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Rocky | Jul 18, 200403:37 AM     1

Went to Blue C Sushi in Fremont fo the first time two days ago. The first thing that hits you on coming in is how clean the place, very Japanese post-modern minimal design and clean. Good size conveyor belt, great system set up to help the wait staff serve you faster and better. They have little lights that you turn and within seconds a waiter is at your elbow to help you. For Kaiten sushi it was great, the sushi was very fresh, the flow of sushi onto the conveyor was constant, and special requests were quickly filled and served with a smile. The fish quality was just fine, the rice actually very good, nice tang to it and just sweet enough. The sushi was not earth-shatering, but if you're in Fremont, or anywhere nearby and want some sushi fast this is a good option. Oh, and very reasonable too, all items ranged from $1 to $4. They also have a Happy Hour in their bar upstairs where they have drink specials and $1 sushi from 4-6pm.

Rocky

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