Have a Rolling Good Time at These 6 Tasty Sushi Trains In Sydney

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Sydney is a city that loves sushi and the sushi train is just as popular as its omakase bars. With so many sushi trains to choose from, it can be challenging to find the best one, so we’ve done the hard work for you and curated a list of the six best sushi trains in Sydney.

From traditional Japanese cuisine to modern fusion dishes, these sushi trains are sure to satisfy your cravings for fresh and tasty sushi.

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Sushi Rio

Haymarket and Chatswood
Sushi Rio is a household name in Sydney, especially when it comes to an affordable, tasty sushi train option. With a vast selection of sushi dishes, including nigiri, sashimi, and rolls, it’s the perfect place to go for a quick and delicious sushi fix. The restaurant also offers a range of hot dishes, such as gyoza and tempura, if you’re travelling with non-sushi lovers.

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Photo: Sushi Maru

Sushi Maru

Multiple locations
Expect well-priced, high-quality sushi, sashimi, and nigiri at Sushi Maru. You can take a seat at the train, which is always a preferred choice, or order off the menu and spread out at a table. They have several signature dishes, including an aburi and salmon salad, which is a crowd-favourite. Don’t forget to try a hand roll. They have locations in Lane Cove, Double Bay, Blacktown, Five Dock, and more.

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Sushi Express

This vibrant sushi train has art adorning its walls and is the go-to for sushi in Bondi. The menu is extensive, but you can expect to see the classics in sushi, sashimi and nigiri, along with hot dishes, including noodle soup. They do scallops on the grill and a spicy prawn that’s popular. You can also get a bento box filled with delicious rolls.

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Photo: Sushi Hotaru

Sushi Hotaru

If you’re looking for something elevated, Sushi Hotaru has a reputation for serving up high-quality sushi at affordable prices. Sushi Hotaru’s menu features a range of traditional sushi dishes as well as unique creations such as sushi burgers and sushi doughnuts.

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Makoto is a small sushi train in Sydney’s CBD that offers a classic conveyor belt sushi experience. The restaurant’s menu boasts a range of classic sushi dishes, including nigiri, sashimi, and rolls, along with a vegetarian menu. Did we mention the sushi is made fresh to order?

best sushi train sydney
Photo: Edomae Sushi

Edomae Sushi

This intimate sushi bar is a great spot to spend a long lunch, savouring quality and authentic Edomae sushi dishes. Edomae sushi is a style of sushi that originated in Tokyo during the 19th century. It’s characterized by its use of vinegar-seasoned rice and fresh, high-quality ingredients such as seafood, seaweed, and vegetables.

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