Genki Sushi in Sydney’s CBD is a world first. It’s a sushi restaurant where technology and food come together to make one of the most unique dining experiences we’ve ever seen. Your order is taken straight from your table to the kitchen and then back out again via your own personal train. And not just any train, a damn cool digital train modelled from the real Shinkansen bullet train. Rest assured that the food at Genki Sushi in the Sydney CBD is worth all this fuss, as this beloved family of Japanese restaurants has been serving quality fare around the globe for the best part of 30 years. You’ll find this Genki Sushi restaurant on George Street where it’s wise to arrive armed with a reservation.
Once you’re sat at your own personal station in Genki Sushi Sydney, you’re going to be immediately curious. There’s going to be a screen in front of you showing all the food that’s available and then you’re going to start seeing one or two dishes whizz past you aboard other diner’s delivery trains. It might feel surreal, but it’s fun, and a solid example of food and technology coming together to bring one the most unique dining experiences we know of. George Street in the Sydney CBD has never seen a restaurant like Genki Sushi before, that much we know for sure.
From the menu at Genki Sushi CBD you can expect the very best of the Japanese kitchen. Think sushi, sashimi, nigiri, makimono, inari, gunkan, yakimono, udon, donburi… have we missed anything? Everything here is prepared fresh when ordered by chefs who know Japanese fare like the backs of their hands, which is just one more reason why Genki Sushi is so popular all around the world. Sydney CBD, hold tight, the Genki Sushi train has arrived. Literally.