Newly opened Sushi Aboard brings Japanese express food fun to Vancouver

Since its opening in August, Sushi Aboard has been serving hi-speed sushi on Denman street. Everyone seems pretty hyped up about this place.

As I had been pretty bumped about cancelling my trip to Japan in March, I guess I have to check out the futuristic style of dining in Vancouver rather than in Tokyo.

 

 

The restaurant is bright and super clean, including those brand-new sushi trains.

If you are concerned about COVID-19 and having to open the train doors yourself, the kitchen staff does thoroughly clean the train every single time before they serve a new dish, according to the staff.

And how are the sushi creations here?

Not bad! Without high expectations I actually enjoyed the food freshly made.

The tempura prawn on the Dynamite Sushi ($3.80) was warm and crispy, while the Aburi Engawa ($4.80) was seared and seasoned nicely.  The rest of the sushi items were on point for the pricing. And finally the Deep Fried Pork Cutlet ($4.15) was also prepared properly.

Dynamite Sushi
Dynamite Sushi
Aburi Engawa
Aburi Engawa
Tako (octopus sushi)
Tako (octopus sushi)
Crunchy Chopped Scallop Roll
Crunchy Chopped Scallop Roll
spicy salmon roll
spicy salmon roll
Pork Cutlet
Pork Cutlet

 

 

The Dining Experience

I was totally just expecting the novelty of a foreign dining phenomenon, and the meal turned out to be quite enjoyable for both the fun part and the tasty part. And the food here is fresh and inexpensive (under $20 per person). I would definitely come again once a while for the experience.

 

$ – $$

rating: 3/5

Sushi Aboard

1047 Denman St, Vancouver, BC V6G 2M4

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