Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Springwood including Yami Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Train, Sushi Ren Train Sushi, Shinbashi Yakiniku, Genki-ya Japanese fusion restaurant
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This was a birthday meal just my wife and I, We walked in to find those beautiful blossom cherry trees in the restaurant then greeted by staff with a smile we had crab claw yum then teriyaki beef with all the trimmings which was so tender and fresh we ask for desert when ordering but were told no go but to our surprise the waitress bought out a lovely slice of rockmelon once again presentation was to perfection would recommend Yami's anytime. Thankyou.
Believe it or not but not all sushi train restaurants are the same. The sushi train at Chatswood is one of the best sushi train restaurants in Brisbane. I've been there countless of times and have never left disappointed. Staff are always available and friendly and the sushi is always fresh and delicious. Would highly recommend anytime for a quick bite to eat or a relaxed dinner with friends.
4 based on 16 reviews
The journey for sushi from peasant food to globally recognised cuisine has been a long one, but as fusion style restaurants become mainstream we see sushi pushed away from its Japanese roots. With their obsession with clean flavours that emphasise the core product rather than compete, some would argue there's been precious little room to improve. Conveyor sushi is here to stay.Yet sushi still remains just a bit too exotic for some. For many their grumble is it never really fills you up. Also the jury has been out on the calorie count in sushi, although the carbs in fish are often considered to be the 'good' carbs.Sushi Ren is a good step back from the whole sushi debate. Is it traditional Japanese sushi? Probably not but you can pay up to $1500 for Nigiri in Tokyo's top sushi bars. But they succeed at providing sushi that will appeal to most if not all palates. All of the favourites are there - from a simple avocado roll to California rolls and tamagoyaki. Where they excel is the introduction of non-traditional iingredients in a respectful way. Tempura vege sushi. Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) sushi. There's even a Wagyu beef sushi for that guy who needs red meat. There's also a menu with a Karaage, agadashi tofu and sashimi if you like it fresh and clean. If you love sushi but your significant other grumbles every time the very mention of the word comes up then this may be that middle ground you've been hoping for - and that just may be that couple to the right of me. I've been waiting for a karaage sushi to come my way for a while now but I've only just realised the Aussie guy there has been stockpiling chicken and beef sushi before it reaches me. Good thing the chefs do requests.Oh and did I mention price? One flat rate for any sushi plate on the belt (there are additional objects on the belt too so be smart) and everything is discounted on a Sunday.Itadakimasu!
4 based on 12 reviews
Just returned from Tokyo and yakiniku is one of my favourite Japanese food. Thought I will not be able to have the same quality, if not better, in Australia. Went with a friend on weekday when the restaurant was not too busy. We ordered the premium set meal for 2 that costs $99. Since both of us are meat-lover, the set is just enough and we ordered 0x-tonge as extra. The meat quality is very good, fresh and tender. If they can improve on the table service it would be good. As it was not that busy on the night, the waiting staff were busy either packing up or with something else, not very attentive to customers. Also if they can work on providing more choices on sauces that helps. I personally not a buffet lover so I chose to have a-la-carte and expect service and choices can be better.
Nice ambience, with large choice of menu options, however very expensive, easy parking and good service
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