Our family went here for tea on Saturday night about 7pm. Seeing it was a busy night in Melbourne CBD you would think the train would be filled with a variety of sushi but no it was terrible. There was about 5 sushi types and...More
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The sushi are really really good, fresh and prepared all day long for only 3.50$/each A very good price for a rare diversity.The waitress is very kind and funny. It's a family restaurant and behind the restaurant a old experience sushi man do very well...More
Loved the sushi, and the train was very quick until some places where you have to wait for a long time for the train to come around, here the train was fast.
Very well located this sushi conveyer is providing a variety of sushi/maki anytime in day or evening. Taste is OK and price reasonable if you take only the plates turning at 3,5 AU$ each. There are even salmon sashimi turning on these plates. Staff, very...More
I have been to GoGo more than ten times in the last 3 months, always as a solo diner. Most of my experiences have been during lunchtimes (I have lurked outside waiting for them to open at 11:30am a few times), and once after a...More
This is probably one of the worst sushi place. Sushi on the train seem not to be very fresh. Options are also limited. It is cheaper than places like Sakura Kaiten but it still costed us $45.50 for 2 people and we weren't that full...More
me and my boyfriend go their everytime we go out in Melbourne its so easy ! and great food ! I deffinately recommend ! great for lunch. but probably not for meals at dinner. Has such a wide variety of food ! love it! :)...More
Great place for fresh and delicious sushi. Salmon sashimi was melt in your mouth awesome. Staff are very friendly and attentive. Inexpensive.
Mom, my daughter and I had a date night. We were walking towards Little Bourke to find some Asian cuisine. Then we walked by this place and were hooked. Every plate was $3.50. I loved the seaweed salad. The seafood were perfectly cooked. The ones...More