Listen up if you’re looking for some of Melbourne’s finest Japanese cuisine with a firm and fresh focus on seafood, always and in any case the best way to test the mettle of any given Japanese restaurant. Moshi Moshi down Bay Street in Port Melbourne passes the test with flying colours. And indeed, colourful this venue and its menu are, with a vast range of sushi and sashimi options and combinations, satisfying main courses, beautifully presented bento boxes, and even Japanese-style tapas best bedded down with the premium sake, spirits, wine and beer also on offer. Don’t bother bellowing moshi moshi down the telephone – book your tables at Moshi Moshi online now!
Always deliver tasty fresh food beautifully presented with a great variety on the menu. Cosy atmosphere and quiet enough for good conversation. Every time am given excellent service. Thanks again Moshi Moshi & see you again soon.
Had high expectations given the glowing reviews however the quality of food simply did not match the high prices it charges. The curry was very salty with little sauce , tempura was salty. Ok - pork belly, agedashi tofu. Sashimi platter was ok for $68, not the freshest cuts I have had.
We had the buffet package. The food was really fresh and well cooked. The service is excellent. Recommend this place to people. You can have a walk along the beach after food.
Umeshu plum wine and sake are your best bets for a drinks choice if you want to make the most of your Japanese seafood restaurant experience at Port Melbourne’s Moshi Moshi. That said, you can also grab yourself an ice-cold Asahi, Sapporo or Kirin beer as well, or set your sights on the well-chosen list of domestic and international wines. Moshi Moshi’s Bay Street restaurant and bar is popular among Melbourne gourmets just as a place to head for a drink with friends, and to this end the proprietors have laid on a fantastic selection of Japanese tapas for casual get togethers. Scallops and tuna served with a housemade tataki sauce, tempura king prawns or soft shell crab with the housemade seven-spice mayo, or fresh or fried oysters from South Australia’s Coffin Bay are delicious and designed to share.
Got a yen for some sushi and sashimi? We recommend going for Moshi Moshi’s omakase option – trust the skilled chefs at work in this Melbourne Japanese seafood restaurant and, for a fixed price per person, get ready to be blown away by a fresh and artful selection of rolls, sashimi, and nigiri sushi. While maritime delights are the specialty at Moshi Moshi, carnivores will love the various Wagyu beef delicacies on offer. The Wagyu shabu shabu sukiyaki hot pot is brought steaming to table replete with strips of the famous marbled beef plus tofu, cabbage, mushrooms, and bok choy, while the braised pork belly kakuni comes with a simple but ample serve of steamed veggies. Stuck for a quick lunch? Let this Port Melbourne institution fix you up with a bento box covering a whole range of mains alongside crumbed kushihage skewers, soba salad, edamame, steamed rice and broccoli with tuna, mayo and pickles.