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    Best sushi in Sydney, Australia

    To steal a similar topic, cause I have no original ideas .

    Now my favorites
    Budget: kansai Japanese. Simple stuff for when I want to pig out.
    Medium: makoto in chatswood or city.
    Best: jurin in crows nest. Don't go there often enough. A blink and you miss it kind of place.

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    I love Ju rin, have you tried Hana Ju Rin just down the road, my friend Koji is the man, I sit at the counter drinking Sapporo and bug him with lots of questions.

    Sokyo at the Star is meant to have great sushi but I haven't tried it yet, Chef Sano used to work at Tets & Azuma.
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    Best sushi in Sydney, Australia

    Forgot about azuma. Last time I went they had a tuna jaw. Which I of course devoured. Can't do that anymore. I will check the other jurin.

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    I'd love to try any of these. I've always dreamed of going to Australia since I was a child. I still can't believe I didn't go when I lived in Guam.
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    Azuma sydney. Tuna jaw.

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    Not specifically sushi, but if you are down South this way, I truly highly recommend Wayama https://www.facebook.com/WayamaSylvania . Takayama-san used to run Azuma as a head chef for a number of years and also were a private chef to the Japanese consulate for a couple of years.

    We'll have to check Ju rin and Hana Ju run now that words are out

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    One more.

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    That looks like a plate from Mitsu Shoji
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    Luck sushi in Brighton le sands and Tany's in Redfern, both own by Shinji Tani, are nice and good for your pocket too. Generally what is best there including Wayama is what is on board of the day.

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    Is it dinner time already , too bad there aren't anything out west.

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