It's safe say to Sydney is crazy about Japanese food, whether it comes rolled, or in a bowl. From hole-in-the-wall ramen to fresh sashimi and late night izakayas, there are all types of restaurants. Here are the best places to get your fix.
Seriously good soba noodles and okonomiyaki.
A don joint specialising in Japanese teas and an incredible matcha tiramisu.
Home-style Japanese in a space that’ll transport you straight there.
A three-hour sushi degustation hidden in a teppanyaki restaurant on the lower north shore.
A reliably fresh neighbourhood joint.
One of the most renowned restaurants in Sydney.
An adventurous Kaiseki-style sharing menu.
Yakitori grilled to perfection.
The food is fun, and the sake list is long.
More than 100 dishes to choose from.
A chic, industrial bar that serves sake and whisky with yakitori bites to match.
A modern fine-diner with a well-rounded sake menu.
The food is fresh and simple, but the ample supply of sake and whisky makes this place sing.
There are no tables, and no menus. But Noda knows best.
The venues shaping this city’s culinary scene.
The beating heart of Sydney’s dining scene.
Sweet or savoury? Standard or experimental? We can help you decide.
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