Broomfield, CO

Conveyor belt sushi restaurant opens in Broomfield

Brittany Anas
Sushi-Rama's conveyor belts are now running in Broomfield.Photo bySushi-Rama

By Brittany Anas / NewsBreak Denver

(Broomfield, Colo) Sushi-Rama, a playful restaurant serving sushi rolls on a conveyor belt, added a new location in Broomfield this week.

Located in the Arista development near the Broomfield Events Center, Chef Jeff Osaka’s space at 8181 Arista Place also houses an outpost of Osaka Ramen.

Akin to Kaitenzushi (i.e., sushi train) restaurants in Japan that provide a convenient way to sample a variety of rolls, Sushi-Rama’s conveyor twists through the restaurant past booths and bar-style seating, with covered plates available for the taking.

The bright colored plates signify the cost of rolls, which servers can tally up before bringing your bill. For example, a pair of Philly rolls on pink plates is $2; a duo of lobster mango tempura rolls on an orange plate is $3.50 and a couple of spider rolls with soft shell crab on blue plates is $4. You’ll also see some potato chips passing by on the belt; the salty snack can enhance the taste of sushi.
Sushi, ramen, sake and more are on the menu at the new Sushi-Rama location in Broomfield's Arista development.Photo bySushi-Rama
Beyond sushi, the menu also has bowls of ramen and dishes like kara’age chicken, bento boxes, shoestring furikake fries with furikake, and spicy mayo. Sake, wine, a concise menu of cocktails like a green tea mule with ginger beer, plus beer, including Sushi-Rama’s collaboration with Tivoli Brewery, are also on the menu. Enjoy mochi, or large sugar-coated donuts that Osaka says are his wife’s recipe for dessert.

Sushi-Rama also has locations in Denver’s River North (RiNo) neighborhood, the Denver Tech Center, Fitzsimons in Aurora and Lone Tree.

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