Love your sushi, udon and sashimi? Here's your top five Japanese restaurant in Melbourne!
Minamishima a Japanese omakase restaurant owned by Chef Koichi Minamishima. He has a 25 years experience on his belt than finally opening his own restaurant in 2014 in the city he called home for 15 years. His goal is to fill each customer with joy through the art of sushi. Minamishima pride them self in using the best raw ingredients available and some imported from Japan.
4 Lord St
Richmond, VIC 3121
Komeyui is a well known Japanese restaurant in Melbourne. Kome means rice and Yui means knot. They pride them self on using the freshest ingredients matching their authentic Japanese style. Their rice is cooked in a Hagama " traditional iron pot" that maintains rice natural flavour as well as their pan fried and grilled dishes are cooked in an earthen charcoal brazier called Shichirin.
396 Bay St
Kisume is Lucas group’s newest venture and obviously automatically to all the foodies in Melbourne, maybe even from out of town as well. Located in Flinders lane with a three storey venue; basement sushi bar, casual dining ground level and kuro kisume upper level.
175 Flinders Ln
Melbourne VIC 3000
Nobu is a well known restaurant chains in the world and was established by Japanese chef Matsuhisa Nobuyuki. He has Michelin Stars, James Beard Awards, AGFG Chefs Hat and 11 Most Influential Chefs of the Decade by Madrid Fushion (2009), all under his belt. He has two restaurant brands, Nobu and Matsuhisa.
8 Whiteman St
Southbank, VIC 3000
Shoya is a Japanese French fusion fine dining restaurant situated in Melbourne CBD and has been open for a long time. They are highly known for their fresh ingredients and creativity in taste. Shoya is named after it's rising structure; 6 levels with various seatings such as Japanese style BBQ, traditional tatami seatings, fine dining tables, sushi bar and Karaoke rooms.
25 Market Lb
Melbourne, VIC 3000
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