10 Restaurants in Gold Coast: Japanese

Tuck into seafood in Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast

Japan is an island nation, so it's no surprise that fish features heavily in its cuisine. And chefs at the Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast not only have all these gorgeous seafood recipes to work with, they also have access to freshly sourced fish straight from the Pacific Ocean. At Saiko Teppanyaki in Robina town centre, you can try a wide range of fish dishes including scallop sakura of scallops scallop served with housemade honey-mustard dressing, lemon and shallots, teriyaki salmon salad with mixed greens and Japanese spices, and salmon carpaccio with garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil, coriander and fresh chilli.

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Harajuku Gyoza - Broadbeach

Broadbeach
Japanese$$$$
5.3/664
Harajuku Gyoza - Broadbeach

Matsuzaka Teppanyaki

Labrador
Japanese$$$$
5.7/6103
Matsuzaka Teppanyaki

OSushi - Broadbeach

Broadbeach
Sushi$$$$
5.2/620
OSushi - Broadbeach
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Sushi Point

Palm Beach
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Sushi On James

Burleigh Heads
Japanese$$$$
Sushi On James

Uchouten Japanese Restaurant 有頂天

Surfers Paradise
Japanese
5.5/62
Uchouten Japanese Restaurant 有頂天

Izakaya Sumi

Southport
Japanese$$$$
Izakaya Sumi

Kamikaze - Chermside

Chermside
Japanese$$$$
4.8/688
Kamikaze - Chermside

Shinbashi Yakiniku - Brisbane

Underwood
Japanese$$$$
4.7/630
Shinbashi Yakiniku - Brisbane

Harajuku Gyoza - Fortitude Valley

Fortitude Valley
Japanese$$$$
5.5/646
Harajuku Gyoza - Fortitude Valley
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    Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast are a meat lover's haven

    While seafood is often the star of the show at Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast, there are lots of meat dishes to be tried as well. At Matsuzaka Teppanyaki on Marine Parade in Labrador, you can find a range of appealing options including the wagyu steak served with rice and vegetables, while at Saiko Teppanyaki, keep an eye out for chicken yakuza of spicy chicken served with salad, broccoli, lemon and cherry tomatoes, as well as the Saiko pork belly bao with cabbage, cucumber, specialty housemade sauce and lashings of lime – talk about delicious!
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    Have breakfast at Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast

    Japanese cuisine might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you decide you're going to head out for a nice breakfast, but there's plenty of morning treats on offer at Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast. For an Asian breakfast extravaganza, head down to Harajuku Gyoza on Broadbeach in the Oasis Shopping Centre for ochazuke, hot smoked salmon with rice crackers, spring onions, steamed rice, a dash of wasabi and tobiko or the Osaka-style breakfast okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake topped with bacon, cabbage, katsuobushi (fermented tuna) and mayonnaise. Those who prefer a sweet and indulgent breakfast should keep an eye out for the Japanese souffle pancakes served with either blueberries and yoghurt or Nutella and banana.
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    It’s sushi time at Japanese restaurants on the Gold Coast

    No Japanese menu would be complete without a selection of sushi, and if you're looking for your fix at a Japanese restaurant on the Gold Coast, you're in luck. OSushi on Marine Parade in Coolangatta is full of tasty sushi choices, including the rainbow roll (tuna, salmon, kingfish and prawns) as well as the spicy salmon roll with roe, avocado and cucumber and the ever-delicious California roll filled with soft shell crab, avocado, cucumber and prawns. No matter what roll you like, you'll find something you'll love here.