Read somewhere about Sushi Airways offering $15 set lunch so we dropped by to try it out. The main selling point about this eatery is their decoration which was designed to look like flight cabin. We also saw their “boarding pass” lookalike business card. The service staff was also wearing a uniform mimicking that of an air stewardess.
There were a few set lunch options available – all inclusive of salad with japanese wafu dressing, miso soup and hot green tea. We ordered a Salmon Teriyaki and a Katsu rice set.
I particularly liked the Salmon Teriyaki which was nicely grilled – soft and juicy. There was even tofu pudding as dessert. The set lunch was quite a steal, definitely worthy of returning visits.