We welcome the newest addition to the Japanese restaurants in Melbourne. Nestle in the quiet side of Flinders Lane, Akaiito brings us modern Japanese foods with chic, sexy and luxurious ambience from an open robata omakase area, cosy bar and sushi counter – truly an ultimate Japanese cuisine experience.
Japanese food has been widely known and become one of the most popular cuisines in many countries and why is that?
Not only because of the healthy ingredients, balance taste and seasonings, they’re also simple, light, flavourful and beautifully presented.
Here at Izakaya Jiro, you’ll be spoiled by the array of Japanese food selections from sushi and sashimi to grilled seafood and salad as well as variety collection of Japanese sakes and beers.
We’re so glad to be invited by Izakaya Jiro Team to have dine in experience.
Every once in a while the team at WhatEpiEats gets invited to something special, and when our invite reads “Tuna Cutting Show” you know it’s going to be something to look forward to.
Located in the midst of the Chadstone shopping capital, Marae Izakaya stands out with its modern and luxurious sushi train restaurant.
TSK stands for Tokyo Sushi Kitchen, just recently opened their youngest branch in Clarendon Street, South Melbourne.
This young Japanese restaurant offers an array selection of Japanese dishes such as, sushi, poke to ramen, don, udon and bento.
We’re glad to be invited by TSK South Melbourne to experience their food.
Thinking of something Japanese, quick and yummy? You are in the right place.
Rice workshop introduces itself as a Japanese rice bowl bar that offers quick Donburi (rice bowls) and bento boxes at great value.
It has many stores around Melbourne but this particular one has always been in Chinatown for more than 5 years now.
Grand Lafayette is a young Asian-inspired cafe situated on Clifton Street, Prahran; it’s tucked away from the busy Chapel St.
They strive to bring Melbourne Locals the modern and authentic taste of Japanese cuisine.
We’re glad to be invited by Grand Lafayette’s team to have foodie experience.
Ayame is a semi fine dining Modern Japanese restaurant situated in the busy Glenferrie Road, Malvern.
The location is very convenient and you have the option to use public transport (Tram 16) or your private vehicle where plenty of on street car parks available.
We’re glad to be invited by Ayame’s team to taste and experience their specialty.
Kobe Teppanyaki situated in the office building shop 7 / 261-265 Blackburn Road, Doncaster East. You hardly miss this place cause it’s located in the office building and you’ll see the Kobe Teppanyaki sign.
It might be a challenge to travel using Public Transport but no worries by private vehicle because there are plenty underground car parks available in the building;
We’re glad to be invited by Kobe Team to have the Teppanyaki experience.
If you love Japanese food & seafood lover, Unabara Lobster & Oyster bar is the “Go To” place to satisfy your craving and taste buds.
It’s a quite well known Japanese restaurant in Melbourne specialising in Japanese Seafood dishes. Two branches have been opened around Melbourne CBD (Melbourne Central & Melbourne Emporium).
We’re glad to be invited by Unabara’s team to experience the Lobster/Seafood dishes in Emporium Melbourne CBD, Level 1.
Katori is a fine dining Japanese restaurant in Melbourne located in luxury boutique hotel The Chen in Box Hill. It’s a newly opened classy and authentic Japanese restaurant run by notable chefs, formerly of Nobu and Saké, Kengo Hiromatsu Executive Head Chef and Yasuo Matsuike Head Chef. We’re so honored to be invited in the grand opening night dinner.