Sushi-Rama Broomfield: Not your average ‘burbs
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Small plates with big flavor
The conveyor belt dishes are anywhere from $1.5 to $4 and Chef Osaka keeps them small on purpose. That way, diners are able to try all they want without having to commit to a full roll, or breaking the bank. There’s even more options from the kitchen. Favorites include Chicken Katsu, Grilled Korean Chicken Skewers and Spicy Rock Shrimp tempura with spicy garlic aioli.
When asked about bringing the conveyor belt sushi concept to Denver, Osaka remarked that he thought it would be a great new way of dining for young, hip guests. The main issues with other conveyor belt sushi concepts have been the quality of the food and the self-service nature of the experience, and that’s no problem for Sushi-Rama on either level. We’ve got a full-service wait staff and our fish is sourced from the same places that the highest dollar sushi restaurants in Denver get their supply and is imported directly from Japan. The difference is that the high tech prep and delivery methods of Sushi-Rama allow us to keep costs down and quality up. A microchip on each plate means each item only stays in rotation for 90 minutes before it’s removed, ensuring maximum quality and freshness.