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Enjoy fine sushi at Canberra's Japanese restaurants

Sushi is one of Japan's most popular culinary exports, and with good reason. These tasty morsels make an ideal snack or even a full meal, and a platter of them is also great for sharing if you're going out with friends to eat. At Canberra's Japanese restaurants, the range of fillings on offer is huge. Typical favourites like the California roll (made with crab meat, cucumber and avocado) are on offer, as well as more unusual specialty rolls available at places like Bon Kura. These include tempting delicacies such as the special fried roll (prawn tempura with rainbow flying fish caviar) and the grilled unagi cheese roll with eel, cheese, white sesame and more.

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Bon Kura Japanese Cuisine

Bon Kura Japanese Cuisine
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    Grab a lunchtime bento box at Canberra's Japanese restaurants

    If you're heading out for lunch at Canberra's Japanese restaurants, there's plenty to choose from. And if you fancy a mixture of delicacies rather than just one, why not try a bento box? Believed to have been around in Japan since at least the 13th century, this lunchtime treat is still popular today. With different compartments full of vegetables, meat or fish and rice or noodles, these packed boxes make ideal lunchtime options. Down at Bon Kura Japanese Cuisine on Woolley Street in Dickson, you can choose a bento box with a variety of different fillings including sweet soy sauce teriyaki chicken, oyakodon (egg and chicken) or even grilled unagi (freshwater eel).
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    Try delicious meat and fish at Japanese restaurants in Canberra

    There are some excellent meat and fish dishes to be enjoyed at Canberra's Japanese restaurants. White meat fans can sample iconic dishes like teriyaki chicken made with soy sauce and sweet notes of honey, while those looking for red meat can enjoy Wagyu fillet steaks at many of the area's eateries. Seafood fans can try a range of sashimi (sliced raw fish), while the unagi grilled eels served with steamed rice are also a delight.
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    Book ahead at Canberra's Japanese restaurants

    Canberra's Japanese restaurants can fill up quite quickly, so it makes sense to book in advance. Whether you're looking for somewhere to take colleagues after work or a place to round off a day of sightseeing at tourist locations like the Australian War Memorial or Old Parliament House, don't risk disappointment. And with Quandoo, it only takes seconds to book online. Just take a look through our well researched lists of Japanese restaurants in Canberra, read through diner reviews and menu highlights, then book online with the minimum of fuss and without needing to call ahead.