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It’s a truth millions of people worldwide have come to know: casual Japanese food is just that much better when it arrives via conveyor belt.
Nestled on the Bradley Street dining precinct at Westfield Woden, Sushi Musa combines the passion of Japanese cuisine and a unique dining experience that’s a winner for anyone, from a first date to a special occasion or a catch up with the whole family.
First opened in 2018, Sushi Musa is a family-owned business, with a passion for excellent customer service, the freshest quality sushi, and creating memorable dining experiences.
There are now seven Sushi Musa sushi train restaurants across NSW and the ACT, with the Woden Sushi Musa restaurant added back in April 2019.
Just a word of warning if you’re one of those people who has trouble whittling down the options on the menu and deciding on something to eat: there are more than 100 dishes to choose from, so you may be best pre-empting your visit with a scan of the menu to start making your pick.
What that does mean though, is there’s something to keep anybody happy. You can choose from nigiri, maki rolls, baby maki rolls, black rice rolls, temaki hand rolls, or ships, all available in a wide range of protein or flavour varieties, including plenty of vegetarian options.
Lovers of fresh, raw seafood are also well catered for, with lots of sashimi options, including premium grade, fresh Tasmanian Huon salmon. Then there are rice paper rolls, or a range of other snacks like edamame, spring rolls, curry puffs, prawn cutlets, or vegetable tempura.
You can always just turn up and make your choice based on what tickles your fancy as it chugs past on the sushi train. Or if you’ve got your heart set on a particular dish, just order it from the friendly waitstaff and it will be made fresh for you.
And if sushi isn’t your thing, you can also order off the extensive a-la-carte menu. There’s freshly made donburi, udon and ramen, or choose from some of the specialty plates, like chicken karaage and vegetable, barbecue prawns, salmon poke bowl, or agedashi tofu.
In a rush and don’t have time to dine in? Takeaway is also available, and you can choose your selection off the train or order a dish to go.
What: Sushi Musa
Where: Woden Dining, Bradley Street, Westfield Woden
When: Open lunch and dinner, seven days
Phone: (02) 6260 5382