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Sushi Train-hopping

November 3rd, 2007  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  3 Comments

File under foodie things to try: My friend Chris came up with the great idea of doing a sushi train version of a pub crawl. Sushi train-hopping perhaps?

The one obstacle is the right place to do it – you’d need to find a suburb that is a total Sushi Train Belt (literally) with track-rolling nori rolls and gyoza dumplings being conveyed within walking distances from each other. For the moment, we just have to keep researching.



  1. Jonathan says:

    once again, i think chris is claiming one of rach’s ideas…

  2. leetranlam says:

    Really!? It would make sense that Rach chanced on the idea first as she is a BIG sushi devotee. Nevermind, it’s still a great idea to mix scampering around with sushi-scoffing… (whoever came up with it).

  3. dr witmol says:

    Chatswood has Bluefin, Sushi Train and Makoto but I think that’s about it for conveyor belts.

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