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10 Restaurants in Wollongong: Japanese

Wollongong's thriving Japanese restaurants

Wollongong might be a relatively small city, but it's got lots to offer when it comes to food and restaurants. With the local university home to Australia's Japanese Studies Association, it's no surprise that the city has a strong Japanese community. And for that reason, Wollongong's Japanese restaurants offer quality meals cooked using authentic techniques and recipes. But don't forget, Wollongong's Japanese restaurants are popular and can book up very quickly - so book ahead using Quandoo's premier online reservation service in order to avoid disappointment.

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Roppongi Japanese Restaurant

City Centre
Japanese$$$$
4.8/627
Roppongi Japanese Restaurant

Mammas And Papas

Randwick
Italian$$$$
5.8/611
Mammas And Papas

Sushi & Grill - York Street

Sydney CBD
Japanese$$$$
5.5/678
Sushi & Grill - York Street
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Harajuku Gyoza - Beer Stadium Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour
Japanese$$$$
5.4/616
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Dumplings and Beer

Potts Point
Asian$$$$
5.6/643
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So9

Waterloo
Vietnamese$$$$
5.2/6117
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HaNa Ju-Rin Japanese

Crows Nest
Japanese$$$$
5.2/6127
HaNa Ju-Rin Japanese

Harajuku Gyoza - Potts Point

Kings Cross
Japanese$$$$
4.9/679
Harajuku Gyoza - Potts Point

Restaurant Plage

Cremorne
Australian$$$$
5.6/646
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Hicksons Izakaya

Walsh Bay
Japanese$$$$
4.9/621
Hicksons Izakaya
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    Go on a culinary journey at Wollongong's Japanese restaurants

    What's your favourite Japanese delicacy? No matter what you enjoy, the chefs at Wollongong's Japaneserestaurants certainly know the best techniques and recipes. Perhaps you like juicy meat dishes, such as beef steak fumiyaki served with garlic and Teriyaki sauce. Or maybe your preference is seafood and you'd prefer to opt for something like steamed king prawns with wine and garlic, or - for a real indulgent treat - an extravagant seafood selection deep-fried in tempura batter.
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    Enjoy something new at Wollongong's Japanese restaurants

    As well as sampling the classics you know and love, you can also push the boat out a little and enjoy the more unusual side of this cuisine. Just one example of a lesser-known dish available at Wollongong's Japanese restaurants is the popular bean curd hot pot, served with vegetables, dry fish and grated ginger. Fish lovers can also make the most of Wollongong's location on Lake Illawarra and near the ocean by enjoying other seafood delicacies, such as local short-finned eel grilled in Teriyaki sauce.
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    Wollongong's Japanese restaurants are also great drinking spots

    While the delicacies on offer are tasty, it's not just the food menu that's waiting to be examined at Wollongong's Japanese restaurants. There are also plenty of beverages on offer too, including traditional drinks like Japanese wine made with fermented short-grain rice. For that reason, Wollongong's Japaneserestaurants make a great place to start your night out if you're visiting the bars around Market Street and Crown Street. So whether you're going out with mates or celebrating a work milestone with your colleagues, why not pair up a platter of sushi with a glass of sake and enjoy a Japanese feast right in the heart of the city?