Sushi Boto, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Sushi Boto is the newest restaurant from the team behind White Mojo and sees them take things in a very different direction.

We were invited to check out the offering at Sushi Boto and, being big fans of White Mojo and Japanese food, were interested in seeing what the team had to offer.

Sushi Boto is located on the top level of the food court at St Collins Lane, in the space formerly occupied by Mexican restaurant Los Vida. It’s all about the sushi train, with sushi boats for added fun. Yes it’s gimmicky, but you can’t deny that it’s fun.

Each plate is priced at $3.80. You just pick what you want as it comes by your seat and pay at the end based on the number of empty plates you have. Sushi is the main focus here, but there are also plenty of warm dishes like karaage, gyoza, and takoyaki. Highlights include the fry chicken urimaki and the grilled unagi (eel) with teriyaki sauce.

If you’re looking for something other than what’s on the rotating selection, there’s a small selection of à la carte options on offer too. ‘Sushi Steps’ is Sushi Boto’s signature à la carte option. You’re presented with a stepped display of eight different creations like New Zealand scampi, fresh oysters, clams, Tasman sea garfish, dry aged Tasmanian salmon, and my favourite, the unctuous foie gras don.

While the quality of the seafood offered with ‘Sushi Steps’ can’t be denied, it’s pricey at $88. For us the $3.80 plates are the way to go. Stick to the cold dishes rather than the hot dishes which can suffer after a few laps around the conveyor belt, and you’ve got some well priced, quality sushi to enjoy.

Sushi Boto

L2, St Collins Lane
260 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9663 8000
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 11:00am to 9:00pm
Sat – Sun: 11:00pm to 7:00pm

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