Kura becomes Chinatown’s fourth conveyor belt dining experience when it debuts at 4258 Spring Mountain Road on Tuesday, July 2, with initial opening hours of noon to 9 p.m.
Kura’s pre-prepared dishes safely travel around the restaurant inside a container featuring a flip-up lid, known affectionately as “Mr. Fresh.” Special orders can be placed via a touch-panel terminal at each seat and the food is then delivered via a direct conveyor belt.
On the large menu, choices of ramen, udon, and tempura, plus nigiri, hand rolls, crispy rice, and desserts of taiyaki fish-shaped ice cream and “Japanese-style soy milk donuts.”
Guest who finish 15 plates can drop them into a slot at each seat and receive a small prize, including stickers, small collectible figures, and replica pieces of sushi.
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