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On Bourke Street in the heart of Melbourne, between Russell Street and Exhibition Street, you can find a Japanese establishment that apes the fabled izakaya bars that dot the streets of Tokyo. Izakaya Hachibeh specialises in sake and skewers, sashimi and sushi, everything you could want to soak up the drink that you’ll surely consume on your evening out in the city centre. Make sure you book a table though, as they can get busy.
Loved it, great food and staff. It’s nice to have a BYO go to in the city.
very interesting bento option that you can put together.. mix and match.. i love the ginger pork and the potato salad.
love this place always. the food portion are so great and love their unlimited supply of miso soup.
Dining out in Melbourne is never a chore, and the hungry public of the city are spoilt for choice with the huge range of international culinary options that are open to them morning, noon and night. From tandoor ovens and curry houses to Vietnamese noodle shops, the Carlton Italian red sauce joints of Lygon Street and the starched-collar locals in the city centre. In the heart of the city on Bourke Street lies Izakaya Hachibeh, a Japanese joint of some renown.
Close to Flinders Street station, on Bourke Street between Russell Street and Exhibition Street, Izakaya Hachibeh is a Japanese joint that takes in the best of the cuisine – sushi, sashimi, yakitori skewers and plenty of sake to wash it all down. Book your table now for a great Melbourne city centre night out.