10 of the Best Sushi Trains in Sydney

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Choo-choo... all aboard the Sydney sushi train! Who doesn’t love pulling up for a quick sushi feed? And lucky for us Sydneysiders, our sushi-mad city is full of restaurants churning the old sushi train conveyor belt. 

Whether you're enjoying a date night, dinner with the kids or a quick bite for lunch, you can rest easy knowing that a visit to any of these 10 tried and tested sushi trains in Sydney will tick all the right boxes and satisfy those salty cravings. 

10 of the Best Sushi Trains in Sydney

1. Sushi Train

Sushi Train Sydney
A stop off at Sushi Train is always a good idea.


With 13 different locations scattered throughout Sydney, Sushi Train remains the authentic and fun choice for families that love freshly prepared fare.

Watch the onsite chefs churn out all your favourite wholesome rolled classics, from rolls to nigiri, noodle bowls, classic chicken katsu curry and more. And if you haven’t tried the Japanese tea-green cola yet, you’re in for a treat.

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Location: Multiple across Sydney - visit the website to find a Sushi Train near you.

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2. Makoto Sushi Bar & Restaurant

The best sushi trains in Sydney
Makoto Sushi Bar & Restaurant


For an authentic sushi train in Sydney, look no further than Sushi Makoto.

Literally translated as ‘sincerely’, diners can rest easy knowing that the food is always prepared lovingly by hand and not by a machine, made fresh daily to our discerning standards.

You’ll find endless options rolling out on the well-oiled train, and make sure to check out the weird but wonderful ‘Grilled Cheese’ sushi roll for something a bit different.

Always fresh, always fast, this is a no-brainer for families on the CBD lunch or dinner run looking for clean, authentic flavours - yum!

Location: 119 Liverpool St, Sydney

3. Sushi Maru

Sushi Maru
Sushi Maru


Satisfy your sushi cravings at this consistently impressive and popular sushi train in Sydney.

Sushi Maru have locations dotted across Sydney, so there’s something for everyone on the menu (and train!), including all the usual favourites.

Make sure you try the Sushi Maru famous fried chicken karaage - it's heavenly!

Location: Multiple across Sydney - visit the website to find a Sushi Maru near you.

4. Gou Sushi

Gou Sushi
All Gou Sushi dishes are made fresh daily.


This cheap and cheerful lunch- and dinner-time affair will not disappoint if you’re in the Surry Hills ‘hood' and eager to pull the tribe in for a quick sushi train feed.

Grab a precious pew around the train and watch the chefs in the middle skillfully prepare all your favourite sushi yummies. Indulging in clean, market-fresh seafood is certainly not a chore at Gou Sushi.

Location: 2/30 Chalmers St, Surry Hills

5. Snacky Chans

Snacky Chans
All aboard the sushi train at Snacky Chans!


On a quest to make Paramatta Road great again is the fun and Japanese-inspired sushi train vibes of Snacky Chans.

Kids will love ordering from the special Karate Kids menu offering traditional favourites like the BBQ pork steam bun, Katsu kid chicken, and tempura fish pieces.

There’s something for the whole family at Snacky Chans, and sushi train prices start as low as $3.50 per plate! #funtimes

Location: 143 Parramatta Road, Annandale

6. Monster Sushi & Bar

The best sushi trains in Sydney
Monster Sushi & Bar


We think we might have found the chicest sushi train in Sydney!

Monster Sushi & Bar on Sussex Street is ultra trendy with impeccable interiors and even more impeccable dishes. Sit yourself at the conveyor belt and get ready to dine on your favourite moveable Japanese dishes, all served fresh from the kitchen.

Monster Sushi are also available for private functions.

Location: Shop 1, 234 Sussex Street, Sydney

7. K’s Sushi

Consistently dishing out traditional, quality sushi with oodles of variety is the K’s Sushi experience.

Whether you choose to grab your order to go or dine in at their relaxed, open-plan restaurant, the menu options are endless.

Families are always welcome - they even have high chairs for the littlies!

Where: 59 Burwood Road, Burwood

8. Mitzu

Mitzu Macquarie Centre
Mitzu


Mitzu is one of our favourite sushi trains in Sydney because of its tasty dishes, wide variety of options and its size - there always seems to be plenty of seating available at this popular spot!

Located in Macquarie Centre, Mitzu is the perfect spot to stop off for lunch while you shop or a yummy dinner before catching a movie. 

Location: Level 3 at Macquarie Centre, Cnr Waterloo Rd, Macquarie Park

9. Sushi Hotaru

The best sushi trains in Sydney
Sushi Hotaru


Located in the heart of the CBD, Sushi Hotaru are masters at peddling incredibly fresh and tasty Japanese dishes to Sydney diners on the go. 

The menu is always fresh and includes flavour-packed favourites such as sashmi, ngiri, big and small rolls, gunkan, oysters, chicken teriyaki, wagyu beef, agedashi soft shell grab and plenty more.

Location: 500 George St, Sydney

10. Sushirio

Another one of the best sushi trains in Sydney right in the heart of the city, Sushirio is an authentic, casual Japanese eatery that is sure to become your family's new favourite spot.

Once the conveyor belt starts up for lunch at 12 pm, it doesn't stop serving the crowds until closing with dish after dish of nigiri, hand rolls, chicken karaage, donburi and more. A la carte options are also available. Enjoy!

Location: Shop 7/339A Sussex St, Sydney

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