Cuisine: Japanese,Sushi

A trickle of train-riders scurry into this laneway sushi joint with just about every arrival at Artarmon Station. All are here for simple and reliably fresh rolls — salmon and avocado $6.80 or teriyaki beef $13 do well — and maybe a hot noodle soup if it’s cold out. Sashimi and sushi dominate the offerings but they’re not run-of-the-mill. All are presented beautifully, decorated with mayonnaises or girthed with neatly tied knots of nori. A must-try is the new tapas menu with a range of tasty bites, from octopus tempura to deep-fried chicken pieces, all $8. For mains, chicken katsu $15.50 is hard to pass up, except in favour of clam noodle $15.80, with its thin, slurpable strings and clams in a soy sauce-based soup. Sushi-Ya is now licensed so you can sample a glass of sake or two.


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