Sydney's Best CBD Sushi Trains

It’s been a hectic day in the office and you’re running out of steam. Instead of falling off the rails you head out for some lunch, knowing Sushi Train will be the ticket. Whether you’re looking for the Ghan or the City Circle, OutInSydney have pulled out our top picks of Sydney's best CBD sushi trains.

Sosumi Sushi TrainGPO Building, No. 1 Martin Pl

Sosumi Sushi Train, Tapenyaki & Japanese Restaurant in Sydney offers a unique dining experience bringing you all the offerings you would expect from a sushi train together with a gourmet menu from its open kitchen on the train. The chefs take centre stage in the middle of the train creating a lively atmosphere as they prepare a variety of rolls and other delicacies for the sushi train. Sosumi Sushi Train is the perfect venue for a quick meal as there is no waiting for food preparation, ideal for the businessman on the run or shopper wanting a quick fix. For those with more time on their hands the extensive list of gourmet Hand Rolls, Udon Soup and other warm options can be ordered a la carte.

Sushi Tei1 Chifley Square Sydney

Thanks to pristine culinary skills and expertise, this gem makes the cut for our list. Sushi Tei boasts an appreciation of nature that has inspired them to create a truly authentic Japanese dining experience.

At Sushi Tei, they present an assortment of scrumptious and creatively designed Japanese gastronomy - appealing to the delight of sushi snobs  aficionados of Japanese cuisine. The menu features Japanese offerings and innovative dishes that emphsise the emerging influence of Asia on modern Japanese cuisine.

Umi Kaiten-Zushi477 Pitt St, Haymarket 

At Umi Kaiten-Zushi it’s pretty damn evident that the owners of Umi are passionate about Japanese cuisine and in particular the art of sushi & sashimi making. Together with their top sushi masters, they've spent years perfecting the menu to offer the flavours of traditional sushi, whilst also bringing innovation to the world of sushi. 

Sushi-e248-252 George St, CBD

Imagine you’re in Tokyo dining at an enclave of modern Japanese expression. At the centre of a huge marble bar you watch head chef, Nobuyuki Ura, and his team serenely at work, precisely turning fresh fish into edible works of art. Welcome to sushi e.

Adjoining the chic cocktail lounge Hemmesphere on Establishment’s fourth floor, Sushi e is one of the few authentic sushi bars in Sydney and enjoys a dedicated following of sushi fans around the world – including Tokyo.

Sushi HotaruThe Galeries, 500 George St CBD

Sushi Hotaru Since its launch, Sushi Hotaru has become a foodie favourite. Dine in the bustling Japanese inspired interiors, and enjoy its authentic and fresh sushi train selection.

Now go pick up that California Roll and tell him - I choo choo choose you.