Sushi King

For the last two decades, the population in Kota Kinabalu has experience a tremendous growth, and as well as becoming a more cosmopolitan city. With the increase in population naturally there are more mouths to feed. Many new restaurants with various different cuisines have since mushroom up around the city, and Japanese cuisine is one of them. Sushi King, one of the most popular Japanese Restaurants in Malaysia, has about 50 outlets scattered around the cities in Malaysia. At the moment Kota Kinabalu has two Sushi King outlets, one is located at 1Borneo Hypermall and the other one is at City Mall, both of these are also the newest shopping centre in KK.

Sushi King offers a wide selection of seafood, many of these are freshly caught from the near by sea, and some are exclusively imported from Japan. Japanese food is considered health, because it is mostly seafood base. Even the Wasabi is believe to prevents cancer and harmful blood clots. No wonder Japanese are the longest living people in the world, Japan can easily boost of having more centenarian than any other countries in the world.

For the meats eaters, there are no need to be concerned, because Sushi King does have beef and chicken in the menu. Beside the many main dishes, there are also many different types of set menu in different price range to suit every one. Set menu price starts from RM 19.90.

What’s make Sushi King different from the other Japanese Restaurants is that it has a moving belts system that bring small platters around the restaurant. The belts system resemble a train system with its tracks, delivering plates after plates of mouth watering Japanese delicacies from the kitchen to the guests. Each of the platters is marked with a colour on its outer ring, different colours represent different price tag, and there are as many as 5 different colours. These are the colours, blue (RM 2), beige (RM 3), pink (RM 4), red (RM 5), and purple (RM 6). For those who comes with a limited budget, a word of caution, because of the delicious food, continue picking up platters from the running belts, can easy off set one from the original budget.


Beige is the major colour for the interior setting, plus little brown and red here and there, and not forgetting the bright lighting, Sushi King does offer a sleek and relax place to have a joyful eating outing with friends and families.

Sushi King
C-310 & C-311, Concourse Floor,
1 Borneo Hypermall, Jalan Sulaman,
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

Sushi King
1st Floor Block A, City Mall,
Lorong City Mall, Jalan Lintas,
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

Note: all the above pictures and video are taken at Sushi King (1Borneo Hypermall).

Other Japanese Restaurants reviewed by
Michi Japanese Restaurant
Nagasaki Japanese Restaurant

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