Sushi, sake and sumptuous Japanese cuisine is the order of the day at Sydney’s phenomenal Yumei Japanese restaurant. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, the restaurant is located right in the heart of the CBD, the perfect meeting point for diners from across the city to stop by and catch up over some of the most exquisite Far Eastern delights the city has to offer. Found at Capitol Square on Haymarket’s George Street, Yumei Japanese Restaurant is a must-visit no matter the dining occasion.
Another enjoyable experience with my friend. Sashimi was so fresh. Tampura was yummy. Will definitely bring the whole family and fiends here next time. Thank you for the outstanding services!
We had quick dinner here before we went to the show. Food is delicious. Staff are very friendly. I booked again for this Thursday. :)
Great Central location. Delicious food with plenty of vegetarian options. The service was prompt and polite. And it's also reasonably priced. I'll definitely be back.
A beautiful, modern dining space awaits you at Sydney’s Yumei Japanese Restaurant. Merging classic Japanese design with contemporary furnishings and a sleek decor, Yumei Japanese Restaurant provides a one-of-a-kind setting for sampling some of the best dishes the Japanese kitchen has to offer. And the location couldn’t get any better – situated on George Street in Haymarket just steps from Capitol Square light rail station and walking distance to some of the best sights in the CBD, Yumei is right in the heart of the action.
Yumei Japanese Restaurant in Sydney’s CBD offers diners an extensive menu of options beginning with a selection of salads and ending with some delightful Japanese desserts. We recommend starting off your meal with a sampling of Yumei’s tasty tapas like tender wagyu tataki, kingfish carpaccio or okonomiyaki, a Japanese savoury pancake topped with bonito and a homemade special sauce. As for the main courses, you can’t go wrong with the sizzling scallops with spicy garlic cream sauce, teriyaki eel steak or Yumei’s tasty chicken katsu. There’s much more where that came from, but we recommend seeing it for yourself – book ahead to make your Japanese food dreams become a reality at this Haymarket restaurant.