A popular spot on the York Street side of the Queen Victoria Building, Sushi & Grill @ York Street’s name goes a long way to explaining this restaurant’s mandate and place in the Sydney dining scene. A classic express Japanese eatery, Sushi & Grill’s dishes are designed to be shared, tailor-made for the central business district crowd but just as appealing when you want to take your time and celebrate with some fresh and flavoursome Asian food.
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Good food in the heart of the CBD. Good variety of food.
Always a great place for quick, easy and yummo food :)
Great food. Great value. Highly recommended Sydney CBD Japanese restaurant.
It’s no surprise that Sushi & Grill @ York Street heads its menu with a set lunch selection. Between 11:30am and 3pm, this Japanese restaurant in Sydney’s CBD is packed with suited and booted city troopers indulging in sushi, stir-fry, grilled dishes, tempura and katsu, and noodles, all for a great price. We love Sushi & Grill’s emphasis on sharing, with hot and cool dishes like Osaka-style okonomiyaki pancakes and Ricky’s signature salmon rose on offer. Naturally there’s an almost endless list of sushi and sashimi combos that’ll have you coming back to Sushi & Grill for further exploration.
Custom Japanese dining is clearly one of the attractions at this Japanese restaurant – you can even tailor a set menu if one of the ones on display isn’t to your liking. But while all this express, bespoke eating is well and good – perfectly suited to the Sydney central business district, Sushi & Grill @ York Street does a great line in omakase-style dining. Choose five or nine courses for a fixed price per person and let the chef create you a feast of Japanese delicacies according to his or her instincts and what’s fresh in the kitchen that particular day. The most lavish nine course deal might have you indulging in Japanese sake, miso, edamame, and agedashi tofu, grilled salmon rolls and Wagyu beef, teriyaki, tempura, and hand-made wagashi for dessert.