Sushi Hub’s main focus is on takeaway food and kiosk style stores, however some stores – like the one I visited at Central – supplement their bustling takeaway trade with a dine-in area. Dining in is very much centred upon the sushi train; a double-stacked loop that passes down one side of the restaurant. Even menu items you order directly from servers, like Chicken Karaage Udon ($8.60), arrive on the same coloured plates as your sushi to speed up restaurant accounting. It’s a pleasant enough noodle soup, though our accompanying mayo-topped fried chicken is sadly overcooked. When it comes to sushi and sashimi, you’ll mostly find me erring on the side of purism, reaching for dishes that celebrate the simplicity of beautifully cut fish. However at Sushi Hub what I liked best turned out to be their moments of wacky innovation, starting with a brightly coloured, layered, triangular Sushi Sandwich ($2.80) drizzled with mayonnaise. Pinned together with a skewer,read more
Another outlet of this ever expanding chain.
The service here is typically Japanese friendly and you get served quickly which is what you want when on you want to grab a quick bite to eat. They have choices of sushi and sashimi for sale. A selection of Inari and a Teriyaki Chicken Avocado Sushi were selected. They tasted fresh and enjoyed them.