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Ginga Sushi Bar and Dining

39 Hercules Street, Brisbane, 4007, Ascot, Australia

🛍 Japanese, Sushi, Asian, Chicken, Seafood

3.9 💬174 Reviews

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Tucked away in the bustling streets of 39 Hercules Street, Brisbane, 4007, Ascot, Australia is Ginga Sushi Bar and Dining, a treasure in the culinary landscape. We serve first-rate dishes in a inviting atmosphere. Our menu is a blend of world flavors and homey comfort. Experience a delightful dining option! Ginga Sushi Bar and Dining offers a diverse selection of mouthwatering dishes that can be conveniently delivered to your doorstep. Simply call +61738681121 to place your order for delivery.


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Rosendo Sanford
Rosendo Sanford

Food was cold and extremely over priced. I have tasted a lot of sushi and this ginga restaraunt is below average. Sushi train at clayfield sets a good standard of what sushi should be. Ginga is lacking service, taste as well as authenticity.

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Mr. Reece O'Conner
Mr. Reece O'Conner

Really nice food! Good service! Quick and easy always has food on the train so you're not waiting around for them to make it... but they do make it fresh if you ask them to! I would go here again


Emerson Hilpert
Emerson Hilpert

We need to talk Ginga. It's not your fault I keep going to the movies hungry & with scant little time to eat, making you a convenient quick fix. That's 100% on me. But you need to hold up your end of the bargain. Where's the variety / quantity / quality? There was beef in a sushi roll tonight that was seriously chewy, and by 'chewy' I mean 'inedible'. There was no cheery greeting or in fact any greeting at all. The staff barely tolerated us. Clearly you have a captive market of unit dwellers, cruise ship tourists & movie mugs like me, but there's no need for complacency. I also like my money and it frankly costs too much for this suboptimal experience. $4.80 for a tiny serve of soggy edamame is uncool. Sushi Edo & their $3.50 plates of deliciousness put you to shame. So it's time. I'm breaking up with you. It's not me, it's you. ????


Mrs. Margarette Carter
Mrs. Margarette Carter

I had a quick casual dinner at Ginga on my way to the airport. I started with some gyoza. I was assured by the staff they were prawn which was reassuring as I don't eat pork. They were the oiliest gyoza I've ever had - not the best. I moved on the sushi. I found it hard to identify what was going around on the train especially for the sushi covered in mayonnaise. The sushi I had was cooked tuna and avocado. It was average overall and the tuna tasted very sweet. I had ordered a main meal - a large sized salmon belly with avocado and ponzu sauce. It took longer than expected to arrive considering there weren't many people there but when it arrived it looked and tasted exquisite. The salmon was juicy and served at room temperature for maximum flavour. The avocado was generous. There were also some noodles to round out the dish and add some much needed crunch and caviar for flavour. I'm not sure what the red stuff was on top. It looked like fake saffron. I decided not to eat it as it barely seemed edible. I hope I didn't miss out on something good. Overall, this place is average but judging from the meal I had I would definitely recommend a meal rather than eating from the train.


Rex Kutch
Rex Kutch

I had a quick casual dinner at Ginga on my way to the airport. I started with some gyoza. I was assured by the staff they were prawn which was reassuring as I don't eat pork. They were the oiliest gyoza I've ever had - not the best. I moved on the sushi. I found it hard to identify what was going around on the train especially for the sushi covered in mayonnaise. The sushi I had was cooked tuna and avocado. It was average overall and the tuna tasted very sweet. I had ordered a main meal - a large sized salmon belly with avocado and ponzu sauce. It took longer than expected to arrive considering there weren't many people there but when it arrived it looked and tasted exquisite. The salmon was juicy and served at room temperature for maximum flavour. The avocado was generous. There were also some noodles to round out the dish and add some much needed crunch and caviar for flavour. I'm not sure what the red stuff was on top. It looked like fake saffron. I decided... read more


Tristin Vandervort
Tristin Vandervort

Boo! Awful rubbery sushi. Meagre servings of bad sushi. Staff were nice enough though. Avoid at all costs. I have to put 140 characters for this review. But I reall could have said it in 4. Boo!


Arnaldo Veum
Arnaldo Veum

This is one of our regular lunch-time spots for both weekdays (when I'm in the area) and weekends. I do love a sushi train with buttons to alert staff when


Clemmie Kuhn MD
Clemmie Kuhn MD

After waiting 40 minutes for my food my husband and I walked out, he was served his meal and I received the miso soup for my bento box and then struggled to

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Ascot

Ascot

Categories

  • Japanese
  • Sushi
  • Asian
  • Chicken
  • Seafood
  • Soup
  • Casual
  • Noodles
  • Fish
  • Wine

Amenities

  • Delivery
  • Home Delivery
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Takeaway
  • Kids

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I dined at Cruisers recently and it was a very positive and enjoyable experience. Our host and owner Michael and his staff were very welcoming and attentive to our needs. I had the naughty pork crackling and cheesy garlic bread for starters, the eye fillet steak for main and a selection of desserts to finish off with. The pork crackling was cooked to perfection, light and crispy from start to finish with just the right dusting of salt (I felt very naughty after eating two pieces). The cheesy garlic bread was cheesy and garlicky and quite delicious too. I ordered the eye fillet - medium rare with (field) mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes and veggies which comprised of a well proportioned side of sauteed broccoli. The steak was cooked beautifully. It was tender and delicious as was the mushroom sauce. I ordered a piece of raspberry and white chocolate gateau (freshly made earlier that same day) to go, which they happily set aside in a take away container with a generous helping of fresh cream. I later finished the gateau off in very quick fashion as it was scrumptious. It was solid yet light, not sickly sweet but again just right. In the meantime back at Cruisers we (a table of five) shared the passionfruit cheesecake and chocolate fudge brownie/cookie with ice cream for dessert. Both equally scrumptious. I particularly like cheese cake and their passionfruit cheesecake was delicious. I fought hard to not eat more than my fair share (I may have failed). Pricing was commensurate with quality of food and the location.<br> <br> I definitely recommend Cruisers to anyone wanting a delicious meal in a relaxing environment at a reasonable price. I will definitely be going again.

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