Fugetsu – Haymarket NSW Restaurant Review

I won’t bore you with all the details of our visit to Fugetsu. Instead, I will provide a few photos as well as a list of similarities and differencesin comparison to Sushi Hotaru.

Both reasonably priced sushi trains within the same geographic region
Hand rolls are good and perhaps represent the best value
Touchscreen ordering system which negates the need for unwanted human-on-human contact
For FugetsuAgainst Fugetsu
Free parking in Market City after 6PM until the following morning, permitting other CBD baseda ctivitiesMore expensive than Hotaru – $3.95 a plate for most things and more for premium plates
A selection of alcohol, including $6 tap beer during happy hourAburi nigiri is universally drenched in mayonnaise
Wide range of non-sushi foodsNon-sushi foods experienced including the takoyaki and wagyu skewers were either not good or quite expensive
Open until later than Sushi HotaruQuality of sushi in general is probably a little lower than at Hotaru

I think that overall if you’re keen for a cheap but good quality sushi train meal in the Sydney CBD, Sushi Hotaru is still hard to walk past. Other factors like free parking after 6PM however are significant, and the difference in quality between the two places is small enough that saving $10 on parking may or may not sway the decision one way or another.

Shop R3, 16 Level 3, Market City, 9-13 Hay St, Haymarket NSW 2000
(02) 9211 6128

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