Them iconic soy sauce fishes.
With any sushi train experience, what you see is what you’d want to pick from – there are also specials and on menu eats; should items run out on the train and should you desire the hot eats (dumplings/fried eats) which can all be ordered ala carte. From soft shell crab, cooked tuna to more classic sushi eats like Salmon Nigiri and fresh and tasty sashimi, its all here.
What’s the most “Sushi with a Twist” dish we’ve had tonight? It can only be their special of the day; and its a mix of the contemporary presentation – Sushi Martini is sorta “Poke” like dish of cubed tuna with avocado served up in a Martini Glass.
We particularly liked the Kaitifi Prawns tonight $9; reminiscent of middle eastern treatement to them prawns instead of an atypical tempura prawn. Plenty of crunch from the crispy vermicelli noodle shell and juicy plump prawns.
Tuna Tataki ($9) Seared tuna sitting on a lotus chip with avocado and topped with a cherry tomato. It’s a nicely put together plate of sashimi.
A bit of everything in it with the stripped mayo makes the lion king.
Thai-ger Prawn $9.0 (Crab salad, king prawn, asparagus & Thai salad)
An east meets east as Asian flavour collide in their Thai-ger prawn roll. Thai flavours hitting the sushi train adding some zing to the flavour profile.
Pop pop goes them salmon roe. Dinner @sushiwithatwist in #woolhara. It’s a sushi train with a modern fusion twist. This one’s a more classical scallop nigiri. It’s yum. #sushiwithatwist #sushi #japanesefood #sydney #sydneyfood #sydneyeats #sydneyfoodie #fusion #sushitrain
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There’s plenty to like here at Sushi with a Twist. It’s not your standard sushi train,the contemporary touches and fusion adds something to the mix. BYO too with corkage available at $3.50/head.
Sushi With A Twist
146 Queen Street Woollahra NSW 2015