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Sushi Trains

Published by flag-gb Boats Boats Boats — 5 years ago


Located in the centre of Brussels, not far from Bourse, Kabuki is a delicious restaurant serving the very best of Japanese cuisine. There's a calm and sophisticated atmosphere in this stylish restaurant with its high ceiling, dark wooden walls and japanese lanterns hanging overhead and it's not difficult to see why it's a favourite with locals and visitors alike.

The menu serves a large variety of popular Japanese dishes A La Carte including soup, meats, noodles, rice and a range of sushi such a the popular maki and sashimi varieties. There's also ramen bowls and Tepan-yaki as well as hot pots to share. The restaurant goes all out to make sure everyone is pleased. If you're a larger group on a bigger budget you can even have one of the chefs teach the traditional Tepan-yaki style of cooking at your table and cook your food in front of you!

Another option is the all you can eat buffet which costs 18.90 euros per adult and contains all the favourites, with starters such as sushi, soup and gyoza, tepanyaki fish and meat as well as other cooked dishes, noodles and rice to accompany and fruit salad and ice cream to finish it all off!

My personal favourite thing about this restaurant though, and the reason I think it is so special, is the buffet sushi train. At 24.50 euros an adult it's not cheap, but in my opinion it is more than worth every cent! You sit around a long table with model trains running along it and where there carriages should be there are instead plates of sushi that you can pick as you desire. The trains carry soup, sushi, sashimi, a range of hors d'oeuvres including the popular mini spring rolls and prawn toast, and ice cream for dessert. There's also plates with pickled ginger to use as a palate cleanser, crispy seaweed and sauces. You might be thinking that, due to the all you can eat nature, the food was of lower quality than elsewhere however this was not the case and Kabuki served some of the best Japanese cuisine I have tasted since moving to Brussels.

The dishes on the trains were constantly changing and the food was always hot when we received it, with the feel that it had come straight from the kitchen. The staff were attentive at removing the plates and not allowing the to stack up creating mess. My only negative comment is that the drinks are slightly overpriced however I love the idea of a train sushi conveyor as it's original and makes the experience just a little bit more special.

This restaurant gets extremely busy on friday and saturday nights and so I would advise that you book in advance for the sushi train in order to guarantee a place!

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