There’s more to Japanese cuisine than the all-time popular sushi dishes, so if you are up for some exploration, then sample the Best Japanese in Brisbane. Whether you would like some sake to conquer your craving, or prefer to get miso, here are the top ten places to satiate your taste buds with some of the best Japanese dishes. The advantage of this culinary journey is that it gives you the freshest ingredients, perfectly blended into the Australian way of life to offer you the greatest experience.
Bird’s Nest is a laid-back location, and certainly the place to be if you would like great culinary delights and equally great conversation to top it up. This restaurant’s specialty is yakitori, a delectable meal that consists of skewed meat or vegetables depending on what you prefer. Make some time and head over o Bird’s Nest located in South Brisbane.
Bird’s Nest – Shop 5, 220 Melbourne Street South Brisbane, (07) 3844 4306
Sake awaits your visit at the picturesque Eagle Street Pier, a venue whose charming river views are like balm for the soul. The most popular dish is pork belly ered with radish, specific hen eggs and scallion. A visit to Sake is incomplete without the Very wine that gives this restaurant its name, Sake, a popular type of rice wine.
Sake – Level 1, 45 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland, (07) 3015 0557
Mizu has you covered for all your Japanese needs. In fact, this is the only restaurant that offers full breakfast the Japanese way (this is only available over the weekends). This restaurant is sure to activate you for the rest of the day, so say konichiwa to this superb Japanese restaurant.
Mizu – 2 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe, Newstead, 4005, Queensland, (07) 3254 0488
Motto Motto aptly captures the Japanese spirit with its tantalizing meals, all of which will have you asking for a second round. In fact, the meaning of this restaurant’s names puts it best: it is translated to mean ‘more more’. Make sure you order the potato salad roll served with freshly prepared green salad and topped off with mayonnaise.
Motto Motto – Shop 2011, Westfield Garden City, Cnr Logan & Kessels Rd Upper Mt Gravatt QLD 4122, (07) 3216 8866
Taro’s Ramen fixes you the most delicious Japanese meals in record time. The signature meal is, just as the name describes, some hot ramen to go with noodles in soup and mouth-watering pork bone. If you like a culinary adventure, make sure to try the cold noodles with steaming hot soup for a delectable dip.
Taro’s Ramen – 288 Edward St, Brisbane, QLD, 4000, (07) 3832 6358
Other top Japanese restaurants worth checking out in Brisbane include:
- Sono Japanese Restaurant, Tattersalls Building, Level 1, Corner Queen Street & Edward Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, QLD, (07) 3220 1888
- Nagomi Bento, Eagle Street Pier, 45 Eagle Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, QLD (07) 3229 6886
- Harajuku Gyoza, 141 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane (07) 3067 7862
- Teppanyaki Lovers, Myer Centre, Level A, 91 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane (07) 3210 6776
- Shabuhouse, Level 1, 70 Mary Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, QLD (07) 3211 5407