Brisbane’s Best Sushi Trains
The only thing better than indulging in sushi delights, is the novelty of grabbing said sushi from a moving train. The hardest thing is exercising self-control and not eating your entire body weight in sushi.
There are stacks of places all over the city offering incredible sushi, here are our top picks.
Sushi Edo, Several Locations
Sushi Edo takes the humble sushi train into the future, with the use of ipads at the table to help you with your selection.
Kids will love watching all the colour of the huge variety of plates on offer. Rice paper rolls, stacks of sides, Nigiri and so much more, with every plate priced at $3.80.
There’s also an al a Carte menu with more offerings of Japanese goodness. (you have to get involved in their Udon Noodles, divine!)
They also offer takeaway if it all gets too much and you need to make a quick exit.
Learn more: Sushi Edo website
Sushi Train, Several Locations
From it’s humble beginnings in Surfers Paradise in 1993, Sushi Train are the conveyer belt, Japanese cuisine pioneers! We are forever indebted to this chain for the food and fun.
With plates ranging from $3 - $5, there is a massive range of tasty morsels to treat yourself to. They also have noodles, tea, dessert and miso soup, making it 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.
Learn more: Sushi Train website
This is a funkier, more up market version of your typical sushi conveyer belt in Paddington. Moga adds a whole bunch of personality, ambience and fun to your delicious meal.
If that’s not enough for you, there’s a Robata Grill for you to cook your own meats and fish. Fully licenced, Moga has a great selection of Japanese beers and Saki to complete the whole experience.
I would leave the kids at home for this one and enjoy a date night or fun girls night out.
Learn more: Moga website
Crazy Fish, Everton Park
This sushi place is the best-kept secret amongst the locals for the reasonable pricing and exceptional food.
Crazy Fish prides itself on offering authentic Japanese fare from sushi plates on the train to the delicious noodles.
They have a diverse menu, incredible service and great atmosphere for kids and adults alike.
Learn more: Crazy Fish website
LR Sushi, Several Locations
Anyone that has walked past Adelaide Street at lunchtime will tell you how crazy the queue is to get into this place. That many people can’t be wrong.
The menu is huge and everything is made fresh. With so many customers to cater for, you can almost guarantee your delicious meal will be incredibly fresh.
Due to such an extensive menu, they cater to all tastes, budgets and appetites. LR Sushi certainly will not let you down. Worth the wait.
Learn more: LR Sushi website
Ginga, Several Locations
With four very different locations, you can enjoy the goodness of Ginga cuisine by the water, in the heart of town, while you shop or mix it up with a fusion menu at Southbank.
The plates on offer on the train are so incredibly tasty and reasonably priced. (you cannot go past the softshell crab roll…heaven).
They also have a range of Bento Boxes*, which are arguably the greatest gift Japan has given the world.
Learn more: Ginga website
*selected locations only. Check website for more details.
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