The best dining approach at Shira Nui is to secure a stool at the sushi counter and let owner/chef Hiro Nishikura impress you with the freshest ingredients Omakase Sushi style. The joy of an Omakase experience is to simply “leave it up to the chef” and just worry about how many of those sublime morsels your belly can accommodate. To enjoy the meal simply sit back and let Chef Hiro and his assistant take turns serving you a minimum of 9 courses comprising of sushi pairs. Read More
Buried deep within the confines of China Town in the CBD, Shoya is a restaurant recommended by many for its modern spin on traditional Japanese Omakase cuisine. Would Japanese master-chef Shigeo Nonaka live up to his reputation for unique and exquisite flavours? Read More
A new kid has come to play on a big block! Komeyui opened its brand spanking new doors in June this year in Port Melbourne, one of Melbourne’s most affluent bayside suburbs. Head chef/owner Motomu Kumano, affectionately known as “Kuma” has been following his culinary dreams since the tender age of 16. Read More
Looking for a decent, traditional and (most importantly) light dinner after a heavy family lunch can be a tough endeavour.
Does the recently opened Japanese sushi train restaurant Edomae, in box hill satisfy the crucial requirements of being light, affordable and delicious? Read on to find out!