Currently there is no menu available for Sushio Tokio in Newtown. We are continuously adding menus, so check back soon!
In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Newtown below.
Below you'll find samples from menus of places nearby.
|Mongolian Beef - Thick egg Noodles with beef and fresh vegetable in a mongolian sauce||$9.50|
|Satay Chicken - Thick egg noodles with chicken and fresh vegetables in satay sauce||$9.50|
|Carbonara - fettuccine, bacon, onion & mushroom in a creamy sauce||$9.50|
|Sambal Fried Rice - Malaysian style rice dish with chicken egg, spring onion and peas in a sambal sauce||$9.50|
|Black Bean Combo Meat - combination meat & vegetables tossed with black bean sauce served on a bed of rice||$9.50|
|Ginger and Shallot chicken - Wok tossed chicken with ginger and shallot on a bed of rice||$10.50|
|Kung Pao Chicken with Cashew - Stir Fried chicken with onion, capsicum and cashew nuts on a bed of rice (served mild, medium or hot)||$10.50|
|Green Curry Chicken - Thai green curry chicken served with seasonal vegetable on a bed of rice||$10.50|
|Clean Here for the full menu for Yummy Noodle House|
|Teriyaki||Everyone loves Teriyaki, it is a style of cooking literally meaning glaze and grill. The shiny sauce is used to coat meats, fish and vegetables and can be found on every Japanese menu around the country. Some restaurants make their own sauce from passed down family recipes making the experience unique and special. Teriyaki chicken is a common filling for sushi, while a simple piece of Teriyaki Salmon can make a memorable meal.||Japanese|
|Sushi||Sushi is the ‘vinegared rice’ used to stuff the rolls and a variety of other ingrediants such as raw fish with nori seaweed, avocado and cucumber or chicken teriyaki. They are served with spicy wasabi and soy sauce to give them a kick!||Japanese|
|Mango Lassi||Served in most Asian restaurants, it is probably a ‘signature smoothie’ type of drink. Fresh mangoes with yoghurt and light spices poured over ice – absolutely delicious and refreshing to the palate and takes away any heat from spicy food still burning your tongue!||Asian|
|Sake||Sake is a Japanese fermented rice drink, usually served warm and frequently called ‘rice wine’. It is served in small china bottles or in small ‘cup’ style vessels in very small quantities! An acquired taste and quite pungent!||Sushi, Japanese|
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