Kura Sushi a Revolving Sushi Bar Opens in Philly

Kura Sushi Opens in Philadelphia

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Kura SushiPhiladelphia, PA - Kura Sushi is the first revolving sushi bar to open in Pennsylvania.  Located in the building formerly home to the American Eagle Store, this restaurant offers authentic Japanese dishes such as udon and sushi. It also features seasonal items. This eatery is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Kura Sushi Opens in Philadelphia

There are 140 items on the menu; the restaurant is free of artificial colors, preservatives, and additives. It serves a variety of fresh, natural dishes, such as udon, sushi, and ramen. If you are looking for a fun dining experience, you should consider Kura. You can win prizes for eating a certain number of sushi plates. For instance, if you can finish fifteen plates, you will be awarded a small prize.

Another fun feature is the Kura Revolving Sushi Bar. Guests can place drink orders from tablets, and KuraBot will deliver them right to their tables. Once the plates are completed, guests are rewarded with stickers, small collectible figures, and replica pieces of sushi.

Kura's Philadelphia location is located at 1721 Chestnut Street. Guests can order from the menu or at a kiosk.

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