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All you can eat sushi at Sushi Choo, Sydney

Sushi Choo, part of the Merivale empire has been advertising an all you can sushi at Sushi Choo for $20. Alternatively, for $25 you can have all you can eat sushi plus 1 winter soup.  I have wanted to try Sushi Choo for a while, not sure why I haven’t been until now. Sushi Choo can be found at the ivy, behind all the shops and near both Ash Street and Felix.

It was C’s birthday – he really kept this quiet but claimed that it was on facebook anyway! He didn’t want me to organise a dinner gathering, he just wanted to have lunch with some of his close uni friends – the Doc (yes T, I am finally going to call you Doc!), J the Mr unpredictable, and the triathlete, C (who couldn’t make it that day).

I was excited but also didn’t have high expectation as I thought the variety would be limited and it was. However, the sushi were fresh, tasty and rails were fully stocked most of the times.

Started with seaweed salad – it was deliciously tasty and light. C and I were fighting for each plate. From memory, he ate about 6 plates and I had three!

The nigiri sushi was popular, I love the salmon sushi – fresh and plump! I love the thin layer of wasabi underneath the salmon.

Not to mention the tuna nigiri, also wonderful but I do prefer salmon.

The deep fried prawns were one of my favourites. Crispy with panko crumbing and topped with tonkatsu sauce were popular and unfortunately I only ate the one plate. I think C definitely had more than one.

The pork katsu sushi rolled with avocado and veggies were average I thought.

Radish and cucumber pickles were refreshingly light, sour with a light tang. I definitely enjoyed them, but not for the birthday boy!

Warm and salty edamame, too easy to eat the whole plate on my own.

I was surprised to see gyoza on the train and some sort of creamy pasta dish. I didn’t have either – they didn’t seem to be very Japanese. Think J had the gyoza and thought they were ‘ok’.

There were other sushi rolls, however choices were very limited and pending on where you sit, most of the ‘good’ ones are gone or taken. However, the waitress is more than happy to get you some from the kitchen.

I still prefer makoto for sushi train (post to come!), but for $20, it’s decent value and I was quite full. I probably didn’t eat up to C’s standard! Think he said he ate about 15 plates? I didn’t even eat HALF THAT! He said he could still have some dessert afterwards! Yikes! The rice filled me up though! My favourite were the seaweed salad and the deep fried prawns.

This offer is available for lunch from 12 – 1pm or dinner 5.30 – 7.30pm from Monday to Friday. Come early, by 12.15 the place was packed!

And of course – Happy Birthday dear friend!! Will take you out for dinner somewhere ‘yummy’ soon!

GA’s ratings: 6.5 / 10

Sushi Choo

330 George Street

Sydney 2000

Ph: +61 2 9240 3000

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  1. Lil
    June 13, 2011 at 2:01 am

    I had my birthday here last month. Food was average and service wasn’t great. It’s kinda overrated.

  2. June 13, 2011 at 5:51 am

    i went here last year.. i agree its very limited in sushi.. but for $20 can we complain?

    oooh winter soups look good!!!

    • June 13, 2011 at 5:54 am

      hey dolly 🙂 thanks for dropping by! i agree…. can’t complain for $20 🙂 wished i ate more seaweed salad though!

  3. June 13, 2011 at 9:31 am

    I think Makoto in Chatswood is the best quality sushi train in Sydney.

    • June 13, 2011 at 10:09 pm

      hey chop in and my saucepan 🙂 i agree…. i do like makoto! havent been to the one in chatswood for a while though….

  4. June 14, 2011 at 1:16 am

    Ooh $20? Sounds like it’s good for a quick Sushi Fix! I’ve been wanting to go but haven’t had the time…=( I love seaweed salad! It’s not the “from frozen” kind right?

    • June 14, 2011 at 3:30 am

      yup $20 – not too shabby… the seaweed salad is not frozen kind… its very very tasty!

  5. June 15, 2011 at 3:22 am

    Do you need to book for the all you can eat?

    • June 15, 2011 at 6:41 am

      don’t think you can book! but try and get there early before rush and you can get a table.

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