Sushi Edo - The Barracks, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane - my name is Food.

Sushi Edo - The Barracks, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane

February 10, 2019

With more sushi trains opening, seems there's more competition. Sushi Edo at The Barracks is quite big in terms of seating availabilities but be ready for a queue during lunchtime and dinner. With a flat rate of $3.80/plate, it definitely is a good buy for anyone. They do have their a-la-carte menu options however such as tempura, miso soup, rice, udon, sashimi, salads and more.

We didn't have to wait for long when we arrived and was seated at a booth but not directly at the sushi train counter which we preferred anyway. So starting to look at the ipad ordering system, it was easy to order but took a while having to go through the menu items one by one.

Salmon and cream cheese is always such a good combination and this was a good choice definitely with the creamy top and a drizzle of teriyaki.

The soft shell crab was quite petite in size and did not look like the image on the menu. With three rolls on the plate, two with a dollop of mayonnaise, with the third having a bigger soft shell crab piece. It wasn't bad but it didn't seem fresh.

They called this, Lion King, not sure why but it was another good one. Don't really remember what was inside as the filling but it was topped with cheese and salmon and slightly smoked making it aburi.. and aburi is always such goodness. Sadly there's only two rolls which made us get another plate of the same item.

A simple salmon nigiri always gives everyone a smile especially if it's slightly smoked like this one. Topped with a drizzle of mayo and some kind of sweet glaze.

I'm pretty sure this was one where we thought was a bit interesting as it was crumbed scallop served with greens, crab stick and avocado. It was topped with crumbs as well as a very thinly sliced scallop on top. It was not too bad but a dip of soy sauce was needed and it was a tad too big for me to be able to eat it all in one bite.

Wanting something crispy and not bothered to wait for any sushi rolls or nigiri having a crispy element, we decided to order their Karaage, which was not bad for its price but you do get four pieces of the deep fried chicken served with a dollop of mayonnaise. The batter of the karaage however seemed a bit flourish leaving the mouth dry after munching on it.

Udon, thick wheat flour noodle served in a hot noodle soup topped with radish, tofu skin, nori seaweed and a pinch of tempura crisps. It was okay but nothing special and rather small for the price charged.

Overall it was an ok experience and dining but service was meh and food was ok. It wouldn't be my first choice to visit here on an impulse sushi night but if nearby or if wanting easy, simple, cheap sushi, then I guess maybe it would be a good place to go to even for a date, night out or even for a family get-together.

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