Tonight I tried a new restaurant in Kennedy Town, called Genki Sushi. I had been craving sushi as I have not had it in over a month! While I am a sushi lover, I can say that I only like two different kinds of sushi, the California Roll and the Salmon Roll. However, I definitely indulge on both whenever I go out for sushi. Genki Sushi is conveyor belt style, where different options come out on plates and you can take whatever you want off the belt as it passes. The different colored plates are how they keep track of how much you've eaten (and therefore spent), as each color plate costs a different amount. It's easy to lose track of how much you're spending, as the portions are small. If you don't see a certain item on the menu coming around, you can ask one of the workers who will get it for you quickly.
What I ate:
For dinner I first tried the miso soup, which was really good, but the bowl was very small so I was left wanting more. Then I had the California rolls (pictured below) which are my favorite back home, although I did not like the cream cheese that was in them. The California rolls I have had before didn't have cream cheese in them. I then tried the salmon rolls, which were also good. I would have preferred the salmon rolls to be cut in half, as they are normally about half the length of what these ones were. Yes, there were four salmon rolls - I just happened to eat one before remembering to take a picture! I also drank green tea, which is pictured above. Genki Sushi was good and reasonably priced, but I probably won't be back again.