Tantalise Your Tastebuds
The first thing you’ll notice about Sushi Bar is the standout graphics which provide a cutting edge 3D effect to the images. You’ll feel as if you’ve been transported into the middle of a reel sushi bar, complete with slightly crazy host who’s prone to manic outbursts with his knives – rather worryingly!
If you take a look at the symbols you’ll find an array of delicious dishes waiting to be sampled. With immaculate presentation typical of the very best sushi bars, this isn’t a game to play when you’re hungry.
Clear Your Plate
There are 5 generously filled reels in Sushi Bar which are set up in front of a table and chairs, so there’s no need to delay in sitting down to play. With a 5×3 configuration you’ll be playing on a maximum of 25 paylines but these can be altered if you’d rather play on fewer. The minimum bet is 0.50 and maximum is 125.00.
If you need a hand on deciding how much to vote, a quick glance over the paytable can help. You can navigate here by clicking on the button on the top right of the reels. There are eight regular symbols to match up and the bottom four require a line of three to register a win. The four top value symbols only require a match of two to pay out.
The top prize available is 5000 for matching five of the oriental teapots. The whole paytable is available on just one screen so you won’t need to scroll through several pages to work out what’s on offer.
Pared down Bonuses
The sushi on offer is filling and delicious but the presentation is simple and minimalist – and those are the principles used to design the game too. There’s nothing here that doesn’t belong, with not a single item out of place. However the same theme also applies to the extras with very few included on the reels.
The soy sauce is the wild and can stand in for all of the other regular symbols and help to make winning combinations more easily. Any win which uses a wild will have the prize automatically doubled. The scatter is represented by an oriental fan. This not only doubles any wins but also gives up to 20 free spins for landing five symbols. You won’t find any progressive jackpots or bonus features on Sushi Bar; the game is limited to just scatters and wilds.
Satisfy Your Appetite
The idea of a slot based around sushi might sound pretty specific but if you’ve enjoyed this culinary escapade you might be interested to learn there’s other games too! So Much Sushi from Microgaming has 5 reels and 25 paylines, and although it’s not as exquisite graphically, it offers a very comparable play. Sushi Express from Amaya Gaming offers cartoonish fun and is a real foodie’s paradise, plus includes a two part bonus win too.
Fish Means Fun
Fish is a common ingredient to many sushi dishes but you’ll probably never have imagined you could have so much fun with a plate of rice and seafood! Sushi Bar from Betsoft offers excellent graphics which really bring the game to life. This makes it a top choice for play even though the high rollers might prefer to give it a miss because of the lack of a progressive jackpot or big bonus.