Looking for a Japanese Restaurant in Melbourne? Our Dining Guide give you a list of the best Restaurants from right across Melbourne and suburbs. It's that simple!
For a diversion from Lygon Street's 'little Italy' sits an institution in Carlton's North with a name worth remembering. 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 not to be missed.
Eating and drinking are taken to an exciting new level at Pabu, a modern take on the traditional Japanese pubs or Izakaya. The word Pabu is Japanese for pub, and like any Aussie pub, Pabu is casual, friendly and always lively. You will be wowed by the cutting-edge Japanese-influenced décor as soon as you walk through the door. The infamous giant abacus on the ceiling has been the talk of the town ever since Pabu opened it’s door! At the front of the restaurant you will find the beautiful communal table made of recycled timber which welcomes single diners or larger groups. Stretching the length of the side-wall is the beautiful graffiti artwork inspired by the seasons of Japan by Hiroyasu Tsuri, an award winning local Japanese artist based in Melbourne.
The Emerson is a place of endless possibility – day or night! This unique multilevel venue inspires and captivates, offering the perfect combination of elegance, fun and contemporary style with Melbourne’s laid back sophistication. Spanning Club, Cocktail Bar & Lounge and Rooftop, The Emerson invites you to eat, drink and play under one roof with their a lar carte menu, premium beverage selection, booth packages, VIP service and private event options.
The Emerson Rooftop
An elegant and sophisticated yet casual space, set against a vista of South Yarra and Melbourne’s CBD. The fully retractable roof and generous heating will keep you warm in winter and cool in summer providing the perfect space for any experience. The Emerson Rooftop offers booth packages ultimate in both day & night celebration, full space hire for weddings and private events, live cooking station and a menu of Modern Australian dishes designed for casual dinners or sharing amongst friends.
Cocktail bar & lounge
A place of hidden pockets and secret corners, unique light fixtures and sumptuous textures, this is the ultimate in intimate event spaces. With private booths and lift access, discreet amenity access and a bird’s eye view over the main dance floor, this level is designed to be enjoyed all night long, exclusively removed from the fevered pace below. The striking cocktail lounge area features plush low level lounge style seating separated to provide exclusivity yet immersed in the atmosphere of the rooftop and club, perfect for an intimate event or seated dinner.
The Emerson Club
Designed for absolute enjoyment, The Emerson Club brings the sounds of resident and international DJ's, spectacular lighting, aerial entertainment and a VIP experience to create the best atmosphere, ambience and experience for all in Melbourne. The beauty is in the details - from the carefully appointed grand bar, to the lush booth seating areas that fill out all the best corners of the club, complimenting the flow to bring you up close and personal with the DJ and dance floor.
Kappo is the expression of the seasons, an example of traditional Japanese food with a modern touch. We offer a full selection of drinks both from our Hihou bar and a specially selected list of wine and sake.
The Smith has been fitted with a tailored new suit, a new face, a fresh attitude, a savvy team and a fresh start. The Smith is elegantly relaxed not flashy, but smart yet casual, perfect for all occasions planned or spontaneous. Spaces have been designed for lounging about, lingering over tastes and sips or privately entertaining a crowd.
The Sanctuary Lakes Hotel will raise your expectations of what a suburban hotel should be. Within a safe, family friendly atmosphere you will find a diverse choice of dining and entertainment opportunities that is unequalled.From the relaxed family dining day and night, to the chilled out vibe of our Cruz Restaurant/Cafe, the sophistication of our piano bar, one of our versatile function rooms and community spaces or the ultimate in sports bars open till late, Sanctuary Lakes Hotel offers the solution to whatever takes your fancy.The Hotel is accessible to everyone in the community with a vast area for on-site parking and easy public transport access.Functions/Community FacilitiesThe Sanctuary Lakes Hotel offers 3 function rooms, all with food & bar service, and a ‘state of the art’ audio visual facility in our largest room.The stylish spaces are perfectly suited to entertainment, corporate or sporting functions and our venue manager will arrange all details for your event.As part of our commitment to the community, we would be happy to discuss providing facilities for local sporting clubs, community groups, or NFP local organisations.
Japanese owned and operated Takumi is a new concept Japanese restaurant specialising in only the highest quality Wagyu with the largest selections of Wagyu prime cuts currently available in Australia. Let your senses take you on a cooking journey as you explore the various cuts of Wagyu, after all its destiny is in your hands.
Izakaya Den is a restaurants and bar and has been created in the vein of a traditional Japanese Izakaya. Come down the stairs into this dimly lit den of foodie heaven.
Kinya is one of Melbourne’s most enviably located Japanese restaurants, nestled in the south Docklands precinct overlooking the Yarra River and Docklands Park. We serve fresh, contemporary Japanese cuisine at affordable prices while you soak up some of the best water views in Melbourne.
Located in the heart of South Yarra, Melbourne, Tokyo Teppanyaki is more than just a dining experience – it is a complete night of entertainment!Enjoy high quality Japanese-style fresh seafood and quality fillets barbecued by our expert staff at your table. Watch as they chop, toss, marinade, slice and juggle your food, even throwing it through the air to land on your plate, or in your mouth if your tastebuds cant stand the wait.
Serving many traditional Japanese dishes, from sushi / sashimi to tempura, noodles to hot pot specialties cooked at your table, the choice is easy to make.You can enjoy your meal at Matsu Hashi in a relaxed quiet environment that can fit up to 60 people, surrounded by Japanese decorations and a sushi bar where you can sit and eat at.
Tataki is a traditional and authentic Japanese cuisine restaurant founded in May 2009. Since the launch we have received a huge amount of positive feedbacks and compliments from our customers. Our philosophy we faithfully carry out is, providing customers with delicious, healthy and authentic Japanese dishes and impeccable service with passion...Head chef Andy Nakayama has 16 years working experience of Japanese cuisine in Tokyo, along with another few years experience as a Japanese chef in Australia. He has his own original perception ranged from the selection of ingredients and seasonings to the most reasonable combination of nutritions, by preparing the food to Australian customers' liking while keeping the unique Japanese flavours. All the sauces used in our Entree and main dishes are personally home made by our head chef without any artificial flavours, in order to ensure the unique flavour that you won't be able to experience anywhere other than Tataki.Tataki, a fine Japanese restaurant you can trust. We are looking forward to your visit.
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