I love ya sushi roll, hotter than wasabi. I race for your love, shake & bake, Ricky Bobby.


denv.her. was invited to try out Sushirama and this colorful conveyor-belt sushi hot spot did not disappoint!

We went to the Sushirama location in DTC but there are also Sushi-rama locations in RiNo and in Lone Tree. So what does this mean?! Regardless of where you are in Denver, there's a Sushirama close to you that's calling your sushi loving name!

Sushirama is a super playful spot with really reasonable prices. The restaurants Andy Warhol inspired chopstick wall murals and high ceilings with bursting light fixtures give off a funky & retro 60's/70's vibe that adds pizzazz to an interactive dining experience. 


The Sushi-rama Manager, Sherwin, and our Waiter, David were awesome & attentive and made sure we got the full Sushi-rama experience!

We started off our meal with green tea mules which are Sushi-rama's most popular cocktail, the Green Tea Mule. These are made with green tea infused stolichnaya vodka and ginger beer. We're big fans of Moscow Mules and the Green Tea Mules were right on par with a refreshing green tea taste for a twist.


Then is was time to grub and grub hard - we then got ourselves into some conveyor sushi & were ready to grab whatever looked tasty. #NOM.

The conveyor sushi plates are colored which corresponds with specific pricing - at the end of the meal, your waiter/waitress will count up your total tab by your colored plates. You can pull whichever colored plates look appetizing off of the conveyor belt as it ushers fresh and colorful sushi options by your seat.


Sushi-rama prides themselves on the quality and freshness of their sushi. Each conveyor plate is microchipped & won't stay in the "sushi-go-round" rotation for anything over 90 minutes. 

Now, how can Sushi-rama offer such quality and fresh sushi at lower prices than other denver sushi spots? The key to this is in the technology they use. Sushi-rama has automated multiple parts of the sushi making process cutting costs drastically. However, Sushi-rama still gets their fish at the same places V expensive restaurants in Denver do and can offer it at $1.50 - $4/plate! #SCORE

Now, as you readers know, I love me some sauce. So before devouring our sushi, I of course got sides of spicy mayo and eel sauce. Don't be afraid to dip!


We then got off the sushi conveyor train for a moment and we were treated to a Bento Box that came with Furikake Crusted Salmon with miso yuzu sauce, ocean salad, edamame and 6 pieces of Negihama roll. I was a little hesitant when this was brought to us because Salmon is so hit or miss but keeping with the freshness of everything we tried before, the Salmon was delicious. It was fresh, hot & flakey and seasoned V well. 


We also got to try the Chicken Katsu which is fried chicken thigh, green onion, and nori served with nom-nom sauce. The Chicken Katsu was good but not my favorite - for those of you who don't like raw fish (obvi not a problem of mine haha) this would be a good plate for you! I was already pretty full by the time this plate came to us and wanted to keep grubbing on that sushi!


My absolute favorite sushi roll was the C.L.T. #getinmabelly This roll was made with soft shell crab tempura, avocado, bibb lettuce, tomato, black pepper and roasted garlic mayo...#GARLICMAYO. Yas please. The C.L.T. is the staff's favorite at Sushi-rama and we concur.


She's a beaut! 

Sushi-rama thank you so much for having us and we can't wait to be back soon! If you have a hankering for sushi, give Sushi-rama a try and make sure to let them know that denv.her. sent ya!


Sushi-rama DTC

4960 S Newport St, Denver, CO 80237