Diner Bros Sushi Bros DLC Serves Up Delicious Eastern Food June 2019

Published: June 7, 2019 3:47 PM /


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The first piece of Diner Bros DLC has been announced! Diner Bros Sushi Bros will be adding a bunch of new Japanese-themed dishes, drinks, equipment, and more for players to enjoy. If you like to cook food for a restaurant full of customers, you won't want to miss this latest batch of new content for JAYFL's restaurant simulator game Diner Bros!

Take a look at the Diner Bros Sushi Bros Announcement Trailer to see some of these new toys in action:


The first notable additions in the Sushi Bros DLC is all of the delicious Japanese food and drink you'll be able to serve up. Rice, edamame, maki, sashimi, nigiri, grilled fish, yakitori, soy sauce, and sushi are all new dishes available on the menu. The drinks selection has also expanded with tea and sake. Of course, the Japanese love eating fish, and that's why you can now expand your restaurant with a fishing pier! This pier will allow you to catch your own fish to cook in a variety of new dishes when the Sushi Bros DLC launches on June 18, 2019.

Four new special customers will pop up at your restaurant in this DLC. That won't be the only thing that's changing, either — a bunch of new appropriately-themed equipment for Asian cuisine is added in this DLC. You can hire NPCs to help you out or play the game in co-op with 2–4 of your friends!

We checked out Diner Bros as part of our Coverage Club series. If you don't yet already own Diner Bros, you can get it on Steam right now for $9.99 or your regional equivalent. The Diner Bros Sushi Bros DLC will launch on June 18, 2019, at a price of $4.99 or your regional equivalent.

What do you think of the Diner Bros Sushi Bros DLC? Are you interested in expanding your restaurant experience into Asian food or would you have preferred to see another region? Let us know in the comments below!

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