Melbourne definitely has a fantastic, laid-back atmosphere with something for everyone – from family days out, to a very cool local and global art scene, and from incredible international restaurants to fascinating museums, zoos, botanic gardens and more. Not only is Melbourne the capital of the Australian state of Victoria, but it is also the second most populous city in all of Australia and Oceania, and with a population of 4.6 million, you get a lot of hungry people looking for great restaurants… So it should come as no surprise to discover that the restaurant culture in Melbourne is second to none. With such a melting pot of cultures, you get an amazingly diverse option of cuisines so whether it's Burmese, Creole, Danish, Somali, Persian or Japanese, the restaurants in Melbourne are sure to have something to suit all tastes. From South Kilda's, to Footscray and from South Yarra all the way over to Newport you'll find a whole host of Japanese restaurants in Melbourne, all serving new and exciting food.
Japanese food is certainly one of our favourite cuisines, because it encompasses so many different type of dishes. You could eat Japanese food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week without ever eating the same thing twice. But where to start when it comes to Japanese restaurants in Melbourne? Well, as always, it depends what you're in the mood for… Sushi and ramen may be some of the most well-known Japanese food types, but there's so much more to Japanese cuisine than just raw fish and soup. Fans of pancakes will love Okonomiyaki, a type of savory Japanese pancake piled high with toppings, that was traditionally prepared to use up leftovers hundred of years ago. Meat lovers will adore Yakiniku, Japanese-style BBQ that you cook at coal grills on your table. Or, if you prefer Japanese food with a fast food vibe, try Tonkatsu, a type of panko breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet served with shredded cabbage and a sweet sauce, that is extremely popular in Japan. And do you want to hear the good news? You can get all these delicacies and more at Melbourne's Japanese restaurants...
Feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to begin when it comes to eating at Japanese restaurants in Melbourne? Let Quandoo help you decide… For high-end, authentic sushi and an extraordinary dining experience check out Minamishima on Lord Street in Richmond. If you fancy cocktails and Japas (Japanese tapas) in a cool setting, pay Hihou on Flinders Lane a visit, accessible only by a secret doorbell. For the best gyoza you'll taste outside of Japan, head to Kumo Izakaya in East Brunswick. And for cheap and cheerful sushi that will fill you right up, you have to try Hinoki Japanese Pantry in Fitzroy. However, Melbourne's coastal location means you'll never be too far from excellent Japanese cuisine made with fresh, tasty vegetables, fish and more.
Finding a wonderful Japanese restaurant in Melbourne has never been easier... With Quandoo, all you have to do is filter your search by type, select the area of Melbourne you want to eat in, decide on your price range, and then we'll do the hard work by showing you the very best Japanese restaurants that Melbourne has to offer. Why don't you start arranging a special night out with some old friends, the whole family or your significant other? Melbourne's Japanese restaurants are simply spectacular, and the small plates on offer ensure a lovely evening, picking at tasty morsels, sampling multiple things from the menu while enjoying some sake and wine. So what are you waiting for? Reserve a table at one of Melbourne's Japanese restaurants with Quandoo, and prepare for an unforgettable experience!
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Have you been on a quest to find the best Japanese restaurants in Melbourne? It’s simple using Quandoo. Just filter your search to Japanese restaurants in Melbourne and voila, the choice is now yours. Book tables at over 53 Japanese restaurants in Melbourne, and when you get bored of those, try out one of the many other cuisines in Melbourne. Happy hunting!