Milton seems to specialise in mediocrity. Mediocre restaurants, mediocre coffee, mediocre shopping, the QTAC building where mediocre students acquire mediocre STAT results to gain entry into mediocre university courses, and squat-houses of mediocre junkies who haven't hit rock bottom yet.
This metropolis of mediocrity contains a few sushi vendors; notably Little Lily on Railway Tce, and Temple Thai Restaurant (with sushi train) on Park Road. Little Lily offered an excellent view of a chemically-weathered couple arguing half-heartedly about money, but was unfortunately closed for business. Temple Thai, however, was open and more than ready to serve their only customer at Saturday lunchtime.
Complimentary sesame tea (and icy water) were welcome and refreshing, but, again, don't expect sushi miracles from a deserted sushi train. I grabbed some teriyaki chicken rolls and tuna ships, and got to work. Taste was average, the rice was dry and inadequately seasoned, and the nori was universally tough and chewy. It's not all bad, though - the service was excellent, and the prices quite reasonable - but if you want good vittles as well, stick to the Thai menu.