Melbourne Japanese Restaurant Guide
Ikkoryu mixes a stylish, relaxed interior with premium Kyushu Chikuho noodles and a unique menu. For example, soups include Yuzu Tonkotsu, Spicy Tobanjan Tonkotsu and Black Garlic Tonkotsu, with the Spicy Tobanjan Tonkotsu (which combines tonkotsu with hot Chinese tobanjan… Read More
Mr. Ramen San is a popular ramen house in MidCity Centre, Chinatown, featuring authentic Kyushu-style tonkotsu soup (as well as five other soups) and for summer, a unique chilled Salad Ramen, the only one of its kind in Melbourne.
One of Melbourne’s first traditional Japanese restaurants, Kenzan remains a customer favourite, thanks to its continuing commitment to quality. From tempura to teriyaki, shabu-shabu to sukiyaki, the food is consistently well-reviewed and served by professional, yet friendly, staff. The surrounds… Read More
Melbourne’s only hand-made soba noodle restaurant, Shimbashi uses freshly-milled Tasmanian buckwheat to form its signature ngredient. Now in its second year of operation, the expanded menu offers treats like Salmon Salad Soba and Pork Belly Salad. Lunch sets are around… Read More