Japanese Conveyor Belt Sushi at SUSHIRO in Taipei, Taiwan!!

Welcome back to the second channel! In today’s video we are taking you to eat some delicious food with us in Taipei, Taiwan!

Instead of street food, we are taking you to a very famous restaurant that serves Japanese Sushi on a conveyor belt at Sushiro. You can sit counter side or at a table, and you’ll have access to the rotating sushi. You can also sushi, nigiri, rolls and more from an iPad. You have 60 minutes to eat as much sushi as possible! We ordered lots of tuna, salmon, mackerel, and even tried unconventional pieces like beef steak and cheesey salmon. The total price of our 12 plates was 520 NTD (USD $17.50).

We also wanted to finish off with our favorite Taiwanese dessert shaved ice. We went to the nearby shop called Ice Papa and ordered their #1 dessert which is Mango Shaved Ice with mango sorbet, pudding and mango syrup wih condensed milk. The combination of textures, sour and sweetness and delicious mango that just came into season, you cannot fall in LOVE with this bowl of shaved ice. The total price for the massive bowl was 180 NTD (USD $6.06).

Restaurant info:

Sushiro Sushi
No. 41號, Section 1, Zhonghua Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City

Ice Papa
No. 99號, Hengyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City

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This is the second channel for Chopstick Travel and Luke Martin! We will be showcasing uncut and RAW footage of Street Food around the world and Travel snippets from our world adventures! We love to eat and travel and believe its the best way to discover a culture! We want you to travel for food too!

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38 Replies to “Japanese Conveyor Belt Sushi at SUSHIRO in Taipei, Taiwan!!”

  1. Marijus P

    Glad to see 2nd channel is still fine.I should bring mangoes for you guys,you love same as i do.Probably would rotten by the time i bring.
    Well,i have eaten them here too much and everyday.
    Not sure,if Taiwan has local mango farm,where them grow by themselves.However,that ice cream look packed a lot of mango stuff and delicious.Glad you two enjoying it,well done on video and take care.

  2. 80sbabe

    Sushi with processed cheese is nasty and very common in China too. Decent sushi is hard to find there. But luckily I'm home in Canada and can get good sushi. But because of the lockdown, I can only dream of going out for sushi. And you'll be hard pressed to order takeout/delivery sushi. Restaurants and bars will be one of the last things that will reopen when things let up. In Montreal where I am, it's the epicenter of the country now and being an outgoing party city, this is torture to watch you go wherever you want and eating whatever you want. Sooooo hungry now and desperate to go back to relative normalcy.

  3. X2

    The funky items are actually worth showing and sharing your experience than traditional stuff you normally eat in a sushi place. You didn't compare the value for each plate to USD so we know if we visit Taiwan. Small details are important to viewers. Thanks…

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