Basically, if you've never been to one of these before, plates of sushi and other food items are placed on the conveyor belt; price depends on the color of the plate. You can also flag a server down and ask for something if you don't see it.
My friend and I got to Kuru Kuru a bit before 6 p.m. on a Saturday night. Yup, that means it's waiting list time. Luckily, we only waited 15 minutes and then went to town on some food.
First, an ahi poke bowl ($5.95). A hefty scoop (or two) of rice with a heaping pile of ahi poke. That sesame oil lifted the fresh, cubed ahi real well here. Nice presentation (and extra flavor) with the green onions. Big fan of this dish!
|Ahi Poke Bowl (Kuru Kuru Sushi)|
|Jin Deui (Kuru Kuru Sushi)|
|Inside the Jin Deui|
|Butterfish (Kuru Kuru Sushi)|
|Nuked that fish....|