Sushi Train Bondi Beach is across the road from Bondi Pavilion

Did you know that across the road from Bondi Pavilion – the famous 90-year old heritage hub – there’s a sushi restaurant that hums regularly with dine-in and takeaway orders?

Service is friendly and welcoming.

Inside seating flows into outdoor seating at Sushi Train Bondi Beach.

Sushi Train Bondi Beach, compared to counterparts under the same brand name in Rose Bay, Newtown and Neutral Bay, has a more casual atmosphere. Its vibe befits that of the suburb it’s in. Bondi is known for its leisurely rhythm and the locals love being outdoors.

Salmon ikura gunkan bursts with a flavour of the ocean. 

The restaurant is close to this intersection.

Outdoor, family-friendly seating

The interior seating flows out to the window-counter and table seating outdoors. When it’s cold, there are heaters to keep diners warm. Sushi Train Bondi Beach has a diverse menu, with options for everyone. 

Platters are popular for catering events. For house parties, kids will love grabbing at the Baby Roll Platter. The Vege Platter Set is available for more specific dietary requirements. The Aburi Lover set menu has grilled scallop and salmon, a dish ripe for seafood lovers.

Salmon and avocado roll, perfect little pieces for the kids.

A selection of wine and Japanese alcohol can be enjoyed with the seafood.

Sushi Train Bondi Beach is an enjoyable place for lunch and dinner. With the sounds of the ocean relaxing your senses, you can sip a bottle of wine with a good friend while savouring pieces of sashimi. If you live nearby, their takeaway offering is available on Uber Eats.

A healthy and easy meal awaits after a surf at Bondi Beach.

A chef at Sushi Train Bondi Beach.

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