{sf} isobune-style boats

April 16, 2017

While at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival last weekend (which continues today), I was able to stop in for some real live boat sushi at Isobune. I thought I had never been to a sushi boat place before, but now thinking about it more, I think I may have gone to a conveyor belt place before, which I suppose is the same idea. Isobune is unique though because it’s not just a conveyor belt. In fact, they actually have a moat or canal that runs all the way around the chef station and in front of all the seats. Each boat holds up to four plates of sushi that you can take as you please. Prices are based on the color of the plates you take. Turns out boat sushi is not the best way to get full or eat a real meal unless you want to spend a fortune, so it’s more of a fun experience if you ask me!

Warm towels to wipe hands then wasabi, ginger, and tea

The boats on water

Salmon and scallops

Some kind of crazy roll with tempura shrimp

Giant slabs of tuna


2 Responses to “{sf} isobune-style boats”

  1. annalice said

    i have actually never tried one of those conveyor belt things but have always wanted to!

  2. attrace said

    yeah I went to one of those once and the prices certainly rack up quickly!

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