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Ginga Sushi Bar and Fusion

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Published July 31st 2011
On Saturday night a friend and I planned to see a movie at South Bank. Our plan was thwarted however, when we arrived to find our movie of choice was already sold out. We decided on a Plan B of feeding ourselves, always a good option. We didn't look far; Ginga Sushi Bar & Fusion is right next door to the theatre and the menu looked great so we strolled on in.

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The restaurant is divided into two parts, the sushi train and the table service section. We were after hot food so we were seated in the table service part and immediately began looking over the menu, which proved an arduous task. It took us far too long to decide what we wanted, both of us going back and forth between a shortlist of options; everything looked so good. This was a time when pictures of the items hinder rather than help the process. Everything was very reasonably priced; the most expensive dish was around $20. I finally settled on a noodle soup dish and my friend, after putting the waiter on the spot and asking her to choose, decided on the same.

The food came quickly, was amazing and generously portioned. I highly recommend this place and will definitely be going back.
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Why? For great value Japanese food
When: 11am to 10pm daily
Where: 167 Grey St, South Bank
Cost: Cheap
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