Ayame Japanese Restaurant is cool, modern and delicious without ever trying too hard. Right in the heart of Malvern – one of our favourite Melbourne suburbs for food – Ayame Japanese Restaurant is uncluttered and knows exactly what it’s about. The main menu features all sorts of sushi and sashimi as well as tempura and Japanese-style mains like the Ayame fye fillet steak with miso mayo. There’s also a chef’s specials menu that features Japanese tapas and indulgent Ayame bowls. You’ll find Ayame Japanese Restaurant on Glenferrie Road where it’s certainly wise to head with an advance reservation – Malvern Japanese restaurants as good as Ayame tend to fill up fast.
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Great food. Terrible service. Such a shame because it makes it a difficult night
Absolutely loved it . Very unique dishes and staff were gorgeous and attentive
This used to be a neighbor hood favourite. But unfortunate no longer. The signature sushi platter is not as good as it used to be and the service is quite poor now. Such a shame
In typical Japanese fashion, Ayame Japanese Restaurant is simplistic in terms of decor but still beautiful to look at. The dining space features cool, grey tones, plenty of light, wooden features and comfortable seating. Perched on Glenferrie Road in Malvern, it’s a very pleasant place to sit and enjoy authentic Japanese fare. Speaking of which, whichever Ayame menu you order from is a guarantee of authenticity, not to mention quality, with every dish as beautifully presented as prepared. If you’re feeling like sushi or sashimi that’s properly fresh, Ayame Japanese Restaurant is the place to head.
If there’s a group of you dining at Ayame Japanese Restaurant you really can’t go wrong with the sets from the main menu, priced per person and available as three-course, four-course or five-course. They’re a great way to try a bit of everything and bound to leave you with a smile on your face. Set menus aside, the list of Ayame appetisers is impressive – try the Japanese oysters or the crab meat croquettes – followed perhaps with a main of black cod miso, tonkatsu pork or, of course, a selection of sushi and sashimi. The staff at Ayame Japanese Restaurant will be more than happy to help you decide on your selection so you don’t over-order. Ayame Malvern is one of our favourites and worth the trip from wherever you are in Melbourne.