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  • Adelaide Casino

    The Adelaide Casino offers guests one of the finest gaming and entertainment experiences in Australia. Located within the magnificently restored Adelaide Railway Station in the heart of the city, Adelaide Casino’s gaming facilities includes 90 gaming tables, 1000 gaming machines and regular poker events. For those seeking the finest gaming...

  • Ainoya Restaurant

    Ainoya, a small Japanese restaurant in Kirribilli, offers dishes composed with a gentle fusion of modern and traditional. Enjoy sushi and sashimi, Japanese salads and grills or choose from the unique specials menu. Ainoya gives diners the opportunity to enjoy its dishes in the way that suits you best. Choose...

  • Ajisen Ramen

    Ajisen Ramen restaurant in Melbourne CBD offers an impressive selection of Japanese noodle soups in a range of regional styles. Service here is fast, prices are low and meals are tasty, making Ajisen a popular lunch destination for both CBD suits and students.…

  • Akachochin

    Japanese restaurant Akachochin is part of Melbourne’s latest dining precinct, South Wharf Promenade. Just a few steps from South Wharf’s Hilton, Akachochin offers a cosy restaurant to enjoy traditional Japanese izakaya dishes. With both sushi bar style seating and table options, guests can watch their food prepared from the restaurant’s...

  • Akari Japanese Restaurant

    The restaurant world is fickle, but Fitzroy Japanese restaurant Akari has stood the test of time, offering excellent value-for-money selections and quality service. Beyond the sushi and sashimi offerings of the menu, there are excellent bento boxes, Japanese hot pots and daily specials, which can range from tea-smoked pork to...

  • Aka Siro

    Breaking the stereotype for Japanese food, Collingwood’s Aka Siro is a great find. Inside this light space, narrow communal tables face onto an open kitchen where traditional teisheko style dishes are served. Main plates of fried tofu or Japanese curry arrive as a complete meal with Japanese salad, rice and...

  • Aka Tombo

    Among the strip of shops on trendy Greville Street is Aka Tombo, a sushi bar that transports diners to downtown Tokyo. This cosy restaurant offers a personal approach to dining, with seating right at the sushi bar where Chef and owner Akira Kageyama can recommend his favourites from a seasonal...

  • Arakawa Japanese Restaurant

    Embrace your inner Japanese spirit at Arakawa at RACV Royal Pines Resort. The authentic Japanese experience is captured through three separate tatami rooms, Japanese a la carte area, two teppanyaki rooms and a sushi bar. The menu is created by specialist Japanese chefs fusing traditional techniques with local produce to...

  • Aroma Japanese Cuisine

    Imagine all the prawn sushi you can eat, and chicken teriyaki, and California maki, and ... you can enjoy it all at Aroma - Adelaide’s first all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant. It sits above the crowds window-shopping restaurants and admiring the chefs in the front window slicing barbecued ducks and lassoing hand-made...

  • Asahi

    Asahi (Rising Sun) Japanese Restaurant, Ballarat's first Japanese Restaurant to offer fresh sushi and sashimi, also brings you a magnificent array of traditional Japanese delicacies. Combining exquisite flavours with visual pleasure, Asahi will satisfy the fussiest of palates. Asahi is without doubt the premier Japanese Restaurant in Ballarat, serving modern...

  • Asahi Japanese Restaurant

    Ballarat’s popular Asahi Japanese Restaurant is a warm and inviting eatery found in the centre of town. Traditional sushi and sashimi dishes are on offer here, as well as more robust dishes of pork belly and tempura, perfect for sharing with a group. Be sure to end the meal on...

  • Asakusa

    Named after the riverside prefecture in Tokyo, Asakusa is a neighbourhood Japanese eatery in Malvern, best known for its crispy salmon skin roll. Simply decorated in traditional Japanese style, this cosy restaurant serves an extensive menu that's brimming with Japanese favourites, including sushi, tempura, noodles and soups all prepared by...

  • Asakusa Japanese Restaurant

    Located at the northern end of King Street, Asakusa is a gorgeous, traditionally-styled Japanese restaurant. The menu is extensive with everything from DIY shabu-shabu to steamboats of sashimi. Asakusa delivers warm, efficient service in a relaxed and comfortable environment.To read more about Asakusa go to the de Groots blog here.…...

  • Aya Japanese Restaurant

    Established in High Street, Armadale some 17 years ago, Aya continues to earn its reputation as the most unique and finest Japanese restaurant in Armadale. Conveniently located in High Street, this locally famed establishment is renowned for its fresh and delicately prepared meals, with particularly high quality Sushi and Sashimi...

  • Azuma

    Azuma restaurant is blessed with one of Sydney's finest Japanese chefs, Kimitaka Azuma. This culinary genius brings his own unique craftmanship to a varied menu of traditional Japanese dishes, including some of Sydney's freshest and highest-quality sushi and sashimi.Azuma Chifley is a light-filled space that is the more lively of...

  • Bar Zushi

    Bar Zushi restaurant in Casuarina Square serves quality, healthy Japanese fare in a striking setting, making sushi only part of the attraction. Sit beside the 25 metre sushi train and enjoy a taste of Japan as the carriages wind around the enormous curved central table. California rolls, miso soup, sashimi,...

  • Bar Zushi Grill

    Mmm…more Bar Zushi style sushi at the Bar Zushi Grill; a pleasant Casuarina restaurant that caters to every one of your sushi cravings in the simple, modern, funky environment of the mall.court, Bar Zushi Grill offers simple wooden seating and tables screened off from the bustle of the mall. Chef...

  • Benihana Japanese Restaurant

    Tucked inside the luxurious Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa, Benihana Japanese Steakhouse is well-known for its fine food. The atmosphere is lively, with guests seated around a teppanyaki table, while a chef prepares and cooks each meal on a central hot plate. Traditional teppanyaki meals include chicken, steak or...

  • Bentoya

    Located in the vibrant hardware precinct, Bentoya Restaurant offers an ambient and modern Japanese haven in the heart of Melbourne. The restaurant has been serving quality yet affordable Japanese cuisine for more than 10 years and is well-attuned to the desires of its diners. Reserve a table to enjoy the...

  • Bento Ya

    Don't let Bento Ya's modest interior put you off, this St Leonards eatery brings a whole new meaning to the concept of Japanese bento boxes. Humbly located within a cottage nearby to the station, this cosy dinner offers something for everyone, with an eccentric selection of noodles, sizzling plates and...

  • Big Stone

    The lower North Shore is really giving Sydney dining a run for its money with additions such as Big Stone in North Sydney. At first glance, the menu is all over the place – is it Mexican, Moroccan or Japanese? But once the food arrives, patrons sigh of relief –...

  • Billy Kart Kitchen

    Former TV chef Ben O'Donoghue is back in the kitchen with his new cafe Billy Kart Kitchen. There is a strong focus on local produce and the use of home grown herbs and veggies from the patch out the back. The menu changes weekly according to available produce and features...

  • Biru Biru

    Biru Biru brings a little more hustle and bustle to Darlinghurst’s ever-busy Victoria Street, offering Japanese craft beers and a menu of izakaya style snacks ‘to soak it all up’. Order kushiyaki skewers cooked over a charcoal hibachi grill, and finger-lickin’ good Japanese popcorn chicken and sticky pork ribs. For...

  • Bishamon Japanese Restaurant

    You can generally judge a restaurant by its popularity, and Bishamon Japanese in Spring Hill is well patronised by locals and Japanese expats alike. Imbued with heritage character and a casual vibe, Bishamon offers an extensive menu featuring all manner of mouth-watering sushi, sashimi, noodles, teppanyaki and cook-it-yourself hot pots....

  • Blancharu

    Blancharu offers a surprisingly casual twist Japanese-Franco cuisine serving unpretentious, approachable food in a modern, sleek space. In addition, the knowledgeable, attentive service team and a smart BYO policy complete this relaxed yet sophisticated bistro.…

  • Brown Rice-Rushcutters Bay

    There is something comforting about returning to the same restaurant, for the same dish, night-after-night and while most dining chains aren’t worth your while, Brown Rice Sushi, with four locations across Sydney, is a little bit special. The menu is the same in each restaurant and as the name suggests,...

  • Brown Rice Sushi-Double Bay

    There is something comforting about returning to the same restaurant, for the same dish, night-after-night and while most dining chains aren’t worth your while, Brown Rice Sushi, with four locations across Sydney, is a little bit special. The menu is the same in each restaurant and as the name suggests,...

  • Brown Rice Sushi-Northbridge

    There is something comforting about returning to the same restaurant, for the same dish, night-after-night and while most dining chains aren’t worth your while, Brown Rice Sushi, with four locations across Sydney, is a little bit special. The menu is the same in each restaurant and as the name suggests,...

  • Brown Rice Sushi-Potts Point

    There is something comforting about returning to the same restaurant, for the same dish, night-after-night and while most dining chains aren’t worth your while, Brown Rice Sushi, with four locations across Sydney, is a little bit special. The menu is the same in each restaurant and as the name suggests,...

  • Buckland Hotel

    Moving above and beyond your standard pub grub, the Buckland Hotel in the up and coming inncer city suburb of Alexandria, continues to woos locals with their live music, trivia nights, happy hour drinks and their Thai restaurant serving a great selection of inexpensive Thai dishes.…

  • Bulimba Sushi Station

    Oxford Street is the place to dine in Bulimba and, if you're in need of a Japanese fix, Bulimba Sushi Station has the art of sushi down pat. Drop in to this slick modern eatery for friendly service and a huge variety of sushi plus plenty of other tasty Japanese...

  • Busshari

    Authentic Japanese cuisine comes to Potts Point in the form of Busshari restaurant, a sleek, modern diner on Macleay Street. With seafood firmly on Busshari's agenda, there's a good range of delicacies available here, including choice toro (tuna belly), scampi and king crab rolled into sushi and artful sashimi platters....

  • Cafe Fresh Lounge Bar & Shinsen Restaurant

    Head Chef Frank Ganora brings over 35 years of experience and has been at Fresh for over 6 years. Two restaurants in one, cafe and Japanese Sushi the options the ambience is pretty cool with red walls, blue mosaic tiles and a raised lounge area.…

  • Chado The Way of Tea

    REPORTED AS CLOSEDChado is not just a restaurant about tea and pan-Asian food, but also about introducing the elegance of the traditional tea ceremony to Hobart.Your choice of teas from around the world perhaps a rare white or blossom tea or the complex earthy pu-erh cha from China are served...

  • Cherry Blossom Tree

    Cherry Blossom Tree has been serving fresh sushi to Sunshine Coast patrons since before sushi was hip and they continue to pump out seaweed wraps in Mooloolaba. Sushi's not the only thing on Cherry Blossom Tree's menu, though. Diners can order a range of Japanese dishes, including noodles, soups and...

  • Chi Kitchen

    Centrally located on Little Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD, Chi Kitchen provides interesting Asian fusion fare consisting of flavours and dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian culinary tradition. The restaurant is operated by two nutritionists, who are committed to providing quality ingredients and nutritious meals to diners. The modern...

  • Chillipadi Watergardens

    Chillipadi is located in Taylors Lakes, around 20 minutes north-west of Melbourne CBD. The kitchen presents an enormous menu of Pan Asian cuisine including Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes. The restaurant allows you to choose your dining style - casual at the sushi bar or more...

  • Chin Chin’s at Koto Moon

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon sounds more like an entrant in Shanghai's independent film festival than a purveyor of contemporary Asian cuisine, but what awaits you is well-presented food in a sumptuous setting. Friendly staff fronts this union of modern styling and traditional fare including the likes of homemade dim...

  • Chocolate Buddha

    Grab a spot at Federation Square's Chocolate Buddha to experience a unique, Japanese-inspired, communal dining experience. Dishing out traditional Japanese fare, patrons can expect the likes of ramen, donburi, sushi, and zensai, complimented by a refined selection of sake, wine and local brews. Chocolate Buddha has a special sharing menu...

  • Cocotte Dining

    Located in Robina, Cocotte Dining is the creation of Japanese-born chef Shunichi Tanabe. Influenced by his passion for southeast Queensland's coastal lifestyle, Cocotte is known for its casual ambience and tasty menu emphasising on the freshness of ingredients, hearty simplicity and purity of flavour. The slow-cooked recipes simmering with both...

  • Coo Izakaya

    Offering a happy medium between a bar and a restaurant, Canberra city's Japanese jewel, Coo Izakaya, has bridged the generation gap by attracting local corporates as well as young travellers, exhausted shoppers and besotted couples to its paper lanterns hanging on the door outside. Taking its name from Coo, meaning...

  • Crane

    Crane is a sophisticated Bayswater Road restaurant, bar and VIP hangout. The decor is as swish as the well-dressed clientele, with sleek wooden finishes, exposed brick walls and a large outdoor terrace. Sushi master and Head Chef Tai Chi (of Sake Brisbane fame) has put together a menu of mouth-watering...

  • Don Don

    Don Don is a tiny Japanese restaurant at the city end of Oxford Street in Darlinghurst. Serving large bowlfulls of food for less than $10, don't be surprised if you have to line up for a seat.…

  • DonToo

    This tiny Japanese cafe in Melbourne is a powerhouse of energy, and a great city option for a quick, hearty and healthy lunch at low prices. This is how Dantoo works: enter a tiny crowded space, find the counter and make a quick choice about what you want to eat.…...

  • Donto Sapporo

    Those who are yet to experience the unadulterated pleasure of the cuisine at Donto Sapporo Japanese Restaurant are in for a cultural experience and a culinary treat. This Broadbeach restaurant reflects the style of top restaurants in Tokyo, with expert chefs creating extensive a la carte and set menus. The...

  • Edamame

    With Iron Chef written all over it, Edamame is a quaint little St Lucia-based Japanese restaurant that's turning heads all over Brisbane. Edamame goes above and beyond the regular variety of a sushi train with hints of French influences. The fusion of traditional cooking techniques and modern ideals for creating...

  • Edamame Sushi

    Usually the go-to location for Vietnamese, Marrickville is now home to one-of-a-kind Edamame Sushi. What makes this restaurant so unique is its unusual combination of two starkly different cuisines – Japanese and Italian. The idea behind head chef and owner, Cuong Nguyen, is to keep the dishes simple with subtle...

  • Edoya Japanese Restaurant

    Found away from the bustle of Melbourne's Chinatown district, Japanese restaurant and sushi bar Edoya is a casual and comfortable eatery you'll feel right at home in. Serving a traditional selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and noodles, guests here can get all their tried and tested favourites without the price...

  • Eis Japanese Retaurant

    A not-so-hidden gem in Melbourne's premier waterside suburb, Eis Japanese offers diners a taste of refined Japanese cuisine that is refreshingly affordable and understatedly good. A eatery with a difference, the food here can be described as a fusion between Modern Australian and Japanese, with considerate plating and not a...

  • Emon Japanese Cafe Restaurant

    The Japanese say “Fortune comes in by a merry gate” and dining at Emon Japanese Cafe Restaurant in Surry Hills will leave you feeling very fortunate indeed to have discovered such a little gem.…

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