Following the Sushi Train at Jaws on Hay Street with my eager chopsticks…


I hadn’t been to Jaws in years as I’m not a huge sushi eater, but I’ve been twice in the last week!

What I love at Jaws is that regardless of how busy it is, the wait is only 5 – 10 minutes and since I went years ago the sushi train has added a number of new non-sushi dishes.

Following the sushi train eagerly with my chopsticks, this is what I had:

Fried Prawns

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The prawns were beautiful and I love the lightness of Japanese batter. The ‘cocktail’ sauce had a nice spicy tang to it and was delicious with the prawn.

Chicken & Cucumber Sushi

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I don’t eat a lot of sushi but I enjoyed this.

Rice Paper Rolls with Teriyaki Beef

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I’ve had Chinese rice paper rolls before but the teriyaki flavouring was yum and the beef was very tender! This is one of my favourite dishes.

Fried Chicken

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This was very similar to the prawns and was served with the same sauce – so no surprises that I enjoyed it.

Udon Noodle Soup with Chicken

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I’ve been pretty bad this week, had Maccers and Nandos so this was good for the system – was a bonus that it tasted great too!

Both times I’ve been to Jaws, it has cost around $15 – $20 and I’ve left feeling full of energy (usually after lunch I’m feeling sleep and unproductive). Jaws on Hay Street is now on my top work lunch list and I’ve got a 25% entertainment book discount to use next time 🙂

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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for food and appliances that save me time in the kitchen. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and am a mum to two girls - junior burger and baby cravings.

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