Whats the best kind of train you ask? A sushi train would be the correct answer. If youre looking for a Japanese style feed that involves delicious plates of sushi rolling past your eyes, this guide has got your back.

 

Sushi Bar Genki

Sushi Bar Genki is owned by renowned Japanese chef Shozo Ikeda who moved to Adelaide over 25 years ago. He set up Sushi Bar Genki as a unique concept in Adelaide offering a modern twist on the traditional sushi train. So, what makes it different? You can order your sushi fresh through an iPad. This means you can scroll through the menu and take as long as you want to decide what you want to eat, without having to wait for the train to come around. Although, theres that too! There are endless sushi choices, both traditional Japanese and contemporary varieties to suit Australian tastes. The best time to visit is weekdays during lunch. With great lunch sets and sushi plates for $3.30, you cant say no.

163 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000 | (08) 8211 9848

 

Sushi Train

Its in the name isnt it? There are two Sushi Train locations in Adelaide, one conveniently located on Grenfell Street, and the other in the heart of Chinatown. Each store has the same core menu of sushi plates. However, the range of meals, sides, desserts, and drinks varies from store to store. Plates of sushi range from $3-$5 with a variety of nigiri, sushi rolls, ship, and hand rolls available. As well as larger meals available to order such as udon noodles and rice bowls. Theres something for everyone, traditional seafood, chicken, beef, and heaps of vegetarian options. If its a sushi train called Sushi Train, it has to be good, right? Right.

Shop 4 & 5, 82 King William St, Adelaide, SA 5000 | (08) 8410 7100

Shop 34, Central Market Arcade, Adelaide, SA 5000 | (08) 8231 3733

 

Todai Sushi King

Todai Sushi King is located just out of the hustle and bustle of the mall on Rundle Street and is the perfect spot for a bite to eat. Plates are always $3, so if youre in need of a cheap and quick sushi pick-me-up, this is your place. Theres a large range of sushi to keep you satisfied. Todai Sushi King has a more western twist to their sushi train; youll find lots of variety including seafood, meat, and vegetarian options, and lots of kewpie mayo (yum). There is also a takeaway sushi area where you can pick up a sushi roll or two for on the go. Todai Sushi King is your go to place for a quick sushi pitstop.

Todai Sushi King | 182 Rundle St, Adelaide SA 5000 | (08) 7226 1587

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