Earlville Stockland Shopping Centre, 38/537 Mulgrave Rd, Earlville QLD 4870, Australia
537 Mulgrave Road Earlville QL
(07) 4054 4859
About the business
Sushi Train Australia
Sushi Train Australia brought the rotation sushi bar system, a unique part of the Japanese food culture, to Australia originally for the first time over 25 years ago!.
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Recent Google Reviews
Tiffany Marcantelli said 3 years ago
I love sushi train, but I always eat the same thing, there are never any new changes to the selection. Crispy salmon skin and chicken skewers have been removed from the menu.
Peter Lio said 3 years ago
I always love this place! Good, quick services and cheap prices for good food.
kanerobertjames said 3 years ago
Terrible expirience tonight. Sat down at 7:15 wasn't asked if we wanted any food for 20 minutes. We ordered 3 plates of gyoza which would normally take 5 minutes. 35 minutes later we where given two plates and told and i quote "yeah your third plate is gonna take some time" rude. Noticed our 3rd plate being given away to a later order shortly after. Won't eat at this sushi train again.
Petra M. H. said 3 years ago
Nice sushi and lots of options.
JJ kim said 3 years ago
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