Sushi & Nori

Bowen Hills

At first glance Sushi & Nori looks like another sushi train but this slick modern Japanese eatery on Bowen Hills’ King St dining precinct is a cut above.

Everything is sourced fresh from markets daily before it appears on the menu here and it shows, with some of the best melt-in-the-mouth sushi and sashimi to be found at this price in Brisbane.

Sushi & Nori Bowen Hills

As well as the sushi train diners can take a seat in the window or on the terrace outside and order from the a la carte menu, which features a range of Omakase Sushi (including Dynamite, Cabbage or Wagyu Beef Roll, Grilled Spicy Prawn, Kingfish or Scallop) and Modern Kaiseki (premium dishes with a modern twist).

Sushi & Nori Bowen Hills

From the latter there’s options such as Truffle Tuna Tartare, Zucchini Noodle with Spicy Prawn, Chicken Kushiyaki, Chirashi Tower, Creamy Yuzu with Prawn, Salmon Sashimi, Scallop Ceviche or Soft Shell Crab Tempura.

Sushi & Nori Bowen Hills

All are good to share and make for a delicious fresh, light but satisfying meal which won’t break the budget.

Sushi & Nori Bowen Hills

A range of Japanese and Oz beers, sake and wines are available to accompany.

Nice to know – Takeaway is also available. This makes a top spot for a quick bite before heading to The Tivoli for a show.

Sushi & Nori

Machinery St

Cnr King St

Bowen Hills

Opening hours

Licensed

Map

Machinery St cnr King St Bowen Hills

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