GO SUSHI TRAIN
Darwin and the North, Northern Territory

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Lovers of authentic Japanese food will adore this stylish inner city restaurant. Go Sushi Train was Darwin's first sushi restaurant and remains popular because of its consistently high quality food and friendly service. Pluck your favourite delicacies from the restaurant's 53-metre long sushi train or order a bento box to go. There are also a la carte menu options when you're looking for something hot.
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General info

Address:

5/28 Mitchell Street
Darwin CBD NT 0800

Suburb:

Darwin CBD

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Cuisine:

Asian, Japanese

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Unlicensed

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Established by local restaurateurs, Toshi and Theo Manolas, the Go Sushi Train was Darwin's first sushi restaurant. Well positioned in the heart of the CBD, this establishment remains popular because of its consistent high quality, friendly service and use of authentic Japanese ingredients. The interior is compact with nine small tables and seating for about 25 on stools at the counter surrounding the sushi train. Decor is simple and elegant, with black and red walls with floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides that provide a sense of additional space and extra light. The kitchen is open, so guests can see the Japanese chefs working on the preparation of the sushi and dishes made to order.

The sushi menu offers a large range of seafood including smoked eel, fresh tuna and salmon, mackerel, octopus, fish roe, raw prawns, scallops and clams. Vegetarians are well catered for with miso, fried bean curd, a vegetable tempura udon and a range of sushi with cucumber, avocado, pickled radish, seaweed and fermented soya bean. Their small but excellent drinks menu includes quality wines by the glass, beers, soft drinks and Japanese beverages including green tea, saki and Asahi and Sapporo beers.
Christine Bond

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gd - 27/05/2012
Subarashiiiiiii! After living in Japan for over 7 years - I probably am one of 'those' returnees, who are somewhat critical of local Japanese fare Down Under. The verdict: A-1! The sushi doesn't get better than what Toshio and her team put on the table. Fast drink service and perfect Japanese cuisine. Very family friendly (often kids there too - well catered for with plastic character cups and high chairs). They do takeaway too - but be prepared to line up - this is a popular spot. And rightfully so - the only place better for Japanese food would be...well, Japan. Do yourself a favour - and GO!