I love sushi train style dining. My favourites are Sushi Railway at Stones Corner in Brisbane and Sushi Ave. in Surfers Paradise.
Sushi is the ultimate 'fast food' with options for vegetarians, gluten free and children (or fussy eaters!). Because you see it being made you know it's fresh and can request your favourites.
Oddly, some people think sushi is raw fish - and fresh raw fish is an option (the salmon is great) but the variety available is huge - avocado and chicken, egg, cucumber ... all delicious! Most sushi places also offer a range of hot options.
I went to one in Morley the other day at Coventrys. It was quite good, but I also go to Jaws in the City and now in a few shopping Centres.
The VERY VERY best sushi place in Perth is not a train but very unusual ingredients and fabulous -in Mt Lawley -let me know if you want names
This is something I have never done but in a way would like to....the fact that I don't like sushi is probably why I haven't, however I believe there are a lot of other little delicacies on offer and the whole experience fascinates me
Eating at sushi train is super fun - they have so many dishes to choose from - not just sushi, but also dumplings, soup, vegetarian, etc. I like making my own soy sauce dipping concotion with wasabi and pickled ginger!
Yes it was fun. I went with my mother & younger daughter to a sushi conveyor belt, restaurant in Oxford St; Paddington, Sydney. Au There is also a sushi train restaurant/cafe in the next superb to where we live, but we haven't tried it yet. It's been there for about 10 years by now I would think!