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The Mitzu Sushi Train

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by Girlie Diaz (subscribe)
Part-time writer, full-time mum.
Published March 19th 2014
A good variety of good food at purse friendly prices
The Sushi Train
Mitzu Sushi Train and Japanese Restaurant


There is always a first time, and today was my first time to try the sushi train. I have already tried yum cha in the popular local Chinese restaurant, and the sushi train is a similar yet different experience: similar in the way food is served, but a totally different cuisine.

In a sushi train, small servings of sushi are freshly made and placed on a moving conveyor that travels round and round the main bar. Patrons just have to pick up anything that they fancy. It is that simple.

There is a good variety of sushi at the Mitzu sushi train.
The jelly fish salad ship at Mitzu had just the right tinge of chilli.


The sushi train at Mitzu is perfect for one's first time, and mine did not disappoint. There is quite a variety in the plates that run down the sushi train tracks, from salad ships to hand rolls. There was a sweet corn salad ship, a jelly fish salad ship, seaweed salad ship, and many other salad ships you can imagine. There was a salmon and avocado hand roll, chicken katsu hand roll, tempura prawn hand roll, and yes, many other hand rolls. There were also prawn cutlets, prawn parcel, scallops, crab craw, and others that I could not recall now.

Beef teriyaki comes with rice and miso soup.
Beef teriyaki comes with rice and miso soup.


Food is not too pricey at Mitzu. A plate in the sushi train starts at $3 and can go as high as $8. If dining out and sky is the limit, by all means just pick up any of the sushi plates that pass by. On the other hand, if there is need to temper your taste buds with affordability, prices are indicated by the dots on the plate. One dot means $3, two dots mean $3.5, three dots mean $4 and four dots mean $4.5, all for red plated sushi. The yellow plate costs $5.5 and the black one is $8.

Salmon teriyaki with rice and miso soup at Mitzu
If you want a regular dining experience, you can order conventional food such as salmon teriyaki with miso soup and rice.


Mitzu is a Japanese restaurant in Macquarie Centre, a few steps away from the Event cinemas. It is in the row of restaurants from the Herring Road entrance of the mall. It is not easy to miss, because it is strategically located at a corner spot. If you are nearby, do drop by and check out their sushi train. They've got variety and the food is good.

Japanese restaurant near Macquarie University
Entree and drinks menu at Mitzu
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Where: Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, NSW
Cost: From $3 up
Your Comment
It's nice that they provide both the train and conventional dining. The Beef teriyaki looks nice.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12492) 2092 days ago
Why is it that all photos of food always look as if someone threw up on the plate....yuk
by rtelc (score: 1|23) 2088 days ago
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