Go Sushi Train
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28 Mitchell St · interesting places nearby
Go Sushi Train information
Pull up a stool at this hip sushi circuit, hidden down a lane off Mitchell St. Despite the obscure location it's hugely popular, and deservedly so with delectable sushi offerings. Seafood includes smoked eel, fresh tuna, salmon, octopus, fish roe and prawns.