Genki Sushi, which has drawn raves on the San Fransisco board, opened up in the World Financial Center. Since I work in the World Trade Center, and love sushi, I was there.
It's strange. The sushi goes by on a big conveyor belt, on different color plates for different prices. If you want something that isn't on a plate, you call over a waitress and ask. You sit on stools and grab the plates as they go by.
Maybe it's just me, but is this any way to eat? Also, maybe it's just me, but I knocked over my water glass, and had trouble grabbing what I wanted.
The sushi was fine, not ethereal, no competition to the top places, but I'd go again if they served it in a normal way.