Hop Aboard For Perth’s Best Sushi Trains
Sure, we can get into a high-brow omakase or some comforting ramen, but sometimes you just need the fun factor of a sushi train. Here are just a few of our favourites around Perth.
With plates a mere $3.50 each, you’ll be able to try a bit of everything at Yuzu Kaiten – and with over 100 dishes available, there’s a lot to try! Grab one of their generously portioned, fresh sushi rolls as it whizzes around the restaurant, or order dishes from the tablets (which is well worth doing for their beef tataki, by the way).
Unit 10, 649 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley
The Sushi 2016
The bustling lines attest to The Sushi 2016‘s popularity – and with tasty, fresh, fast sushi like this, it’s no wonder. Don’t let the crowds scare you off: whether you’re at Floreat or Rivervale, they’re super quick, and will have you chowing down on a delicious nigiri or two in no time. The best bit? Plates are all only $3.90.
Shop R3, 1 Howtree Place, Floreat
25 Rowe Avenue, Rivervale
Round out your day’s shopping with a feast at Joondalup’s sushi train, Ryu. They have a huge selection of fresh and varied sushi zooming around, but their friendly service is almost as much of a selling point.
Lakeside Joondalup, 420 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup
The southern hemisphere’s longest sushi train, Sushi Wawa has more types of sushi than you can shake a chopstick at. 62 metres long, the train is practically heaving with favourites like chicken katsu and spicy tuna, as well as less often seen options like spinach ohitashi, or even Peking duck! They’ve got 120 varieties to choose from, so you’re sure to find a few new favourites.
8A Sunray Drive, Innaloo
With history going back to 1995, Jaws pioneered and paved the way for other sushi trains in Perth – and they’re still one of the top destinations around. With three locations, you’re able to sate your sushi train craving all the more easily – and with a classic selection that’ll always hit the spot.
Shop 4 Equus Arcade, 580 Hay Street, Perth
Shop 1, 726 Hay Street, Perth
323 Hay Street, East Perth
What’s even more Japanese than a sushi train? A bullet train, of course! Their traditional maki and nigiri are always solid options, but there’s also plenty to push the envelope to new levels of deliciousness – like their sushi tacos or moreish crispy salmon skin.
Westfield Carousel, Level 1 (near cinemas), 1382 Albany Highway, Cannington
Claremont, 22 St Quentin Avenue, Claremont
Karrinyup Shopping Centre, West Deck Outdoor Dining, 200 Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup
What can’t Aburi House do? A+ nabe and curry will keep you cosy on colder days, but, unsurprisingly they’re also experts when it comes to aburi nigiri. As well as their à la carte offerings, sit back and enjoy some of the deliciousness cruising past on the conveyor.
B4/714 Ranford Road, Southern River
Header image: Sushi Wawa