Below is a list of the top and leading Sushi Restaurants in Melbourne. To help you find the best sushi restaurants located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Sushi Restaurants:
The top-rated sushi restaurants offering a wide variety of delicious and freshly made sushi in town are:
- KOMEYUI Japanese Restaurant
- Izakaya Den
KOMEYUI Japanese Restaurant
KOMEYUI Japanese Restaurant The food philosophy at KOMEYUI is to use the freshest possible ingredients, matching with authentic Japanese cooking style that brings out their best qualities. Rice here is cooked in a “Hagama” – a traditional cast iron pot that maintains rice’s natural flavor, unlike any modern cooker.
Bento Box, Takeaway, Sushi & Sashimi, Signature Dinner, Side Dishes, Desserts.
“Very nice restaurant enjoyed the food very much. Don’t forget to try the Vanilla ice-cream. Maybe one of the best ice-creams I have tried.”- Chamika Thattil
Minamishima is a culinary experience led by the chef, the produce and the seasons. They offer two dining options: the counter seating style sushi bar for up to two guests; and the dining room for gatherings of three and above. In both, they serve omakase bound by a common thread—meticulousness, precision, technique and exquisite produce.
Omakase, Sushi Bar, Dining Room, Private Dining, Function for Events.
“Surely a wonderful place where you can eat really delicious sushi you were craving for a long time. Staff was all nice and attentive, service was excellent, food was beyond amazing. Great Job!”-Yura Sankai
Izakaya Den Hip basement venue for Japanese izakaya-style tapas and drinks, plus classic mains and group tables.
A La Carte, Char-Grill, Hot & Cold Soup, Vegetables, Desserts, Set Menu.
“This was a really nice dining experience. The small pieces of food were full of flavor and filling. We got the $65 set menu and they were able to cater to some dietary needs. I think that while the food is amazing, I am not sure the service and atmosphere meet the price point. But we left feeling full and happy.”- Lauren Jones
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