It's called a sushi train but they also have sashimi (on request, still included) plus the train offers spring rolls, prawn crackers, variety of dumplings, noodles, vegetables, meat stirfry dishes, and a large selection of cold items and desserts too. Lost count of how many plates we had, but left fully satisified; usually a lot dearer elsewhere where you pay per plate,here it is 'all you can eat' and in 2010 it's just €12 before 5pm then €16 after. They do offer a menu too, reasonable priced bentos (Japanese meal box), and 10 Chinese dishes (it's run by Chinese not Japanese staff as you'd expect).
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