Round and Round Customers go up and pick their pieces themselves from the boats full of sushi that are making their way around the bar on a conveyor. If someone in your group doesn’t want sushi, there is plenty of soups, tempura dishes and teriyaki dishes to go around. Whether you are dining alone at the bar, or showing up with a big group, you are sure to find all of your favourite Japanese dishes here. There is a good selection of import and domestic beer, saki and wines.
Sushi Done Up Sushi lovers who work downtown may know this restaurant’s sister ship, Towa Sushi on 4th street. One of the differences is the rate of customers walking through the door. It’s a little more relaxed in the Crowfoot location, no reservations are needed, and you’ll probably see more families here than business suits. But it is the same food, done up with the same artistic flair that the centrally located restaurant provides, only this one makes it easier for people in the suburbs to take care of that late evening craving for wasabi.