This place is normally packed, and from memory, I've had to wait for a seat on several occasions. So it was quite ironic that the one time I popped in for a takeaway to eat the sushi in a park, the place was practically empty, save three or four diners.
The price of the sushi here is reasonable. Compared to the sushi rolls available in food courts or other sushi outlets, it may be on the pricey side, but having spent some time elsewhere, and having paid through the nose for measly servings of sushi, I've come to really appreciate the quality that Sushi Train offers, and feel that the money I pay for it is justified.
It's never disappointed, and I'm very glad that two years after the last time I've dined here, the food still leaves me satisfied.
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