Don’t plan on making a meal out of this venue.
There were three items available at this cart located on Deck 2 near the casino. Sushi fans shouldn’t get too excited—one of each was doled out on the small plates. Nonetheless, a line forms as soon as the bar opens each evening at 5 p.m. Seating is available in the adjacent lounges.
The short selection from this cart includes chu-maki rolls (salmon and cream cheese), ben nasu (eggplant rolls) and nigiri with tuna. Aside from a couple sauces and cured cucumbers, that’s it. None compared favorably with sushi we enjoy at home, and note that we saw these items show up at La Playa Grill on at least one evening, making a trip to the Sushi Bar a somewhat needless exercise.
Sake is available at the Sushi Bar by the cup ($1.95) or carafe ($5.50).
The Sushi Bar was open each evening from 5 till 8:15 p.m., however it was not opened the first or second day of our cruise.