Mr food hunter was looking for something a little lighter to eat for lunch, having had quite heavy meals lately, so Miss food hunter decided to try a new sushi conveyor at Salisbury. We do love our sashimi but to be honest, we did not come with high expectations in an industrial area like this. However, we thought it is new and why not give it a chance...
Sushi Rail has been around for a year already. The restaurant is rather narrow with 20 odd booth seatings and a couple of separate table seatings. It was quite busy for a saturday afternoon and either there is a staffing problem or service is simply slow, we were left standing at the door for quite a while before deciding to just seat ourselves. Soon after, the waitress finally took notice of us, wiped down the table and asked for any drink orders. For sashimi lovers, do not expect to see variety here but you can get the usual salmon, tuna, scallop and squid. The menu is good enough to please the majority in a surburban area, the restaurant caters mainly to the locals and the industries around.
|Hotate (scallop) nigiri- Plump & Fresh|
|Kanpyo (sweet gourd) Maki|
|Seaweed ship & crumbed Prawn roll|
|Kani (crab) croquettes Yum!|
|Aburi Salmon nigiri|
|Maguro (tuna) nigiri|