Below is a list of the top and leading Japanese Restaurants in Hobart. To help you find the best Japanese Restaurants located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Hobart’s Best Japanese Restaurants:
The top rated Japanese Restaurants in Hobart are:
- Kosaten Japanese Restaurant
- Komatsu Japanese Cuisine
- Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant
Kosaten Japanese Restaurant
Kosaten Japanese Restaurant offers all the delicious Japanese food and drinks at your fingertips. Literally, order to your heart’s content on their iPads and watch your food arrive on your own mini bullet train. Alone? No problem. They have spots for those flying solo. Got friends? Perfect. They have plenty of cosy booths there. Super popular? Go! They have a function room for groups of 12 peoples upwards. You can do walk in or make a booking to avoid disappointment.
Nigiri: Salmon, Aburi Squid, Aka Ebi, King Fish, Tuna, Pork Belly, Egg Plant, NiAnago, Aburi Salmon, Aburi Prawn, Aburi Scallop, Aburi Crab Stick, Wagyu Three Way, Ebi Fried, Rolls, Side Dishes, Vegetarian, Alcohol, Beverage, Dessert
“Really cool and fun restaurant. Quite different thanks to their ‘mini bullet train’ that helps delivering the food and drinks. All the foods were amazing and not expensive at all in average. Really nice staff. It’s a ‘must’.” – Carlos Calle
Komatsu Japanese Cuisine
Komatsu Japanese Cuisine presents a wide variety of dishes from small appetizers to Bento, Sushi and Sukiyaki along with beverages; wine, Japanese beer, wide selection of Sake which carefully chosen by Sake Specialist.
Komatsu gets pride in serving the freshest sashimi and sushi, crisp and light-battered tempura;don’t miss out our tasty Ramen and yummy Sukiyaki!
Entree Menu, Curry, Donburi, Main Dish, Bento Box, Ramen and Udon, Sushi Roll, Nigiri Sushi, Chef’s Special, Rice, Soup & Salad, Sashimi, Sushi Set, Party Platters, Sauce, Drinks
“A little busy restaurant, and the food is brilliant. The waitress has a very sweet smile and she is really helpful. We will definitely be there again. Maybe need more staffs as the waiting time was a little long. But overall it is worth to try.” – Hellen Harrod
“Top quality food every single time, any time of the day. If you are looking for a home-y Japanese sit-down (or take-away) meal, this is for you. New waitress (Sarah?) was very sweet and attentive, tried her very best to provide great service (and did). Whether bringing a date or your family, Komatsu will cater with their hearts on the plate.” – Olivia Strong
Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant
Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant was established at the Elizabeth Street in North Hobart location in 2017. It is a traditional Japanese Izakaya style restaurant, serve both traditional Japanese Izakaya style food and some food twisted with other cuisine and represents a unique mixed dining experience. With the biggest sake selection in whole Australia, Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant also stores a big amount of Japanese Beer which imported from Japan. Osaka Izakaya chef refreshes cooking skills in Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto etc every year, to bring you a real feeling and truly taste away from Japan, to satisfy your experience.
Edamame, Spicy Edamame, Wakame, Assorted Pickles, Lotus Root Chips, Beef Tataki, Homemade Miso Soup, Buta no Kakuni, Miso Eggplant, Panko Prawn, Agedashi Tofu, Seared Scallop with Wakame, Takoyaki, Sauteed Mushrooms, Field Mushrooms, Yaki Gyoza, Saba no Misoni, Soft Shell Crab, other more
“A great night with superb food. The staff were wonderfull and made our night so much more. Will definitely be heading back for some of our new favourites, especially the homemade Ramen and their Sukiyaki, traditional Japanese hot pot.” – gray stride
“My last day in Australia, and I am happy to have the real Japanese food in Hobart. Homemade ramen broth is thicker then my home town Fukui in Japan, maybe Australian people’s taste, but better than other Japanese restaurants in Hobart. Squid is from Hokkaido in Japan is good, I like it. Enjoy the sake tasting as well. Many thanks to Efay and chefs, please keep up your jo” – Miyanobu Nomizu