Kyodai isn't the best sushi in town. Hell, it isn't even the best sushi on its street--that distinction goes to the delectable Sushi Hana. But Kyodai offers instant gratification. Diners choose from luscious pieces of maki, seaweed salad, and other Japanese delicacies as they glide by on a conveyor belt around the sushi bar. It's an excellent place to go when you're in one of those I'll-know-what-I-want-to-eat-when-I-see-it moods. And the parade of food means you'll never be bored if you stop in for a solo bite to eat. Plates are color-coded by price ranging from $2.25 to $5.50, which can be a good deal, or a nightmare if you have zero willpower when it comes to raw fish.