Japanese Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best Japanese dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Japanese Restaurants in Sydney.
Toko Restaurant & Bar
Toko Restaurant & Bar and Tokonoma Lounge, located in the heart of Surry Hills, Sydney's premier dining precinct, offers diners the chance to experience the informal style of Japanese 'izakaya' dining. Combined with Australia's world renowned fresh produce and complimented by stunning contemporary design, the Toko dining experience lingers long after diners have left the restaurant.
Ocean Room Restaurant
Ocean Room is one of Sydney’s most iconic dining destinations. The stunning, architecturally applauded dining space is set against the impressive Sydney Opera House and Harbour. The menu brings together a sumptuous collection of modern Japanese cuisine using local Australian produce to ensure guests a memorable culinary adventure. A vibrant array of Japanese inspired cocktails and an award winning wine list complements the opulent cuisine, and can be enjoyed in the restaurant itself or at the ‘O Bar’ space. Complete with a dazzling, upstairs Private Dining Room, Ocean Room also offers a glamorous location to accommodate a myriad of event visions – from corporate gatherings to weddings and exclusive events.
Welcome to Tetsuya's Tetsuya’s Restaurant is located at 529 Kent Street, Sydney. Tetsuya Wakuda refurbished an heritage-listed site, with influences of traditional Japanese-inspired style, to create a serene dining enclave in the city. The restaurant offers three main dining areas overlooking an exquisite Japanese garden, private yet atmospheric rooms for larger groups, and a bar at which guests may enjoy a pre-dinner drink before commencing their meal. Every room also features pieces from Tetsuya's eclectic art and ceramic collection, from delicate Japanese porcelain to bold Australian sculptures. The cuisine is unique, based on the Japanese philosophy of using natural seasonal flavours, and enhanced by classic French technique.
Azuma Japanese Restaurant
Kimitaka entered the world of Japanese cuisine when he was only 16 years old. The strict almost feudal culture of his senior co-workers attracted him at an early age. As he served his apprenticeship Kimitaka came to be regarded as family to his co-workers. His natural skill and technique in the kitchen was quickly recognized by his peers and superiors. The young Kimitaka was passionate about his new career. He would often work past his assigned hours, arriving early each morning and leaving late into the night. His superiors ordered strict obedience. ''The answer always had to be 'Yes'! I could never contemplate saying 'No. The way of the Japanese culture meant that if a superior said that the sky was red – when clearly it is not – I still had to agree!” It was in this environment that he first realized his dedication, diligence and passion for cooking. At the age of eighteen Kimitaka moved from his home town to further his career; he worked in Tokyo for 2 years and then spent 1 year at the Akamon Japanese Restaurant in a Bangkok, Thailand. Returning to Japan, Kimitaka based himself in Miyazaki, a well known “foodie” district. Here he worked at the Royal Hotel for 3 years and then for 4 years at the Century Heian-kaku. It as here that Kimitaka was appointed Master Chef of Japanese Cuisine and Executive Chef.
With the collaboration of modern cosmopolitan and traditional Japanese style fusion cooking, Yoshii has mastered the three main important elements in a cuisine; the visual, the scent and the flavor. Each individual dish is uniquely displayed with stunning tableware, demonstrating distinct balance of captivating colours and textures, which compliment the flavours, presenting the most attractive temptation onto the dining table.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the loyal customers who has visited our web site for the support and interest in Shiki. This year we are celebrating our 28th year of business, making it the longest established Japanese restaurant in Sydney. Our team at Shiki will continue to improve in making your dinning experience at Shiki pleasant and more enjoyable.
Kabuki Seafood Japanese Restaurant
Discover the true Japanese taste in the heart of Sydney city. From the skilled cooking of our executive Japanese chef you can enjoy our range of fresh Sashimi such as Lobster and Abalone, Sushi and many other traditional Japanese dish. Try our executive Shabu Shabu hotpot which you can enjoy all year around. Our restaurant has a traditional Japanese atmosphere of which interior is designed exclusively by Japanese artists and has created a relaxed Kabuki style ambience. All of us here at Kabuki Shoroku hope to see you soon!
Ichioku Japanese Teppanyaki Restaurant
For an entertaining and Affordable dining experience that is both theatrical and culinary Ichioku is proud to present with a centuries old traditional Japanese cooking style known as Teppanyaki nestled in Newtown Sydney Great for people looking for an entertaining dinner out, birthday parties, group outings or just a casual dinning experience
Perched on the restaurant’s mezzanine level, it’s easy to see why the newly opened Zushi on Crown Street has become instantly popular. The younger sibling to Zushi on nearby Victoria Street is a slicker version of the original Sydney sushi haunt – solid wooden tables, black dining chairs and timber wall finishes dominate the low-lit space that welcomes guests with a monochrome floral mural on the oversized glass entrance.
momofuku seiōbo is momofuku’s first restaurant outside of new york city. reservations for the main dining area can only be made in advance through our online system. we also have a 5-seat bar that serves a limited bar menu. bar seating is first come, first serve. in the main dining area, we serve a tasting menu that changes constantly. the menu is inspired by the bounty of australian ingredients and sydney’s diverse food culture. seiōbo is the japanese goddess of the west and her sign is the peach tree.