A deluxe plate ($6, above) is the seared salmon and scallop roll. It's fresh, delicious and was enjoyed in two very quick bitefuls. The $5 purple plate of tempura prawn roll (below) has a nice crunch with crumbed prawn and cucumber.
Regular sushi train favourites such as the salmon avocado ($5, above) and the unagi ($5, eel below) met my expectations. Fresh, well put together and delicious! A new and more emerging dish seems to be the Duck Nigiri (below at $4,5) which was enjoyed.
All the other dishes I tried were nice, from grilled salmon to the fried chicken. Sushi train is a great experience but can add up quickly! Niji Sushi has good variety and earns its $72% like rate
I would also strongly suggest you try the dessert platter. For $20, you can enjoy chocolate fondant, creme brulee, ice cream and pudding! All prepared very well and brought a nice spice of variety into the realm of dessert.
Prices: $20-30 per head
Location: 333 Anzac Parade, Kingsford
Summary: Lisa's Rating:
Food: 7/10 for casual dining
Customer Service: 7/10