If you need to eat a large quantity of sushi quicky, you really can't go past a sushi train. Any time something tasty-looking starts to trundle past, you feel that overwhelming compulsion to grab it before anyone else does, and inevitably end up with far more than you need. I know we're not alone in this.
Ginga is a fairly typical sushi train experience; plates range from $3 to $6.80, they present a good range, and the decor is dark and kooky. We sampled some tuna salad ships, teriyaki chicken, tempura prawn, and salmon rolls, and noticed a curious theme. The rice was consistently on the money - close to faultless - and the nori excellent albeit a little tough, but the fillings really failed to shine that day. The prawn batter was tough, requiring considerable biting power to chew sufficiently for swallowing, and the teriyaki chicken filling was hard and dry though awash with Japanese mayonnaise. This gave a particularly unnerving texture to the teriyaki chicken roll, and resulted in a surprising disappointment overall.