Sushi Train in Tulsa, Oklahoma for lunch on Saturday. We had never been before and it was fun. The food is placed on the train and it goes around the bar. You can also sit at a table and then get up and retrieve your sushi if you would like as well. I was very hungry by the time we got there and I forgot to take photos of the sushi I ate.A friend and I decided to try
Crunchy California Roll - Crab salad, cucumber and avocado deep-fried
Scorpion Roll - Calamari tempura, cucumber and avocado topped w/spicy shredded crab
King Roll - Crab salad, avocado, asparagus, cucumber, carrot, cream cheese and shrimp tempura deep-friend
Lucky Roll - I don't remember all that was on it but it was wrapped in green soy paper
Perfect Tan Roll - Shrimp tempura, crab and cream cheese topped w/ avocado, tuna, salmon, or white tuna
Dumplings - These I don't see on their menu but they were on the train.
Surprisingly my favorite one was the Bayou Roll. It was nice and spicy and had good flavor. But again it was cooked fish. My friend's favorite was the King Roll. I had a piece of it and yes it was good but what isn't good when it's deep-fried?