All aboard Perth’s newest sushi train

Ken Wong.

If you have a craving for fresh, high-quality sushi then make Aisu-ru Kaiten Sushi Train on the corner of Newcastle and William Street in Northbridge your next place to visit. 

Aisuru Kaiten Sushi Train is the area’s only sushi train making it perfect for a family get-together, a catchup with friends, or a solo feast. 

There’s also an automated robot service delivering Japanese favou-rites direct to your table meaning less contact and better hygiene in a Covid world. There’s even a conve-nient QR code on every table so you can order directly from your smart device. 

Every plate on the train is cur-rently $3.90 which means you can get all your favourite sushi rolls like chicken katsu, salmon and avocado and tuna maki for an affordable price. 

If you’re after something a little more substantial, Aisuru Sushi Train offers a range of specialty items including oshibako block sushi and premium nigiri sushi that utilises local Australian truffle oil, Yarra Valley caviar, fresh Atlantic salmon cut fresh almost every single morning, and Hokkaido scallops.

The Hana Salmon Rose with mango is highly recommended.  

The stunning bite of salmon is crowned with diced mango, kewpie mayonnaise and tobiko caviar which bursts with flavour. 

The seared salmon nigiri is anoth-er tasty treat that comes recom-mended.  

The Aisuru Sushi menu also boasts classic Japanese dishes like crunchy chicken karaage, jumbo tempura prawns, udon noodles and edamame.

Why not try a little of everything with one of Aisuru Kaiten Sushi’s packed bento boxes so you can enjoy your teriyaki beef, chicken, or fish with a serving of rice, seaweed salad, steaming miso soup and vibrant edamame. 

There’s also a stack of vegetarian options too including gobo chips, potato salad gunkan, spicy shiitake gunkan and more. 

 

Conveniently located on the corner of Newcastle and William Street Aisuru Kaiten Sushi Train is perfect for a quick meal when doing grocery shopping or attending events in the Northbridge precinct. There’s also one of the City of Perth’s free parking stations just around the corner.  

Aisuru Kaiten Sushi Train is available for takeaway via Uber Eats and also self pickup via their QR ordering system, so you can enjoy a quality meal from the comfort of your own home. 

Why not visit Aisuru Kaiten Sushi Train this weekend. Your tastebuds will thank you for it. 

Aisuru Kaiten Sushi Train
Shop 49, 188 Newcastle St, Perth
Corner of William Street and Newcastle Street

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