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Published December 31st 2016
If you knew Sushi, like I know Sushi
Sushi has to be one of the best, and most nutritional lunches on the office workers fare. It has been a favourite of mine now for several years. There are many options for Sushi, including Sushi Roll cafes and Sushi Train venues.
My personal preference is for a good Sushi Train, although sometimes they can be a little stale and mundane if the staff are not paying enough attention.
The way a sushi train venue works is that plates of food are placed on a small electric train which circulates in front of the customers seated at the bar. Selections include sushi, sashimi, salads such as edamame (soy kernels) and fried treats like Gyoza, Dim Sim, Spring Rolls and Karage chicken, are pre-prepared in front of you.
You select the plates of choice, which are usually coloured to reflect the different prices of the plate.
In front of you are disposable chopsticks, serviettes and condiments such as Wasabi, Pickled Ginger, and Soy Sauce.
You can order selected dishes from a menu as well as hot treats cooked to order such as Miso Soup, Udon or Ramen noodles, or in some places Korean dishes such as Bibimbap.
My favourite place in Adelaide is Michiru in Regent Arcade. The food is always fresh, plentiful and quickly replaced when needed. While it is a small space, it has an ambience and is not part of a crowded food court. The staff are friendly and the prices reasonable. Sushi plates start at $3:50 and go up to $5 in 50c increments. You can have a comfortable meal with hot Green Tea for $10 if you are on a budget.