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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 23 2008
30 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 24, 2008 TOP NOSH www.innerwestweekly.com.au A train to tempt your tastebuds NAME: The Sushi Train WHERE: 59 Burwood Rd, Burwood. Phone 9715 2450 OPEN: Every day, 11am to 9pm PROFILE: Shireen Khalil Get on the Sushi Train for yummy food. Sushi Train, Burwood's head chef and manager Shigeki Yokokawa. Picture: BRENT McGILVARY ~PP169460 I MUST admit prior to eating at the Sushi Train in Burwood, I wasn't the biggest fan of Japanese food. Head chef and manager Shigeki Yokokawa and his friendly team did a fine job of converting me and it didn't take long. He brought out the first dish, king of salmon nigiri, $5.50. I immediately fell in love with the marinated salmon, which was served with finely-chopped spanish onion. The colourful rainbow roll, $5.50, filled with avocado, cucumber on top of salmon and tuna definitely knows how to tickle your tastebuds. But I'd have to say, despite the most popular dish being the teriyaki chicken, $10.90, my favorite was the all-new volcano roll, $4.50. It oozes the word yummy and creates a wonderful explosion in your mouth, with mayonnaise, cream cheese, cucumber, crab sticks and scallop. The open kitchen is a brilliant way of entertaining customers, who know the food is being handled professionally. Each sushi dish is priced according to the colour of the plate. Prices range from $3 to $8. Once you've finished, you call the waitress and she adds it to your bill. The business has been running for 10 years and owner Kaz Nakajima couldn't have asked for a better location. ''It is perfect, close to Westfield and other shops and we get a lot of customers, especially on Thursday, nights which reaches up to about 40 people (at one time).'' His wife, Noriko Nakajima, said Burwood Sushi Train was extra special because it was the only Japanese restaurant in the area owned and run by a Japanese person. ''A lot of Japanese restaurants in Burwood are owned by Korean or Chinese people, but the Sushi Train keeps it's originality,'' she said. 2031167K unique cuisine on the bay Prince Edward Park, Phillips Street, Cabarita 9743 2225 www.angelosonthebay.com.au Superbly located, Angelo's on the Bay boasts a selection of innovative and contemporary seafood cuisine prepared by Chef Suna McKay. A visit to Angelo's promises to be very memorable. LUNCH: Tuesday - Sunday DINNER: Tuesday - Saturday Bookings essential. 2036035K 2042501K 175 First Avenue Five Dock P: 9712 7391 M: 0402 968 475 E: email@example.com W: www.mytandoorihouse.com Five Dock Tandoori House Delicious Authentic INDIAN CUISINE made from herbs and spices ground on premises Special functions and out door catering available BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 2005359i iww wk4 Present this coupon and receive 20% off your total bill. (Tuesdays & Wednesdays only) Valid until 31/8/2008 GIFT VOUCHER AVAILABLE NOW
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