Our Sushi Plus Bangkok Review covers everything you need to know about this popular Sushi chain in Thailand.
We LOVE sushi and we were gutted when the nearest Fuku Intown restaurant closed down. But then we discovered Sushi Plus in Bangkok!
Sushi Plus Location
This is a chain of Japanese (particularly Sushi) restaurants found across the city of Bangkok and we love the Mega Bangna Sushi Plus. This makes for the perfect lunch before heading to the cinema for a movie.
One thing to note in Bangkok is that many, many restaurants (especially chains) can be found in the shopping malls. It’s very common for locals and expats to enjoy a lunch or dinner in between shopping.
With that being said, you can expect to find a Sushi Plus in many of the popular shopping malls in Bangkok. This includes:
- Mega Bangna (Our go-to place for Sushi)
- Terminal 21
- Siam Premium Outlets
- Central Rama 3
- CentralWorld (But called Sushiro)
- Seacon Square
They also have a Sushi Plus in the Terminal 21 Mall in Pattaya.
Sushi Plus Bangkok Review
Setting and decor
This is a sushi belt-styled restaurant with a modern feel.
You can sit in a booth or on seats facing the belt itself and pick up your favorite Japanese items.
They also have a website which is a whole load of fun in itself! Once seated, scan the QR code on the table and you will be taken to the restaurant.
Here you can order hot food, drinks, and desserts, all of which will come speeding along a little train above the sushi belt.
You may even get a game or two when ordering, this gives you a chance to get a free mystery item!
Menu at Sushi Plus Bangkok
The hot food is mainly Japanese items like Gyoza and meat skewers but you can also get more elaborate sushi rolls and pieces too.
As the name suggests, Sushi Plus mainly offers Sushi. You can get all sorts of types of Sushi, picking up your favorite as they come past you on the belt.
Sashimi is also available here, as is a small selection of desserts.
Prices at Sushi Plus
Prices are reasonable at Sushi Plus.
Just like with other Sushi bars, you pick plates from the conveyor belt and they are color-coded; with prices being 30, 40, and 50 Baht. In USD, that is around 0.87, $1.16, and $1.46.
Ordered items range from 50B up to 150B; some dishes are a little more special and take longer to prepare.
Generally, when we both have a good portion of food, my husband and I, spend around 800 – 1000 Baht on a visit to Sushi Plus.
The food at Sushi Plus Bangkok
We always find the Sushi at Sushi Plus to be fresh and tasty.
Because this is a popular restaurant chain, you can visit with the assurance that the fish hasn’t been sat around for a while, with dishes being made fresh constantly throughout the day – you can even see the chefs making the food through a glass window in some of the Sushi Plus restaurants.
The hot food is also tasty, we particularly liked the crispy fried Katsu and the octopus skewers.
The only thing that lets the food down here is the dessert, but if I’m honest, I can say that about many, many restaurants in Thailand.
They did have a tasty lava cake but other than that, the dessert selection was rather minimal and not the best I had tried.
Sushi Plus is an affordable, easy restaurant to enjoy a tasty lunch at.
It doesn’t have the romantic vibes that couples may be looking for when booking w date night but it is w great place for families and friends.
I also found this to be one of the cheaper Sushi spots and the value for the quality you get is excellent.
I would highly recommend Sushi Plus in Bangkok, whether you’re a local, expat, or traveler.
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