Awesome little place. Not a huge selection of vegetarian options but definitely enough for a meal. The mochi was especially delicious!
I am usually not a big fan of sushi but this was awesome. It was my first time going to a restaurant with a sushi train. Everything looked so delicious! They charge by the plate so you basically just grab whatever you like the look of off the train and eat it. They the bill gets totalled up at the end by the number and colour of plates you ate. I was actually surprised at the cost. It wasn't the cheapest around but it definitely wasn't expensive. I felt it was money well spent for the freshness and quality of the sushi. Plus I had so much fun! I ate alot tofu sushi and some karaage chicken. The chicken was to die for! Highly recommend that! And the tofu is a great alternative for those with dietary needs like vegetarian or vegan. There were also other options i noticed; avocado sushi, deep fried tofu and beans. The restaurant is also family friendly. Kids love the sushi train! I saw quite a number of kids and even a new born in the restaurant. The staff are very accommodating and gave fantastic service. They also had a bathroom which was very clean and free lemon water. If you are wanting to park really close, try find a spot on Allen Street. It seems like all the parking in the city is paid. But it only cost us $5 for an hour.
We found this gem with the entertainment book and couldn’t have been happier. A great selection of foods to cater to kids as well as adults. And very reasonably priced! $30 for lunch for three (with entertainment book 25%)
Fabulous to be able to quickly eat as soon as you sit down. Fish was lovely and fresh and lots of variety to pick from on the sushi train.
A sushi train! Great selection of tasty sushi options being made in real time by the chef only metres away. Plates priced by colour. Highly recommended for quick, casual and great date or family experience, or even alone. It all works. We've been going to catch since the nineties, then with our kids as they grew up, and now just ourselves again, or with our now 20-somethings who still love it.