The Best Sushi Trains in Brisbane

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The only thing better than indulging in sushi delights is the novelty of grabbing said sushi from a moving sushi train in Brisbane. However, the hardest thing is exercising self-control and not eating your entire body weight in sushi!

There are stacks of fun sushi trains all over the city offering incredible Japanese dishes on the go - here are our top picks for the whole family to enjoy.

The Best Sushi Trains in Brisbane

1. Sushi Edo

Sushi Edo Brisbane
Salmon Nigiri from Sushi Edo.

Sushi Edo takes the humble sushi train into the future, with the use of iPads at the table to make ordering your favourite dish a breeze!

Kids will love watching the colourful variety of dishes on offer at one of the best sushi trains in Brisbane. Rice paper rolls, stacks of sides, Nigiri and so much more, with every plate very reasonable priced, plus, they also offer takeaway if it all gets too much and you need to make a quick exit.

There’s also an à la carte menu with more offerings of Japanese goodness. Try their Udon Noodles - they are divine!

CBD - 153 Elizabeth St, Brisbane City
The Barracks - 13/61 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane City
Newmarket - 137/400 Newmarket Rd, Newmarket

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2. Sushi Train

Sushi Train Brisbane
Sushi Train in Brisbane.

From its humble beginnings in Surfers Paradise in 1993, Sushi Train are the conveyer belt, Japanese cuisine pioneers, and we are forever indebted to the Sushi Train chain for the food and fun!

With plates ranging from $3 to $5, there is a massive range of tasty morsels to treat yourself to. They also have noodles, miso soup, dessert, and tea, making Sushi Train a great choice, whatever your appetite.

If you’re mad about your sushi, you can even get a VIP member card. Like other loyalty cards, the more you eat, the more discounts you get. Winning!

Locations: Multiple across the city - visit the website to find a Sushi Train near you

3. Wara Sushi

Best sushi trains in Brisbane
Wara Sushi, Newstead

Quite possibly one of the most stylish sushi trains in Brisbane, Wara Sushi in Newstead offers up chic interiors and scrumptious all-you-can-eat sushi.

The oh-so-delicious sushi plates just keep on coming at Waru Sushi, where their chicken kaarage is legendary, and their portion sizes are ample - need we say more?

Location: Gasworks Plaza, Shop 3004/6, 76 Skyring Terrace, Newstead

4. Ginga

Ginga Fortitude Valley
Ginga, Fortitude Valley

If you're out and about in Fortitude Valley and need a quick hit of a rockin' sushi roll, head to Ginga, hands down one of the top sushi trains in Brisbane.

The plates on offer on the train are so incredibly tasty and reasonably priced - you cannot go past the softshell crab roll it's heaven! Plus, Ginga serves up the chef-crafted classic Bento Box - a favourite amongst savvy diners!

You can also join Ginga Rewards and earn points at nine sister restaurants across Brisbane.

Location: 1000 Ann St, Fortitude Valley 

5. Sushi & Nori

Sushi & Nori Brisbane
Sushi Nori, Fortitude Valley

Another sushi train in Brisbane with ultra-chic interiors, Sushi & Nori pride themselves on top-quality sushi with the freshest ingredients at the best prices, making them a firm Brisbane favourite.

Their expert sushi chefs balance traditional techniques with modern methods to create a huge range of delicious dishes. Their bright and beautiful plates are immaculately presented and bursting with flavour.

The chef's daily selection of sushi at Sushi & Nori is continuously developed to give customers a variety of new and seasonal dishes, including unique, premium dishes you're unlikely to find anywhere else. Their party platters are amazing!

Location: Corner of King Street & Machinery Street, Fortitude Valley

6. Sushi Kiyo

If you're looking for some of the cheapest sushi trains in Brisbane, look no further than Sushi Kiyo. With dishes as low $3.50, Sushi Kiyo is a great spot to take the family for a filling night out.

Sushi Kiyo have three locations across Brisbane, all serving delicious hand-made rolls with all the usually ingredients you know and love. Fresh chicken teriyaki? Tick. Aburi Salmon? Tick. Tempura prawn? Tick. California Roll? And the ticks keep on coming! Sushi Kiyo also have a huge range of their own creations with intriguing names, such as the Paradise Rainbow, Dargon Roll, and the Lion King. 

Coorparoo -
 300 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo
East Brisbane - 33B Lytton Rd, East Brisbane
Redbank Plains - 357/403 Redbank Plains Rd, Redbank Plains

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