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We are happy to be open for you. Our current opening hours can be found in the table. Never stand in front of closed doors again! Just check in advance if we are still open. Because nothing is worse than looking for a parking space, then walking to the restaurant to find out that the restaurant is not open yet. Just check online if Sashimi Shinsengumi is still open.

The rating of this location is 3.4 . This is just what other are thinking. Maybe you find some other opening times details in the ratings texts.

Just call the restaurant on (+61)402359697, (+61)434108526 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 00:00 - 00:00


  • Address: Shop 5, 7-11 Clarke Street, Crows Nest, Sydney, 2065, Australia
  • Phone: +61402359697 +61434108526


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I can only check the Sushi Bento because I never succeeded to book my place for Omakase. This store is exclusively for taking out stuff. The Omakase Booking Process is painful and I never once have 5 people to book a place. So if you are looking for a nice sushi restaurant to eat, I would not recommend this shop. It's exactly how you work. Nevertheless, I recommend your Sushi Platter menus very much. The quality is really great. I always order my plate weekly and never feel disappointed. You have to order it in advance and tell you the pickup time. The store is also cash only, so make sure you bring enough money when picking up.

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So super fresh and authentic with very reasonable prices for what you get. The Sashimi melts only in her mouth with the right amount of fluffy rice and fish variety. The -0.5 is only for "ambience" or missing, but the food is just fantastic. Always from the bat, so happy that I have to try it finally :) will probably be back to your new location! Beautiful nice people.

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Crows Nest


  • Casual Dining
  • Sushi
  • japanese
  • ramen
  • Noodles


  • Takeaway Available
  • Wine
  • Parking available 198 metres away
Crows Nest Hotel business hours
Crows Nest Hotel

1 Willoughby Road Crows Nest, Crows Nest, Sydney, 2065, Australia

pubs, Drinks Only, Bar snacks, burgers, Cafes, Pub Food, Shared Plates, bars, restaurants, Pizza, Pub Grub, australian

As trendy upmarket pubs go, The Crows Nest Hotel – affectionately named by locals as ‘The Crowie’ – is pretty much on point in everything you want from a local pub. I went with the missus, and a few mates and their girlfriends last weekend for a Sunday session to catch up after a couple them had moved into a new apartment just up the road.&nbsp;<br> <br> We bought a round of drinks at the main bar downstairs, and they have a pretty good range of tap beers. Australian stalwarts VB and Carlton Draught hold a position each, along with a healthy smattering of other CUB beers. I was pleasantly surprised to find White Rabbit Pale Ale on tap, and immediately snapped up a pint of it. We moved to the rooftop bar to sit, and found the bar up their identical in their range of beers and beverages. After a couple drinks we ordered some fries and sweet potato wedges to nibble on. They were both pretty darn good. The fries were crunchy and hot, and the sweet potato wedges had melted cheese on them, which went surprisingly well.<br> <br> We later ordered mains after a few more drinks. I went with the lamb shank which was tender, sizeable and very flavoursome. My missus got the beef burger, and a couple my mates went with Parma’s. Everybody appeared to enjoy their meals. I really enjoyed the lamb shank. The only downside to it was I ordered seasonal greens with it, which came in the form of a smattering of peas over the top. My mate who bought me dinner said he did pay a little extra for the greens – so a few peas seemed a bit of a rort. That aside, the lamb and mash were delicious.<br> <br> On weekends at nights I think the Crowie turns into a bit of a nightclub, with a dancefloor and a much more party atmosphere which is cool if you’re a local and you’re looking for an alternative to the City. Given it’s opening hours on weekends are until 5am, and no lockouts it mightn’t be a bad destination for a dinner and a night out with friends. I’m sure I’ll definitely be back at the Crowie before too long, for dinner and inevitable beers with the boys.