About Niku Ou
About the restaurant
Niku Ou in the Melbourne CBD is relatively new to the dining scene in this bustling city, but it’s already making some serious waves. Specialising in Japanese cuisine, namely grilled meats, this stylish, chic and unique restaurant has Melbourne city folks seriously excited. Open for lunch and dinner, Niku Ou is perfect for any occasion, whether you’re in the mood to sink your teeth into some high-grade Wagyu, fresh sushi, sashimi, tempura or noodle soup. It’s all high-quality and it’s all delicious. Ideal for business lunches, romantic meals for two or special celebrations with all the family, we’re quite sure you’ll be blown away by the space and menu at this hotspot. Located on Bourke Street, right in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, reservations at Niku Ou are essential to avoid disappointment.
While Niku Ou Melbourne may be relatively new, the team behind it have a wealth of experience and expertise. The sister restaurant to Wagyu Ya, you’ll find the same high-quality dining experience, friendly service and delicious food. Japanese cuisine is centred around quality ingredients, and at Niku Ou you’ll find Wagyu with grades ranging from six to ten, the freshest seafood available and marinades and sauces all made in-house. If all this has your taste buds tingling, then believe us when we say that a trip to this Melbourne CBD restaurant is most definitely in order.
We recommend starting your culinary experience at Niku Ou Melbourne with starters such as the wasabi octopus; agedashi tofu; house-made gyozas filled with grade-nine Wagyu and the Hokkaido scallop carpaccio. Then, sushi lovers will want to try the special Niku sushi that involves selections like foie gras sushi and Wagyu nigiri. For larger Japanese options, select from any of the Wagyu meat platters; noodle soups; uni sashimi; kurobuta pork belly kushiyaki or the black cod with saikyo miso. With so much more on offer, you’re best bet is to discover Niku Ou on Bourke Street in the Melbourne CBD for yourself – you won’t be disappointed.