Saturday, 9 April 2016

Sushi Train, Newtown

When I went to the Sushi Train in Newtown, I was a bit naughty and had the chocolate fondant.
The sushi train in Newtown is located minutes from the station and is quite busy as I visit on a Wednesday night. 


You normally don't expect high quality sashimi from a sushi train but Sushi Train in Newtown will surprise you. The sashimi is thickly cut and taste really fresh. I ordered the mix sashimi plate for $14 (8 pieces) which had salmon, kingfish and tuna sashimi. If you're a Washoku lover member then you can also get a deal. When you order the salmon sashimi (4 pieces for $7) then you get a bonus two pieces. Just show them your free membership from Washoku Lovers.



Grey plates are $3 including the the corn salad ship full of mayo and corn baby!


The most expensive plates are green and include this Salmon Volcano ($5, below). It's grilled salmon topped with mayo and spicy sauce.


The purple plates are $4.50 and the best plate is the chocolate fondant. LOL, or the chicken kaarage (below).



My favourite sushi of the night is the Aburi Chicken Cheese Roll (below, $4). It's cheesey saucey and the chicken taste homely in this combination. Oh yeah. The cheese is melted and grilled on top. You must order this one.



These two are $5 each as they are on green plates. This includes the salmon with grilled scallop on top (known as the TK). I wanted more scallop so the one on the right below is grilled scallop topped with grilled mayo.





I recommend the grilled pork dumpling - Gyoza for $4. I suggest you order this fresh so it's hot. The skin is thin and slightly crunchy. Love it.


My photographer Matt was a bit fan of the marble beef aburi $4.50 (it was 9 grade) and was saying it was amazing! He also devoured the duck aburi $4.50 as well. Highly recommended.







For a limited time, there was yuzu gelato. It was really refreshing and tasty and went well with the chocolate fondant. So how many plates can you handle on the choo choo sushi train?






Head Chef will serve some love (sushi) for you! Keep an eye out for Chef Satoshi! I forced him into this photo. LOL

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Sushi Train Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Weekend Food Escapes dined as a guest of Washoku Lovers. All words, photos and opinions are my own.

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