Japanese Restaurants Gold Coast
Japanese Restaurants Gold Coast. Review by popular location, cuisine, features, map & book direct with the venue of your choice.
Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Gold Coast 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 Gold Coast.
Wasabi Restaurant & Bar
Wasabi Restaurant & Bar, overhanging the scenic Noosa River opposite the Noosa Recreation Reserve, relocated to Quamby Place in 2009 after six successful years in Sunshine Beach. Owner and 2009 Young Restauranteur of the Year, Danielle Gjestland, has designed a fashionable space with a strong sense of attention to design detail. The entirely waterfront dining space has spectacular river views with amazing sunset vistas by day and a warm, contemporary, intimate dining space by night. For a traditional Japanese eating experience, the tatami room seating for 20 is on a mezzanine level overlooking the dining room. The more formal western dining seats 30 with an additional private room for up to 8 guests. Recognised by Gourmet Traveller in their Top 100 restaurant list, Wasabi's food has a contemporary sensibility that is still deep-rooted in Japanese purity. Whether it's a celebration, a long lazy lunch on the river, or just your local Japanese eatery, whatever the occasion their mission is to make it a memorable dining experience.
Misono Japanese Steakhouse
The highly trained Misono chefs are known as entertainers as well as culinary masters and create an unforgettable dining experience every time as they slice, dice and juggle utensils, while tossing prawns and eggs. A range of teppanyaki banquets are prepared at your table featuring combinations of fresh seafood, tender steak and succulent chicken. All banquets are served with signature miso soup, followed by salad, prawn appetiser, hibachi vegetables and steamed or fried rice. Step inside and live the moment. If you were taught never to play with your food then perhaps it’s time to break the rules. Expected the unexpected...amplified at Misono.