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At Taketori, modern Japanese specialities and fusion dishes with a strong emphasis on fish are served up in a traditionally decorated dining room, providing a little piece of Japanese charm right in the centre of Melbourne. At this Japanese fusion restaurant situated on King Street in the City Centre, lovers of sushi can get their fix with an impressive selection of sushi, sashimi and plenty of other tasty seafood treats on offer.
Very tasty Japanese food, however a little pricy for what you get in some meals. My partner ordered the Waygu Steak which was $48 and probably got a third of what we were expecting. However i got a Miso Eggplant entree and it was half an eggplant so just be prepared that the mains aren't as big as expected. Great service, can only split the bill if you pay by cash which is annoying.
Delicious fresh food in a relaxing atmosphere, with friendly service from staff and reasonably priced. I definitely recommend Taketori and would happily go there again.
great experience, will go next time; food is fabulous, the waitress are no nice , we like the setting. And it is also very easy to book
Timber flooring and traditional decor give this Japanese fusion restaurant on King Street in
Melbourne’s City Centre an exotic feel, while on the menu you will find a range of modern
Japanese recipes alongside an abundance of different sushi and sashimi options. Speciality
dishes include volcano maki (sushi with king prawns, crab sticks seasoned with sesame seeds
and spring onion and topped off with some crispy tempura batter) and chicken yakitori (a new
take on the classic dish with chicken and capsicums served on skewers in a thick teriyaki
The expansive sushi menu at Taketori is crammed full with all of your old favourites and comes with a range of interesting options, from classics like salmon and prawn to more adventurous choices such as eel, octopus, red snapper and scallop. With so much on the menu, picking what you want could be quite a task. Luckily there is a great value banquet option, allowing you to sample the best that the restaurant has to offer. For a great Japanese experience in Melbourne’s City Centre, book a table at Taketori!