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Eat Sushi Eagle St.

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Brisbane, QLD

4.1
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Paul JS Lee Jul 08, 2021
Very unfriendly staffs and average food. See less
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Rainer Gruen May 24, 2021
Nice sushi. Surprisingly inexpensive considering the location See less
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Matt Hudson Apr 05, 2021
Best sushi in Brisbane See less
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Lisan Yip Mar 27, 2021
Went during a quiet time, Great sushi, scallop nigiri was really fresh and sweet. Had a sleeping baby with us and staff were more than willing to accommodate See less
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Ben Gan Mar 17, 2021
There is most definitely room for improvement. We ordered Yaki Udon Wagyu ($14.9) and Wagyu Katsu Set($21.9) as mains. For sides, we had the Squid Karaage, Salmon Avo Hand Roll, Seafood Roll and Aburi Salmon Nigiri ($3.9 for each side dish). The food was below average overall. Unfortunately, the only thing I liked and enjoyed was the wagyu beef in the Yaki Udon Wagyu, it was cooked to pretty much perfection. The rest were meh at best, and at worst, you’d wish you were eating at a competing Japanese restaurant for the same price. You’d also usually expect well-presented food in Japanese restaurants, but we found the presentation to be lacking and thus unappetizing. Our Wagyu Katsu Set’s bowl of rice had some scorched rice (scooped out from the bottom of the rice cooker) presented on the very top of the bowl of rice, which did not impress my wife at all, I’d advise any restaurant against doing that unless a customer specifically asks for it. We also ordered Green Tea for $1 each, each cup was served with a tea bag, tasted like generic green tea, but for $1, it’s the cheapest that we’ve found in the CBD yet, so no complaints there. We also agreed with our fellow reviewer Risa Naomi on the indoor music chosen being a bit disappointing, but the music volume was okay when we visited. Being in a Japanese restaurant, you’d expect to hear Japanese music, but what we heard all night was just Taiwanese pop songs from the early-to-mid-2000s, which is understandable in a way as the employees are most likely from Taiwan, based on the Mandarin accent that they were communicating in, but still, they are running a Japanese restaurant, not a Taiwanese/Chinese one, so we'd advise against that. Would have been better to play English music if the employees or owners are not Japanese. TLDR: Food was below average overall, food presentation was subpar, music choice was questionable. We will be unlikely to revisit unfortunately. See less
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Jared Feb 19, 2021
A little difficult to find (we walked past the sign twice, but we can be a bit blind!), Darwin Tandoor is tucked away in the side street by Alfonsino's. A small (3 tables) family-run place, I imagine most people get takeaway, but my partner and I quite enjoyed dining "in". Now, we've been to many Indian restaurants, and I have to say the food here is exceptional. Be comfortable with a bit of a wait to enjoy your food fresh (or maybe order ahead if you prefer). We had the butter chicken, goat curry (Fri/Sat special!), and garlic naan. All were delicious, and I would say downright spectacular. So whether you enjoy dishes tried and true, or something a little off the beaten track, you will love the cuisine from this lovely family. I hope this restaurant will only grow, and I look forward to them being the biggest Indian restaurant in town the next time I'm in Darwin. See less
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Nikita.E Jan 08, 2021
Never fails to disappoint! Newmarket is my all time favourite Dominoes! See less
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Risa Naomi Jan 05, 2021
Enjoyed our visit here transiting through Brisbane. Mega Quick service, fun order-at-table options indoors on tablet device (kids will love). A few criticisms: indoor music was way too loud, and would be great to move away from top 40 music. Would love to have some Japanese music in background, even if it’s modern - alignment with the restaurant! Would’ve liked more contact with the waiters; they seemed to be very impersonal and just quickly dumped the dishes without any eye contact or speaking. Otherwise, a great experience. See less
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Julie Walker May 15, 2020
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Yang Yang Feb 21, 2020
Tempura tastes awful. It’s over cooked. See less
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jiachun yap Feb 15, 2020
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Chris Hall Sep 01, 2019
Wow, try the Nasi goreng pork and shrimp, absolutely loved it. See less
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FAQs
Does Eat Sushi Eagle St. offer takeaway?

Yes, Eat Sushi Eagle St. offers takeaway services. However we encourage you to call us first.

Where is Eat Sushi Eagle St. located?

Its located at Shop 9/45 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

About Eat Sushi Eagle St.

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Contact Details

Shop 9/45 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
+61 7 3229 8922
Opening Days
Eat Sushi Eagle St. is open 6 days a week ( Tuesday to Monday) and closed on Sunday. Please contact the business for actual opening hours.
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