Sushi Hub is a chain of 47 sushi takeaway stores all over Australia including a dine in sushi train store in Haymarket, Sydney, which is their central store. They are famous for their premium and high quality seafood ingredients, including sushi that is made fresh daily in store. We visited their central store one night for dinner, keen to have a sushi feast and tis blog post will go through the highlights that we ordered that night.
The first platter we ordered was their premium seafood nigiri platter with fish roe, kingfish, salmon, prawn, tuna and scallop pieces. It was beautifully presented and so colourful and I loved the tender and fresh seafood.
The next platter we tried was the unari platter with octopus, calamari, squid, crab meat, lobster meat and seaweed toppings. The unari was my flavourite platter of the night, I loved the sweet bean curd and the generous toppings, cooked in various rich sauces.
The third platter we ordered was the prawn katsu, sushi sandwich and crab meat sushi platter. I loved the sushi sandwich, it is such a cute concept and was delicious, with mayo drizzled on top and egg in between the pieces of rice. The katsu was also nice and crispy and the crab meat was full of flavour.
The fourth platter we ordered was the seared salmon and crab, scallop and unagi and avocado sushi platter. I really loved the combination of ingredients in these rolls, the salmon was lightly seared and so tender and the scallop was so juicy. My favourite was the eel and avocado roll though, the unagi was rich in teriyaki sauce and the avocado was so nice and creamy.
The fifth platter we ordered was the sashimi platter which was beautifully presented and came with salmon, tuna, kingfish and scallop sashimi. The sashimi was thawed out, which gave it an interesting texture. I probably prefer unfrozen sashimi over this but it was still tasty and at a more affordable price.
The sixth platter was a combination of their standard takeaway rolls wrapped in seaweed cut up into bite sized pieces. This was a good platter, I liked trying all the different ingredients and got a few ideas of the rolls that I will buy next time I visit for a quick lunch!
We then tried their new pork belly ramen with bamboo shoot, cooked in a rich and creamy broth. This was such an amazing dish, I loved the generous serving of tender pork belly and the broth was so addictive, perfect on a cold winter’s night.
We also tried their chicken katsu udon, which was another great noodle dish. The chicken was crunchy on the outside and full of flavour on the inside and went perfectly with the udon noodles and broth.
We also couldn’t resist ordering their cute sushi burger, which came with a bun made of rice with two slices of pork and avocado and lettuce in side. The pork was fried and nice and crispy and the avocado added a nice creaminess to the burger, while the the two rice ‘buns’ were nice and soft.
For dessert, we tried their rockmelon mochi, the mochi was so gooey and soft, and I loved the a rockmelon centre that oozed out when you bit into it, it had great rockmelon flavour.
We also tried their black sesame and green tea ice cream with wafer cracker. I loved both flavours, especially the green tea. It was the perfect end to a great meal and had a good amount of green tea flavour.
Overall, Sushi Hub is your go to place for a variety of premium quality and fresh sushi takeaway. It is not hard to see why this store is so successful and has 47 outlets in Australia. Their sushi is tasty and healthy and made fresh daily and I would definitely go back to try more of their dishes!
Loveatfirstbite_aus dined as guests of Sushi Hub and Ompty Media. All opinions are our own.