Kintaro’s main feature is a double decker revolving belt, which takes up most of the restaurant floor. Revolving sushi belts, while no longer a novelty, are still something I do so infrequently that when I do it’s really fun!
Kids love it, and don’t worry about collecting and counting plates – there’s an “all you can eat” lunchtime menu, so you can fill your boots for a very reasonable fixed price. Under 10s pay just 11.80 for lunch during the week – evenings, public holidays and weekends it’s a little more – €21.80 for adults; €13.80 for kids. Still a good deal I think! Drinks are extra, but there are desserts as well as sushi, spring rolls, salads, edamame, etc. You get what you pay for with sushi, so don’t expect haute cuisine, although it is always fresh and abundant.
Recently redecorated with colourful fish and flower mobiles, I think Kintaro is just the place to experience a fun meal with friends or family.