About Busshari Authentic Japanese Restaurant

It’s worth reproducing Busshari Authentic Japanese Restaurant’s name in full, because this Potts Point eatery down Macleay Street is indeed the real deal when it comes to Japanese cuisine. With a menu curated by executive chef Nobuyuki Ito that cleaves close to the essence of the culinary arts of Japan, matched by an extensive list of rare sakes and a dark, minimal interior that perfectly sets of the fresh and beautifully presented fare brought to table, Busshari is preeminent among Sydney’s far eastern restaurants.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 12:00 pm
Friday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 10:15 pm
Saturday
6:00 pm - 10:15 pm
Sunday
Closed
Monday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tuesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Wednesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Thursday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Address

Busshari Authentic Japanese Restaurant
119 MacLeay Street, Potts Point
Sydney 2011

Menu Highlights

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Specials

Saikyoyaki -Miso marinated Tooth fish

A$20.00

Grilled Eggplant topped with miso

A$18.00

Wagyu Beef Sizzling Tobanyaki

A$38.00

More about Busshari Authentic Japanese Restaurant, Potts Point

First time diners at Potts Point’s Busshari are struck by the sultry elegance of the restaurant’s interior. Busshari’s premises down Macleay Street are characterised by a darker tone than many run-of-the-mill Japanese eateries. The restaurant is filled with tall tables fashioned from Tasmanian oak, ebony-coloured tiling, charcoal-pebbled walls, smoky mirrors and a slender sushi counter where some of the finest sushi and sashimi in Sydney is prepared under the watchful eye of executive chef Ito. Indeed, the chef’s selection sashimi plate, always prepared according to the daily catch (freshness is of course a prerequisite in Busshari’s kitchen) is reason enough to pay this Japanese restaurant a visit.

Of course, Busshari’s remit extends far beyond superlative sushi and sashimi; the menu’s relatively short length demonstrates Ito and his team’s considered approach to Japanese cuisine, emphasising restraint in the pursuit of creative dishes with unique flavours. Wagyu beef tobanyaki, pork belly kakuni, and saikyoyaki miso marinated grilled toothfish are just some of the dishes that this Macleay Street kitchen specialise in. Yet another coup for Busshari’s Potts Point restaurant is its excellent list of sake, surely among the best in Sydney. Carefully annotated, choose from a range of superior Japanese rice wines, listed alongside their nihonshu-do or sake meter value (SMV), indicating the relative sweetness or dryness of each bottle – and don’t hesitate to ask Busshari’s wait staff for advice for the perfect food match.

72 Busshari Authentic Japanese Restaurant Reviews

Excellent
5.3/6
72 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Atmosphere:Excellent
Value for money:Good value
Service:Excellent
Noise levels:Pleasant
Food:Outstanding
"Excellent"6/6
Nicholas N.2 months ago · 1 review

Amazing service and food. The wagyu steak was brilliant and the sushi was to die for. Mixed with a nice Fiji apple cider went very well.

"Excellent"6/6
John W.6 months ago · 1 review

Fantastic place! Great food, excellent service, lovely atmosphere and friendly waiters/waitresses. Enjoyed the fusion dishes and tastes, and some unique sashimi that other Japanese restaurants don't serve. A throughly enjoyable and memorable experience.

"Excellent"6/6
Karl M.6 months ago · 2 reviews

The staff have excellent gluten literacy. Coeliacs can relax. The food is excellent - gorgeous sashimi and excellent nagyri. Also partial to their tempura prawns.