This tiny restaurant, located just off Banff Avenue, offers a quirky approach to sushi dining. Patrons are seated around a circular counter that is ... More
Sushi House Banff
This tiny restaurant, located just off Banff Avenue, offers a quirky approach to sushi dining. Patrons are seated around a circular counter that is serviced by a model train. If any of the cars is hauling something that looks tempting, just lift the plate off the train and dig in. The regular array of sushi items is available, such as shrimp roll, red tuna and BBQ eel. Each dish is priced according to the color of the plate. At the end of your meal, your server will count your plates to tally up your bill.
For irregular dinning at lunch, this restaurant is a favorite for many who attend BCHS in Banff. It is very common to see fellow students here at lunch time, and my friends and I visit here about once a week if we can. My favorite is the Inari and springrolls, and my friends like a more varied course of salmon and deep fried shrimp roll. Classic! Very nice people and excellent service.
The Sushi Train is a local legend. Excellent food, carefully and professionally prepared. The old saw about "never eat fish where you can't see the ocean" does not apply here. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who has any taste for sushi and happens to be in Banff.
We are locals and come here often! Don't be detered by the line up, it's worth it. YOu can always order take away and it just as good. Mind you it's a lot of fun to watch the train go by as you figure your next snatch. Truly worth it and not overly expensive. One of the best eateries in the Banff area.
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