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    Sushi Train.. choo choo!!

    Family took me to a local Sushi Train restaurant last night.. was packed as always.

    I'm sure you lads have already experienced it - but it was all new to me...

    I'm sure, at heaven's gate... there be a Sushi Train for the good boys and girls...

    OISHI!! and cheap... $1 each plate (25 baht).

    If you've been... what's your favorite? I loved the automatic beer machine... the prawns topped with cheese (prawn anything really) Karage was great... deserts were awesome too... 5 people bill was $47 about 1,100 baht (inc beers)...

    Very fun atmosphere... for those that haven't been... highly recommended...







    My lovely Niece...










    My favorite... the almighty auto beer machine!!



    Desert... oh, this was $2...

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    Love me some conveyor belt Sushi!! You don't have that in NZ?

    Ask for some takoyaki! Yumm!

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    OISHI!! and cheap... $1 each plate (25 baht).
    huh??

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    ^ err 1 plate (usually has 2 pieces of Sushi) is $1 (NZ) or 25 baht each plate... which is regarded as cheap.

    Oishi = yummy...delicious


    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    Love me some conveyor belt Sushi!! You don't have that in NZ? Ask for some takoyaki! Yumm!
    Not that I know of mate... wouldn't be the 'real' deal even if we did...

    Trying to think which one I love more, Yakitori vs Sushi Train... hmmm
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    Takoyaki Dickie!! Have you tried it? It is one of my favorites when I go to conveyor belt sushi.

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    ^ I like that too... TBH, I'm wasn't a fan of Sushi (especially raw fish) but the cooked ones are very, very good...

    I hate being unfashionable and not liking raw fish I'm excluded from the club...

    My niece doesn't dig the raw ones either... I can eat it, but much prefer cooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    I hate being unfashionable and not liking raw fish
    Oh man for shame.

    I literally have to go for sushi like twice a month. There is a place close here that does three rolls for $20 which I split with my girl. A smoking hot deal. We then add some nigiri (toro and unagi are fav's) and maybe some miso and boom a killer meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    ^ err 1 plate (usually has 2 pieces of Sushi) is $1 (NZ) or 25 baht each plate... which is regarded as cheap.

    Oishi = yummy...delicious


    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    Love me some conveyor belt Sushi!! You don't have that in NZ? Ask for some takoyaki! Yumm!
    Not that I know of mate... wouldn't be the 'real' deal even if we did...

    Trying to think which one I love more, Yakitori vs Sushi Train... hmmm
    Sure do have them.There is a Jap restaurant on Anzac street,Takapuna that has the train thingie.

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    ^ OK... cheers for that... thought there could be... just wasn't into the Sushi craze... now I totally get it...

    Bet they are not $1 each plate though...

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    There was a place in Bangsaen 399 baht buffet some people had plates piled up about 3ft high. Unfortunately the place closed down after a year must have lost a lot of money Sushi was good always fresh but most customers must have eaten over 1000 bahts worth of food.
    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Niice! I just discovered a Sushi train near me, but I haven't went yet. I'm sure it is way more than $1 per plate, but I'm curious about it. I really don't like raw fish, but I like the first pic of yours with the cooked salmon. Looks like you had fun. The sushi train was packed here when I walked by yesterday.

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    I've just moved into my new place... just by coincidence, there is a Sushi train just down the road... I wonder if they do takeaway...

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    ^Why fuck around with take-away Dickie?, just get them to divert the railway line through your lounge room

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    Now ya talking!

    Just ordered pizza tonight... dead tired, can't be arsed going out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post
    I've just moved into my new place... just by coincidence, there is a Sushi train just down the road... I wonder if they do takeaway...
    In all practicalities, we should be expecting a new "moving in" photo thread, yes Dick?


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    Have sushi train in Bangkok, I know someone could show you... ei, ei


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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao
    In all practicalities, we should be expecting a new "moving in" photo thread, yes Dick?

    quite interesting...

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    Prolly better... have been merging everything into the price of stuff in Fukuoka... best if I start a new thread I suppose.. what shall I call it? Lil Dicky's fuk-u mega thread?

    Lil Dick's new adventure in the land of pan heads and Dolphin eaters?

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    More pics of the niece.

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    Just remember, uncles are dad's without rules...

    Oh, and I like to refer to myself as a "funcle".... lol


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    If She 10-15 years I think she look older in that pic...your desert look good Dickie ...
    Dont fall in love with your niece...Your wife there hehe ..joking...

    I remember that you said you like young lady..hehe 18 yrs old?

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    I trust they're better than the 'sushi train' restaurants we get here in soulless shopping centres in Thailand. Factory mush.

    Then again, I suppose comparing one of them to a Jap sushi train place is like comparing a Thai Korean BBQ restaurant, to a Korean BBQ.

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    555+ yeah, I think that's a pretty safe bet mate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza
    If She 10-15 years I think she look older in that pic...
    Yes, and the old pervs are already all over the pic!
    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    More pics of the niece.

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    Nice to see you still thinking about me stroll. Im sat in a nice hotel in kunming backing out a massive bad boy that I couldn't bring myself to unleash in any toilets I've seen all today. Now I can think of you to. Any pics of your niece mate?

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