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An Exciting New All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Destination Arrives in Carrollton

At Sushi Kushi, $35 and an empty stomach gets you access to an unlimited bounty of rolls and nigiri

Sushi rolls filled with shrimp tempura and covered with strips of salmon.
Salmon rolls and so much more await at this new AYCE sushi destination
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Sushi Kushi, a new destination for all-you-can-eat sushi served in fancy boats, has arrived in Carrollton.

The restaurant quietly made its debut at the end of September at 2680 Old Denton Road, and is already earning a reputation as the city’s most exciting new spot for unlimited sushi. The menu is pretty extensive, largely centered around classic sushi favorites, like seared salmon nigiri and caterpillar rolls, plus fried tempura rolls and signature rolls like the Playboy, filled with tempura shrimp, asparagus, and spicy tuna.

Despite only (quietly) opening its doors days ago, the restaurant has already earned a visit from famed food YouTuber Mikey Chen, who moved to Dallas-Fort Worth earlier this year. In a video that’s already racked up nearly half a million views, Chen takes on the all-you-can-eat options with relish, eating a slew of rolls and nigiri while praising the freshness of the fish and composition of the dishes at Sushi Kushi.

Sushi buffets aren’t exactly plentiful in Dallas-Fort Worth, but there are a few that have earned loyal followings throughout the years. There’s Osaka in Addison, formerly known as Tokyo One, and the (relatively) new Soto Sushi in Bedford.

According to its Instagram account, Sushi Kushi is currently in its “soft opening” phase, with plans for a grand opening party on October 19. For all-you-can-eat sushi service, diners can expect to pay $35.