This Japanese treat is great to enjoy either as a snack, and/or as a proper lunch. The likes of the city and Chatswood are home to an abundance of sushi trains. Within good reason, these sushi trains attract the crowds. Many of us are more than happy to wait for a table. Within seconds the bowls stack up, and we're satisfied. Otherwise, sushi fare at any specialised Japanese or sushi restaurant will keep soy sauce manufacturers busy. Our taste buds will tantilise in a spin with more wasabi and ginger. Take away sushi joints are ever so popular. Now we have sushi for sale in some of our supermarkets too. It is a given Sydney, we love our sushi. Where is the best sushi in Sydney? At a take away establishment? At a Japanese restaurant? On a sushi train?
Sushi on Stanley in Darlinghurst. Their prices are fantastic, and they're really generous with the raw tuna and raw sashimi pieces. If you're lucky, you can watch your rolls being hand made before your very eyes. A cash only establishment.