Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司
Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 Review
From the price, food quality and service, Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 disappoints at all levels. You’ll typically see a line out the door with people wanting to eat here. Don’t trust the line. It’s all other tourists.
2/5 Service: As soon as you sit down at Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司they hand you a menu and wait there for you to order. It felt rushed and they recommend their specials. The specials didn’t look that good but we tried one anyway with disappointing results.
2/5 Scallops were overcooked and tasted like rubber. I wouldn’t get it again
2/5 Chopsticks are cheap and had a lot of splints
3/5 Cheese croquettes were okay, but wouldn’t get it again.
3/5 Sushi: The sushi is served with thick slices on a small ball of rice. No matter how you eat it, the sushi will collapse. It’s too big for 1 bite. The sushi at Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 was straight up fish and rice and you’ll have to add the wasabi.
2/5 Shrimp roll special; it was one tempura shrimp in an egg wrap filled with mayonnaise and lettuce. It was edible but I didn’t like it. It’s too big to eat in 1 bite so it will also collapse when eating.
3/5 Ambiance is fun and lively. The train is a fun touch, but the actual table eating space is very cramped. The restaurant is very tiny so when you go pay the bill you have to dodge everything and everyone.
2/5 Value: It’s surprisingly very expensive at tourist prices in the Ximen area. We spent about 700-800NT per person while you could get a better experience for about 300NT or less per person at Kura Sushi or Sushiro.
Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 is located in the Ximending walking area and easily draws a crowd of tourists because of their food train. It seems unsanitary since the food is not covered and people are sitting very close to that train.
Go somewhere else
Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 Menu And Additional Photos
Da Che Lun Sushi 大車輪火車壽司 Location
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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