Bay Nine Omakase is a luxe sushi diner set within the historic Campbell’s Stores precinct, joining Hickson House Distilling Co and Frank Mac’s along the waterfront promenade.

Here, diners are invited to leave it up to the highly-skilled chef, who creates a new menu every day based around what fish has been caught in the previous 12 hours. A set menu (where some dishes from the omakase make an appearance) is served to diners in a separate 30-seat area.

A strong sake selection is on offer – with more than 40 varieties to choose from – but sake flights and a range of predominantly Japanese spirits are also available. The fit out is minimal, with dramatic lighting showcasing the sandstone bones of the 1799 warehouse.

The menu is anchored by a selection of nigiri, flanked by a revolving range of hot seafood dishes. Wagyu sukiyaki – a dish usually served in a hotpot and shared – is blanched, thinly sliced and served on a small plate with egg yolk, sea urchin and sweet onions.

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Updated: September 30th, 2022

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