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Delicious, Colourful, Perfect Sushi
Sushi Train is a popular, well-known Japanese restaurant that has been set up at multiple locations all around Australia. Their sushi not only boasts of quantity and quality, but also attracts its patrons with their immaculate presentation.
The Sushi Train restaurant on Gouger Street is placed at the primal spot in Adelaide CBD and depending on what time of the day you decide to grab a bite there, you can expect to be greeted with exceptionally good service and a delicious range of sushi dishes to choose from.
One thing to keep in mind is to go to Sushi Train with the attitude that you will try something based on how it looks. It does not have to be seafood - in fact, pick a plate of chicken wings as an appetizer, in case you feel overwhelmed by the variety that fills up the train. But make sure you try at least one dish that looks the most unique, because that's how you can enjoy the adventure that is Sushi Train.
Chicken Teriyaki Sushi drizzled with Soy and Mayonnaise
One specific dish at Sushi Train that I would definitely recommend is - and I know it's not a sushi, but I can promise you this; it will please your tastebuds - Calamari.
This beautiful dish is only $3 and tastes absolutely divine. It has taken me quite a while to find a place in Adelaide where I can find a decent plate of calamari without it being too rubbery or overcooked, and I believe Sushi Train has satisfied that craving best.
Calamari Rings @ Sushi Train
Don't be surprised if you end up with a tower of plates - you won't be able to help yourself, because the dishes and sushi served here are flawless, in my opinion.
On September 8th 2012, Sushi Trains all over Australia are offering their entire range of sushi dishes at $2 to celebrate their 20th anniversary, so I'd highly recommend everyone to make the most of this amazing deal and try everything that you've always wanted to try but were too shy (or short of cash) to do so. And while you're there, devouring these tasty meals, why not sign up for a membership? For only $3, you get a sushi train card on which you can collect rewards every time you dine there. Save those points for a rainy day and use them up when you are desperate for a delicious meal at absolutely no cost - trust me, it feels good.
September 8th 2012 - Go celebrate Sushi Train's 20th Anniversary with $2 Sushi Dishes
Well guys, I tried today at Unley.
But just as I started looking for a park, I noticed a queue that seemed to go for a block or two, so decided to give it a miss lol.
Looks like I will have to pay full price for the calamari experience.
OMG!!! I have been wondering when they would do a $2 day thing again. I have been missing out every year. Thank you, thank you, thank you I have locked it in my diary. Have you been to the branch at Unley... Classier looking...