Even if I had hands I couldn’t count the number of times I’d opted for dinner at this unassuming best kept secret of Surry Hills. You could say it’s my ‘Gou To’ Sushi pick (I’m SO sorry).
The interior features a large sushi train that surrounds the Jedi Master, as he churns out some of the freshest and most innovative sushi this side of Osaka.
As I’m not a fan of ‘A-la-Train’, this acts more like a moat to stop me from jumping over and gorging myself on the delicacies that lay beyond. I need to calm myself with a drink.
The Sake is dry and inexpesnive. Perfect for a palate like mine, and almost anybody’s wallet.
Classics sides such as Agedashi Tofu, share menu real estate with Deep Fried Crab Balls, and Raw Beef. Jump in.
With a blend of classic and sometimes fusion styles of sushi, there appear to be no rules, but plenty of results. I was once presented here with a Deep Fried Inari, which tasted exactly like a doughnut.
Lastly, I have never left here having paid more than $50 per person. It’s difficult to rack up a higher bill… and trust me, I’ve tried.
With its proximity to Central Station being literally across the road, anyone carrying an Opal Card has no excuse.
02/30-34 Chalmers Street
Surry Hills NSW 2010