Aki Running Sushi at K in Lautern
If you’re tired of K in Lautern’s food court and just want to eat in normal restaurant without having to stand in line to make an order, Aki Running Sushi is the place to go. I know what you all are thinking, “sushi is good but it’s usually expensive” — not here! The restaurant gives you several selections, such as boxes of sushi (premade) or a conveyor belt with a large selection of assorted sushi. Most customers choose to eat next at the conveyor belt because you get your money’s worth from this option. It’s all you can eat depending on your option of time; 30 minutes at the conveyor belt will cost 8.95 euro and an hour is priced at 12.95 euro (per person). Customers choosing 30 minutes generally want to scarf down some food and quickly head back to shopping. Those who stay for an hour usually want to relax and chill without having the clock to pressure them to finish their meals quickly.
If you are not into sushi, don’t worry. The top level of the conveyor belt has other small Japanese dishes, like sweet & sour chicken, stir-fry vegetables, egg rolls, shrimp and much more. The bottom layer is a large variety of sushi. This restaurant is a great place to go when you want a break from walking all over the Kaiserslautern Mall. Running Sushi is occasionally busy but never too crowded, so you can often find a table for your family and/or friends. Don’t take my word for it; discover it for yourself.
Tips: If you want the freshest food on the conveyor belt, sit at the back of the restaurant next to the kitchen. If you sit in the wrong areas, the best dishes are often picked over.
Fun tips: Try to see how many plates you can stack before the waiter takes them away.