5 Best Sushi Trains in Sydney
Makoto Sushi Bar
World Square, 119 Liverpool Street, Sydney
Makoto Sushi Bar has been around since 1999, which is probably one of the oldest sushi bar on the list. Out of all the sushi bars located around World Square, Makoto serves Sydney's most authentic Japanese sushi Bar, The conveyor carries and serve endless interesting and delicious options and all at a very reasonable prices. Just prepare yourself when it comes to waiting for it will be a good 45 minutes to one hour. But if you are not willing to wait, Makoto also does takeaway.
Sosumi Sushi Train
Lower Ground Floor, GPO Building, Sydney CBD
Sosumi Sushi Train is a best spot for a lunch time bite. You will see the chefs taking the center stage while slicing and dicing the dishes and ready to be plated up for a ride on the train. Just be sure to prepare yourself to indulge in a delicious serve of tuna, salmon or kingfish sashimi with a bottle of sake.
339-345 Sussex Street, Sydney
Sushi Rio is a great place for casual hangouts. They are greatly known for their wide range of Japanese dishes that can perfectly match with your favorite sushi at a very affordable price. Their best seller is definitely sushi nigiri and perfectly pair it with their grilled salmon.
Blacktown, Double Bay, Gordon, Five Dock and Lane Cove
Sushi Maru's wide range of choices of sashimi, nigiri, and tempura delights are really overwhelming. Just hind your perfect seat at the train and watch the dishes make their way around. It is best to start with your go-to's before going all the way up to Sushi Maru's special dishes or you can also dig in anything that is appealing to your eyes.
The Galeries, 500 George Street, Sydney
The moment you step inside this sushi place, it will immediately transport you to the streets of Tokyo because of its stylish interior. Sushi Hotaru is also known not just for its great interiors but also for its deliciously made dishes at an affordable price. Customers will surely enjoy their fresh handmade sushi together with some of Japanese staples such as Udon soup and Edamame. They also allow you to order through a digital touch screen menu system which is really impressive.
There you go. I hope you enjoy roaming around Sydney and searching for Sushi places that serves really delicious dishes. Happy eating!