Address: 823 3rd Ave #101 Seattle (map)
Overall Rating: 6.8 / 10pts
It's a small take out place near inside the Marion Food Court. There are a few chairs and tiny counters inside that you could sit and eat, but majority of the people do a take out, or on a warm sunny day, sit outside where there are tables and chairs. But be careful! They are only open on weekdays from 10:30am to 4:30pm.
Although they have general selectiton of nigiri sushi (all under $4.50 for two piece order), their thing as the name suggest is making rolls. Like I've said before, I don't consider these rolls to be "true" sushi, but I enjoy eating them sometimes for lunch. And Rolls n Sushi is actually pretty good at making these rolls. Their speciality is called Dynamite Roll which looks a lot like okonomiyaki, since it has mayo and sauce on top of California Rolls. This is definitely not a sushi by any Japanese standard, but it's pretty good. My American friends actually consider this to be one of the best sushi they've ever had. My personal recommendation is their Seared Salmon Roll which has salmon wrapped on the outside of the California Roll, and seared. I would say it's probably one of the best rolls I've had in Seattle at a non-traditional sushi restaurant.
They have a few non-sushi side order dish like cucumber sunomono or edamame. Their Eel Donburi is not so bad either.
Since this place cater towards business people during lunch hours, it's crowded during their peak time of noon to 1pm. If there is no line, unless you order something that requires grilling or deep frying, you will get your order in about 5 minutes.