Amazing food and service, I'm a frequent visitor and yet to find better Japanese in Melbourne. Highly recommend the tonkatsu bento box, I enjoyed mine takeaway at the park today.
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Seven of us had dinner on a week night One of the Party who had been previously did the ordering. Absolutely every dish was sensational. We all arrived at 6.00pm opening time. Within 20minutes the Restaurant was full This is a must go for lovers...More
Came here for lunch. Every dish was outstanding. Had the fatty tuna sashimi, spicy tuna/mayo sushi, wagyu in sesame seed dressing and the teriyaki chicken. WOW! It's definitely worth a visit or two when you're in Melbourne. Thanks to the staff for great service and...More
Popped into this little joint for a spot of lunch with some work colleagues! It is not the cheapest of places but it is absolute quality! The chairs are comfortable, the menu provides for everyone including Gluten Free. They forgot our drinks 🍹 but thats...More
This fine Japanese restaurant has been around for a long time, doing mainly lunch business; given its King St location The sushi is outstanding. Tried also the wagyu beef & codfish which I found of a good standard Service is quietly efficient, and the interiors...More
Really enjoyed the meal along with the service which is outstanding. The place is busy at lunch time during the week which is always a good sign. Prices are too expensive though.
We each had a "Chef's special" sushi--one with 12 pieces and one with 7 pieces. They were excellent! The fish was as fresh as we can ever recall having at a sushi restaurant and the service was excellent. We watched others around us have an...More
I always had assumed that I'd eaten "good" Japanese food - that is, until I went to Hanabishi. This restaurant takes quality to a new high. Never have I had such excellent, fresh sushi. The presentation was exquisite and the things that went on in...More
It's an unpretentious Japanese restaurant not too far from Southern Cross Station, and run, I think, by Japanese people, judging from the language they spoke to each other. The food would not be out of place in Kyoto, really excellent, subtle but defined tastes all...More