You can now get sushi doughnuts in Melbourne

Another day, another impractical frankenfood. It’s easy to be cynical about “made for Instagram” food, but indulging in the ridiculousness of it all is far too tempting. We’ve had sushi burritos, cruffins, ice cream burgers, pizza cones; now we have Sushi Doughnuts. It seems L.A restaurant Project Poke sparked this new culinary perversion, one which has spread like wildfire all the way the the most livable city in the world: Melbourne.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Sushi with a Twist – Woollahra (Sydney)

Sushi with a Twist may be a bit too on-the-nose to be a catchy name for Woollahra’s newest sushi train, but it certainly lets you know what to expect once you enter that brightly lit space of life-sized illuminated soy sauce bottles. Left-field and experimental rolls are the forte here, but the owners and Chef have been careful not to go overboard with their surprising combinations, maintaining that quality take precedence over the need to differentiate from the many sushi trains found across Sydney. The result is a good mixture of traditional and contemporary sushi plates which have been inspired by classic, yet odd, combinations like Prosciutto & Fig. ... Read More | Share it now!

Yayoi Garden – CBD (Sydney)

Popular CBD Japanese restaurant Yayoi Sydney is now Yayoi Garden, and while the interior has the same casual elegance, the menu has slightly changed, with set tasting menus introduced to reflect the spring-summer season, while the sake list is even more extensive than before. My previous visit was a pleasant experience, delivering a Japanese dining experience which would rather stick to authenticity than water themselves down for the sake of accessibility; I was expecting no less when I walked through those big doors off Bridge St, greeted by the same meticulous service all good Japanese restaurants deliver.... Read More | Share it now!

Geisha Haus – Potts Point (Sydney)

You’ll find Geisha Haus tucked away upstairs via a nondescript entrance on Roslyn St, right next to Gastro Park. Formerly known as Beach Haus, the hidden little, oddly shaped gem is now a hub of fresh and creative contemporary Japanese food, with a menu shaped by Rajendra Kumar Tamang, a man who already has an impressive CV including venues like Sokyo and a a 5-star Maldives resort.... Read More | Share it now!