Marinepolis

★★★☆☆

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I like this place, it's great to take kids and other people who don't like sushi. Everything is mixed with mayo or something or heated with a blow torch, which is a turn off. However, the staff is really friendly and it's great to take people who want to say "I had sushi", when in fact they just had tuna fish sandwich style sushi.

Not bad though, for what it is it is good.

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★★★☆☆

I like this place, it's great to take kids and other people who don't like sushi. Everything is mixed with mayo or something or heated with a blow torch, which is a turn off. However, the staff is really friendly and it's great to take people who want to say "I had sushi", when in fact they just had tuna fish sandwich style sushi.

Not bad though, for what it is it is good.

Pros: Good for what it is, but not real Sushi

Cons: Parking

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Stop, for a second, at the mezmerizing go-around and LOOK around. Filthy. If you do that prior to pulling your first dish... I dare you to stay.

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★☆☆☆☆

Stop, for a second, at the mezmerizing go-around and LOOK around. Filthy. If you do that prior to pulling your first dish... I dare you to stay.

Pros: none

Cons: Filthy and sauce coated everything

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This place is a zoo during lunch time but never takes long to squeeze in to the sushi go round dining. I often call out my own rolls as the best stuff gets swooped up quickly. Ask for fresh edamame, it will be hot and more tasty. They have color coded plates so you can monitor how much your bill is adding up.

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★★★★☆

This place is a zoo during lunch time but never takes long to squeeze in to the sushi go round dining. I often call out my own rolls as the best stuff gets swooped up quickly. Ask for fresh edamame, it will be hot and more tasty. They have color coded plates so you can monitor how much your bill is adding up.

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I like Sushi Land, because there's no waiting. If you are starving - go here the food is ready to eat. The sushi servings come around on a conveyor belt and are very good. Each serving is 2-3 pieces and costs anywhere from $1 - $3.

The sushi chefs are on the other side of the conveyor belt and you can watch them make the sushi. They'll also make you specific pieces to order if you like.

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★★★★☆

I like Sushi Land, because there's no waiting. If you are starving - go here the food is ready to eat. The sushi servings come around on a conveyor belt and are very good. Each serving is 2-3 pieces and costs anywhere from $1 - $3.

The sushi chefs are on the other side of the conveyor belt and you can watch them make the sushi. They'll also make you specific pieces to order if you like.

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Tasty sushi, you cant beat the price. I hear rumors about sushi go rounds having quality issues and people getting sick (beware of your food being delivered atop on a model train) but this particular restaurant has always been great to eat at. The employees however often seems overworked and the manager is really strange. He even went as far as to make groos remarks to the female in our dining party. It was really weird and uncalled for. We have decided to not eat there any longer.
With that all aside though this place is standard cheap good eats. The miso soup is salty and great just the way i like it. You may want to avoid anything seared using a blowtorch because of the propane-ish taste though. Also if you get there at a standard meal time you can expect to wait a little while. Its super popular and I believe its the only sushi "go round" on the east side. I may be wrong about that though.
If you dont mind driving and parking downtown it is totally worth your time to go to the other sushiland location on nw 10th and flanders (or close to that). The atmosphere is much more inviting, there have never been issues with creepy managers and I really think the food tastes better. Oh yeah, and they have a great bar upstairs! I think you have to wait till a certain hour for it to open but you can order sushi from downstaris while you lounge and sip your coctails for the regular "go round" prices. No extra! Sadly the cocktail prices arent as cheap as the sushi but thats ok. After words you can stroll right up 10th to powers and flip through books while you digest to boot!
So beware, with your cheap sushi you may have to deal with creepy and or miserably overworked employees.

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★★★☆☆

Tasty sushi, you cant beat the price. I hear rumors about sushi go rounds having quality issues and people getting sick (beware of your food being delivered atop on a model train) but this particular restaurant has always been great to eat at. The employees however often seems overworked and the manager is really strange. He even went as far as to make groos remarks to the female in our dining party. It was really weird and uncalled for. We have decided to not eat there any longer.
With that all aside though this place is standard cheap good eats. The miso soup is salty and great just the way i like it. You may want to avoid anything seared using a blowtorch because of the propane-ish taste though. Also if you get there at a standard meal time you can expect to wait a little while. Its super popular and I believe its the only sushi "go round" on the east side. I may be wrong about that though.
If you dont mind driving and parking downtown it is totally worth your time to go to the other sushiland location on nw 10th and flanders (or close to that). The atmosphere is much more inviting, there have never been issues with creepy managers and I really think the food tastes better. Oh yeah, and they have a great bar upstairs! I think you have to wait till a certain hour for it to open but you can order sushi from downstaris while you lounge and sip your coctails for the regular "go round" prices. No extra! Sadly the cocktail prices arent as cheap as the sushi but thats ok. After words you can stroll right up 10th to powers and flip through books while you digest to boot!
So beware, with your cheap sushi you may have to deal with creepy and or miserably overworked employees.

Pros: Cheap!!!

Cons: Creepy service

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Sushi is by far my favorite no-guilt comfort food and I have it at least once a week. I decided to try Sushi Land Marinepolis instead of my old standard and was quite disappointed.

This is one of those "watch the sushi move around the counter and reach out and grab a plate" type places. Generally less expensive, but I still expect the quality to be decent. It wasn't.

The unagi (eel) is normally my favorite item. This place serves it very cold (it should be warm, since it should have just been broiled lightly) and as such it does not melt in one's mouth. I generally start and end my "sushi experience" with unagi, so I tried a second plate of it here. It was worse than the first.

They did have fried calamari which someone convinced me to try, and it was ok... but it's not sushi (and does not fit into the no-guilt category, either.) Nothing remains in my memory as something worth getting, so I won't be returning.

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★☆☆☆☆

Sushi is by far my favorite no-guilt comfort food and I have it at least once a week. I decided to try Sushi Land Marinepolis instead of my old standard and was quite disappointed.

This is one of those "watch the sushi move around the counter and reach out and grab a plate" type places. Generally less expensive, but I still expect the quality to be decent. It wasn't.

The unagi (eel) is normally my favorite item. This place serves it very cold (it should be warm, since it should have just been broiled lightly) and as such it does not melt in one's mouth. I generally start and end my "sushi experience" with unagi, so I tried a second plate of it here. It was worse than the first.

They did have fried calamari which someone convinced me to try, and it was ok... but it's not sushi (and does not fit into the no-guilt category, either.) Nothing remains in my memory as something worth getting, so I won't be returning.

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I love Sushi!!! I go to the Sushi Land in Clackamas at least once a week (they have a great staff). I?ve been to the one on Weidler a few times and have never been impressed. The girls at the front desk are rude and unfriendly. Also, they cut the sushi into to big of pieces. It's very hard to eat. If you want good Sushi and a friendly staff, go to the Sushi Land in Clackamas. You'll enjoy it much better there!

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★★★☆☆

I love Sushi!!! I go to the Sushi Land in Clackamas at least once a week (they have a great staff). I?ve been to the one on Weidler a few times and have never been impressed. The girls at the front desk are rude and unfriendly. Also, they cut the sushi into to big of pieces. It's very hard to eat. If you want good Sushi and a friendly staff, go to the Sushi Land in Clackamas. You'll enjoy it much better there!

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It's cheap and it's edible. Those are the highlights. If that was all there was to it, I'd give this place a six on the strength of their low prices. The fly in the ointment, as they say, was waiting almost twenty minutes for an order to come up, only to find out they'd forgotten all about it! I'm pretty sure the owner(s) would have been upset if they had the experience my party did.

Regarding the food: you know you have problems when even the nigiri is entirely uninteresting. I can think of three other conveyor belt sushi places with much higher food quality, at only slightly higher prices. I won't be back.

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★★★☆☆

It's cheap and it's edible. Those are the highlights. If that was all there was to it, I'd give this place a six on the strength of their low prices. The fly in the ointment, as they say, was waiting almost twenty minutes for an order to come up, only to find out they'd forgotten all about it! I'm pretty sure the owner(s) would have been upset if they had the experience my party did.

Regarding the food: you know you have problems when even the nigiri is entirely uninteresting. I can think of three other conveyor belt sushi places with much higher food quality, at only slightly higher prices. I won't be back.

Pros: Rock-bottom pricing

Cons: Service, quality

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The quality of the sushi is terrible even for a conveyor belt place. Everything is Americanized with sloppy sauces and cream cheese/crab meat combos filling everything. It really tastes terrible. When I tried to get take out, I asked them to put the sushi in the take-out boxes and the waitress refused! I said that other restaurants do this and she said, "This is another restaurant." I recommend Sushiville on NW 23rd. This place is not good at all.

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★☆☆☆☆

The quality of the sushi is terrible even for a conveyor belt place. Everything is Americanized with sloppy sauces and cream cheese/crab meat combos filling everything. It really tastes terrible. When I tried to get take out, I asked them to put the sushi in the take-out boxes and the waitress refused! I said that other restaurants do this and she said, "This is another restaurant." I recommend Sushiville on NW 23rd. This place is not good at all.

Pros: Parking, not expensive

Cons: Sushi, service

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I've been going to Marineopolis for about six months now. I'd say I eat there with my friend, Ben, about every other week. I'm a die-hard sushi fan, and I'll have cravings for their tempura yam rolls (only a dollar a plate!!) quite often. Marineopolis has a wide range of elusive and strange sushis, utilizing all sorts of octopus, squid and oddly colored fish, which I admittedly avoid, but their classic salmon and shrimp concoctions do the trick. It's very clean, and you really can't beat the really cheap prices. Marineopolis also offers a variety of friendly foods for the sushi-amateur or vegetarian. Like I said before, I love sushi more than I like most things, so Marineopolis is a place that I will always hold close to my heart. The only downside is that by going there so frequently, their selection does become pretty standard. But just try the aforementioned tempura yam roll and you might get hooked.

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★★★★☆

I've been going to Marineopolis for about six months now. I'd say I eat there with my friend, Ben, about every other week. I'm a die-hard sushi fan, and I'll have cravings for their tempura yam rolls (only a dollar a plate!!) quite often. Marineopolis has a wide range of elusive and strange sushis, utilizing all sorts of octopus, squid and oddly colored fish, which I admittedly avoid, but their classic salmon and shrimp concoctions do the trick. It's very clean, and you really can't beat the really cheap prices. Marineopolis also offers a variety of friendly foods for the sushi-amateur or vegetarian. Like I said before, I love sushi more than I like most things, so Marineopolis is a place that I will always hold close to my heart. The only downside is that by going there so frequently, their selection does become pretty standard. But just try the aforementioned tempura yam roll and you might get hooked.

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