to access an insane selection of sushi, rolls and desserts which slowly parade by on a specially made conveyor belt. A touch screen at each table allows you to special request any item available at no additional fee which comes direct to your table on the 2nd belt system. The plates are priced at $2.25 each.

As you finish your small plates you insert them into a special slot built into the table. The computer keeps counts of how many plates you insert to determine your bill, while also earning you power-ups to fight evil ninjas on the screen. If you reach 15 plates, an animation plays on the screen and a special prize ball drops down from above the table into a clear box.

Kula is not the “very best” sushi I have ever had, nor would I peg it at the top of our choices in DFW, but it is “very good”. Fresh and delicious. As for the experience it is certainly one of a kind. A little taste of Japan nestled into a corner of Legacy and 75 in Plano. Very fun for everyone. Highly Recommended. 9/10

Kula Revolving Sushi Bar
104 Legacy Dr, Plano, TX 75023


Coby Evans says:

are there any other conveyor belt sushi bars in the dfw area that you know of besides sushi envy in plano?

Munki Munki says:

I went there two times already… It was great!!!
For the price, you get Organic sushi, real wasabi with real crab and sea urchin cannot be compared with other $$$ Sushi place – charges you arms and legs.

Steve Jobe says:

As Jared pointed out, this is not Sushi Saki or Robata, but it’s not far off. The quality is much better than most Dallas sushi restaurants, much faster and way cheaper. We love it.

floydiustube says:

just went there for the first time last night. almost exactly like going to a Kappa sushi in Japan.

Only thing missing was the spam/hamburger sushi. I couldn’t believe they even had inari.

Abhishek Srivastava says:

How is this place as compared to sushi envy?

JB0Y74 says:

Hi, Jared! Thanks for sharing about this place. I recently moved to Austin, TX. we don’t have stuff like this here, so I can’t wait to visit there. Domo Arigato!

philip cox says:

your a geeza, from Britain.

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