Around and around the sushi goes. Where the toro stops, nobody knows.
Update: It’s been spotted at table two.
Luckyfish, the new kaiten-zushi (or, how you say, conveyor belt style) spot in Beverly Hills, keeps tabs on cruising vittles. Sushi, sashimi, and rolls are sent out in containers color coded for price. To keep things fresh, an electronic chip on each plate clocks the time spent in circulation, and after about 45 minutes, it’s automatically kicked off the line and into the trash.
Though raw fishies are the stars, the kitchen’s turning out cooked foods like spicy chicken salad, tempura, teriyaki, grilled black cod, and yakisoba, too.
Such fast and easy service calls for a ramune lemonade. Or maybe a Japanese beer or bottle of cold sake. Or two.
Hey, watch it.
Luckyfish, 338 North Canon Drive, between Brighton and Dayton Ways, Beverly Hills (310-274-9800 or luckyfishsushi.com).