whole family went out for dinner, so I thought it would be fitting that we went to another sushi train. The best part about Sagunja is that all the plates are $2.90, so you don't have to worry about whether a certain plate is worth a crazily expensive amount; you just have to decide whether it looks yummy or not! As I couldn't find Sagunja's menu, you'll have to put up with my dodgy names and descriptions :)
When we sat down, I might have had a little cry over the fact that I was sitting in a spot that had bad lighting (which would mean taking photos that were even worse than my usual poor standard), but that was all forgotten when it occurred to me that we were sitting right in front of the chef making all the sushi that required the use of a blowtorch. Here we have the Aburi Salmon Nigiri, which was so good that we had this 3 times.
The Aburi Scallop Nigiri was another one worth taking more than once, especially since the scallops actually melted in your mouth and required no chewing- for once, this wasn't me being lazy, I had braces put on 2 days before this dinner XD
The Salmon Belly Nigiri was really fresh, much like the rest of the sushi here.
Between the 4 of us, we ended up finishing 46 plates, which I would say filled us up sufficiently for dinner that night. I'm a bit annoyed at myself for not being able to eat the croquette-looking fried thing that came out on the conveyor belt towards the end, but I guess that's an excuse to give Sagunja another visit.