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One of 27 restaurants world wide. co owner Robert De Niro has put faith behind chef Nobu Matsuhisa in creating a world class menu. be amazing by the knife skills of the highly trained chefs as the slice SASHIMI right in front of you.. an exciting japanese dining experience.
A great little contemporary Japanese restaurant. If its sushi your after then this isn't the place for you. traditional sushi isn't to be found anywhere on the menu but the fusion of flavors on your plate are the perfect hit....
St Kilda, Melbourne
Modern Japanese. Dumplings come out crisp, round and prettied-up with black sesame seeds and filled with potato, carrot and shiitake mushroom. Barbecued calamari might be teamed with miso-infused rocket and soba noodles. A standout dish includes slow-cooked beef giving new meaning to melt-in-the-mouth, especially when it sits on a bed of creamy silken tofu.
The Rocks, Sydney
Sake Restaurant & Bar is a contemporary Japanese restaurant located in The Rocks, Sydney. The restaurant caters for groups of all sizes offering four private dining rooms, communal banquet dining, traditional Japanese sunken table and a sushi bar. Opening Hours Mon - Sun Lunch 12.00 - 3.00pm Mon - Thurs Dinner 6.00 - 10.30pm Fri Dinner 6.00 - 12.00am Sat Dinner 5.30 - 11.30pm Sun Dinner 5.00 - 10.00pm
Fun Dining Why having a boring ordinary meal, when you can indulge yourself in the hands of our chefs who entertain while you are sipping your fancy drinks and devouring your favourite food cooked right in front of you?
Toshiya is a Japanese restaurant located in Cremorne, Sydney. Toshiya prides itself on their ability to present traditional dishes "with a little something new" to keep things fresh. Visits to the fish market every day are evident in the array of dishes. Highlights include the salmon sashimi, sashimi tacos and tempura kingfish. The menu changes daily so there is always something new to try. LUNCH FRI and SAT 12pm-14:30pm DINNER TUE to SUN 6pm-10pm Transport near by.
Mizuya Japanese Restaurant & Karaoke Bar is situated in Sydney's CBD featuring touchscreens where diners can place their orders. Great for groups and a fun and entertaining night out. Fully licensed. Fine wine. Exotic cocktails and mocktails. Opening Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:30am - midnight Friday - Saturday 11:30am - 2:00am
Izakaya Hachibeh is situated on Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD and is a traditional "izakaya", a drinking and dining establishment that Japanese go to for relatively cheap drinks and tapas dishes. You will find more types of sake than you would ever dare to drink and sashimi, tempura, various deep-fried morsels, grilled fish, skewered foods and other traditional Japanese dishes. Opening Hours: Lunch Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 2:00pm Dinner Monday - Saturday 6:00pm -11:00pm (last orders 10:15pm)
Introducing Heirloom, a casual Restaurant and Sake Bar showcasing Japanese influenced modern French dishes to share with an exclusive and extensive selection of sake's, boutique wines and local micro-brewery beers. Heirloom is the product of a cross-cultural culinary dialogue between the Eastern and Western worlds from classically French trained Executive Chef Kyle Doody (Jacques Reymond, European, Gills Diner) and master Japanese chef Shigeo Nonaka (Shoya). Both Chefs are heavily influenced by each others cuisines and share a common passion for great produce, fine technique and beautiful presentation. For those wanting more traditional Japanese fare, the restaurant houses a separate sake bar featuring a wide selection of sushi/sashimi, tempura and yakitori driven by Shigeo and his highly skilled team using the finest produce we can find. Those familiar with Shoya's high end Japanese cuisine can expect the same level of quality and attention to detail. For meat lovers we have constructed a display dry ageing meat locker, stocked with brilliant cuts of house butchered beef from around Australia with Kyle's nose to tail philosophy producing some memorable meat moments. Featured also are 5 different types of oysters sourced daily from the best Australian waters and shucked fresh to order. We hope your dining experience at Heirloom is one to remember. Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD in a beautiful contemporary space, Heirloom is the perfect place to unwind and indulge. We are open for Breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night cocktail bar menu 7 days a week. For us the name Heirloom evokes treasures regardless of value. Of memories passed down through generations, of family and friends. It speaks of tradition and purity of flavour. For further information or to book, please contact (03) 9639 1296,check us out at heirloomonbourke.com.au or drop in to 131 Bourke Street Melbourne.
Surry Hills, Sydney
"Jazushi" a combination of fine food, Japanese and Eurasian fusion, coupled with a well sought after funky, groovy typical Jazz bar offering live acts and recorded well known Jazz musicians with a line up of events to come. Try the food before or after the company b, Belvior Theatre. Just 1 minutes walk to the Belvior theatre Clisdell St. Prominently placed in Surry Hills near Strawberry Hills Pub and 4 minutes walk Central station off Elizabeth Street. Spacious casual with Jazz sophistication. Function area available Out door garden area covered in with Live Bamboo in Oriental setting and heated.
The Rocks, Sydney
Yoshii’s elegantly designed restaurant is one of the most modern stylish eateries in the Rocks. The initiative was for the restaurant to create simple and elegant style with traditional Japanese ambiance. The restaurant features an open kitchen fronted by a sushi bar. The sushi bar can seat a party of eight people with a clear view of the chef performing the fine art of sushi making. The restaurant also includes a round-tabled private function room with inbuilt plasma TV screen.Along with the main rooms the restaurant have 40 seats in total. There is also a sophisticated cool room for the vast variety of wines available. A series of Japanese hand made clay dishware and tea ware are also on display in the glass cabinet, all delicately hand drawn and designed by Mitsuo Shouji and Lex Dickson, who are both well-known ceramic artists in Sydney. The exterior of the restaurant is decorated with dark bamboo shoots near the entrance. Clean-cut strips of fine timber are placed horizontally on the window outside of the restaurant creating the effect of a see-through blind. The interior is decorated in soothing charcoal ash-gray, with a few vibrant walls to contrast. The strips of timber is also used vertically to divide the sushi-bar and the main dinning room creating dynamic spaces allowing the customer to have some privacy in the main dining room while also having the option of a few glimpses of the master chef at work. The polished dark timber floor, black marble sushi bench and Spanish leather chairs within the restaurant creates a sophisticated atmosphere and an ideal venue for all occasions such as business lunch functions while also perfect for an intimate dinner for two.
Circular Quay, Sydney
On a quest to present the ultimate seafood experience, Chef Raita Noda sources daily, the best and finest bounties from the sea. Every day he hand picks over 30 different verieties of seafood for Ocean Room's daily menu which later that day is displayed in Ocean Rooms live aquarium wall. Born in Tokyo, Noda came to Australia in 1990 and completed an apprenticeship at the Matsukaze Japanese Restaurant, Chifley Plaza before taking position as chef de partie at the ANA Hotel Sydney's Unkai Japanese Restaurant and Sous Chef at Ebisu Japanese Restaurant. Noda then spent four years as chef/proprietor of Rise Restaurant, Darlinghurst sydney, focusing on progressive Japanese cuisine. The restaurant was awarded 1 hat in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food guide Awards 2004. Raita Noda has been chef de cuisine of Ocean Room Restaurant since November 2004. Ocean Room is a spectacular backdrop for coastal cuisine through the combination of fresh seafood with Noda's unique blend of Japanese and mediteranean flavours.
King St Wharf, Sydney
Kobe Jones restaurant in Sydney offer a spacious and sophisticated venue, combining delicious cuisine with superb water views, both indoors and outdoors. Our stunning location overlooking Darling Harbour is an exceptional venue for your next business lunch. Whether you are planning a quiet meeting, corporate dinner or social get-together, Kobe Jones would be delighted to look after you. Semi private areas allow smaller groups to feel special and secluded or utilise the whole venue for up to 500 guests for an exclusive business or social function. Kobe Jones provides easy access from the city centre whether you decide to arrive by land or water. Contact us now for your next engagement.
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