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You’re never alone at Sushi-Rama Lone Tree
Eater calls Sushi-Rama a “sushi mini-amusement park”. And with the Sushi-Rama Lone Tree location, that’s just as true as it’s always been. It’s the newest location, following the success of the original RiNo and then DTC locations.
The quality of the food is high quality and high value, a rarity in the sushi world. Sourced from the same places as the finest sushi restaurants in Denver but we serve it at a much better value, thanks to several high-tech kitchen gadgets. A finely-tuned microchip system makes it easy to remove plates that have been on the conveyor belt for 90 minutes.
Additional technological advancements in automated kitchen gadgets allow Chef Osaka to keep costs down and quality up across his locations. For example, a “sushi printer” presses layers of rice onto sheets of nori for sushi, and another presses out perfectly shaped rice balls for nigiri, both traditionally time intensive parts of making sushi.
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The menu and the experience are designed to be accessible yet engaging at every touchpoint. It’s not meant to be intimidating with an overcomplicated and jargon-filled menu. It’s a menu you can read and review easily, and the food itself comes in intentionally small portions so that you can sample many things on the large and comprehensive menu. And if you’re in a hurry, don’t worry because you’ll be sitting down and eating in minutes.
The staff only adds to the experience with their warmth and efficiency. All guests are greeted in less than a minute from when they arrive, no matter how busy. A full wait staff breaks the tradition of kaiten for a more well-rounded experience complete with craft cocktails and green tea.
If you’re new to sushi, not sure what to order, or simply a person who likes to try it all, Sushi-Rama makes that possible. Menus are written in English, so it’s easy to know exactly what you’re getting. And because everything is bite size, you can sample lots of different types of sushi and flavors.
Lone Tree 101
Located near the Charles Schwab office building, Sushi-Rama Lone Tree has everything you love about Sushi-Rama – the 70s retro vibe and the iconic conveyor belt – as well as some flair of its own.
Just like the other two locations, Sushi-Rama Lone Tree was designed by LIVstudio. The look of Sushi-Rama adds to the experience of eating there. Think Austin Powers meets the Jetsons. It’s retro-mod with colorful track lighting and spaceship-like fixtures lining the ceiling. The sushi wall is the ultra-Instagrammable, Warhol style piece designed just for Sushi-Rama.
Lone Tree is a growing suburb of Denver, just a quick light rail ride away from the city. But it’s a whole new world. It was even #7 on Money.com’s Best Places to Live 2017. With an arts center and the state’s biggest shopping center (Park Meadows Mall), there’s a lot to do and tons to explore. It’s a great place for young professionals looking to stay “in the know” while staying out of all the hustle and bustle of the city.
The people who live in Lone Tree are known to be extremely friendly and the area is well-maintained and very clean. Plus, the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop doesn’t hurt!
With the fun, off-beat concept of Sushi-Rama, Lone Tree was the ideal next location.
Break your routine and try Sushi-Rama’s newest location.