Ohh Sushi

Ohh Sushi is a sushi train place located on the busy King William Road cafe precinct. Situated on a nice corner position, there is an abundance of natural light that flows into this place, which is unlike other sushi train establishments. They have a train that does quick laps around the circuit, but that’s where…

Miyabi Sushi

When one sushi place closes on James Place, another one opens. The new player in the sushi game is Miyabi Sushi. The decor here is modern and contemporary with nice use of earth tones in the form of timber facades. The full length mirror across the bar seating area gives this place a sense of…

Michiru

I know it’s cheaper to buy sushi rolls individually, but I’m kind of getting used to having my sushi delivered by train. Being inside an arcade, the place is a lot smaller than some of their competitors. Seating is limited, however, that doesn’t detract from the popularity of this place. The thing I like about…

Saizen Sushi Bar

I’m a big fan of sushi that comes on a train, so when I heard Saizen did $3 plates on a Sunday night, I was on the first train there! Saizen is located on the northern end of O’Connell Street. The decor is traditional with a nice high divider that separates the customers on either…

Sushi Train – Grenfell St

I choo-choo choose you Sushi Train! The Grenfell Street Sushi Train is conveniently located right in the heart of the CBD. As this sushi train station is closest to where I work, I’m not going to miss the plates on this train because I don’t have too far to walk. This store is a bit…

Sushi Bar Genki

Sushi Bar Genki is the latest sushi train style place to open up in Adelaide. The store is run by the grandmaster of sushi, Chef Ikeda. Most of the Japanese restaurants in Adelaide will have owners or chefs that have worked under him. His presence is felt, as he stands in the centre, directing the…

Yoi Noodles and Sushi

Yoi is a Japanese take away outlet in the City Cross food court. As their name suggests, they do noodles and sushi as well as various other Japanese dishes. Today, I ordered the Inside Out California Roll with Sesame Seeds. The sushi was wrapped in a cellophane wrapper and was nicely presented. The sushi rice…

O’Sushi O’Bento

O’Sushi O’Bento is a Japanese food outlet in the Central Markets food court. As their name suggests, they sell sushi and bento boxes. Ordering is simple, you go up to the counter and pay, they give you a ticket and you wait. Today, I ordered the Spicy Yakiniku bento box. The dish was ready after…

China Bar

If there was a prime location within Station Arcade, China Bar would have it. Located right at the entrance on Hindley Street, the food stall is divided into two sections. One side serves your traditional Chinese take away dishes, while the other side serves sushi and your usual Japanese fare. Tonight, I ordered their Salmon and…

Sushi Train – Unley

As far as Sushi Train franchises go, I think this one is one of the best. The store is modern and spacious, and the customer turnover is high which means the sushi is fresher. The place is amazingly popular. There was a line up the whole time we were there and even when we walked…

Genki Roll

Genki Roll is a sushi place located in the Adelaide Central Plaza food court. Like all other sushi stores, they also sell sushi packs, noodles and Japanese salads. There’s plenty of seating in the food court, however, the seats are shared with the numerous other outlets. For a great photo, I picked the best looking…

Cherry Blossom Sushi – Gorge Rd

After coming back from a 3 hour hike at Morialta, we popped in to the Newton Shopping Centre and discovered there weren’t too many places to eat. The only real option for our hungry stomachs was the sushi franchise, Cherry Blossom. Today, I ordered the Crumbed Prawn and Crumbed Chicken Sushi. The sushi rice tasted…