I got some tickets to the Laugh Resort, which is held at Rosie O'Grady's in Northbridge every Wednesday night at 8:30pm. I enjoy a laugh, who doesn't? We also needed to eat, but we figured we'd solve that when we got there. We jumped on the train and walked into Northies and didn't get further than Aisuru Sushi. That place normally has a line coming out of it and a reasonable wait on tables, so considering we could just walk right in and sit at the bar around the sushi kitchen without a wait - BONUS! We're happy.
For more about the Laugh Resort, have a look at this post I wrote for the Perth Winter Arts Season 2013!
We loved all the sushi - what was great about it, was it was something really different from the standard shopping mall sushi stand options. They have some really modern dishes which makes for a really interesting dining experience. The Tank roll had wagyu beef, philly cheese, onions and a bunch of other stuff (when you go there, the ingredient list for the sushi is pretty long! So I don't remember it all... oops) and it tasted like a burger!
Something to note - the spicy options are not spicy. We love hot stuff and found there was very little chilli hits in the things we expected. You can make up for this though, with lashings of wasabi!
Aisuru Sushi is a great place to go for a reasonably priced bite before you head off to many of the arts venues in Northbridge, the Laugh Resort at Rosie's, a movie at Cinema Paradiso or a big night out pubbing and clubbing. It offers some safe menu options for those who know what they like, some more adventurous choices for those who like a surprise, and a vegan menu for the carnivorously adverse. Sometimes you'll have to wait a bit, but the service around the sushi bar is very quick, so I doubt you'll be waiting too long.