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tajima 9+ wagyu striploin, served with assorted mushrooms

“Never use the microwave to warm sake!” Australia’s first and only sake educator told us with a smile and a waggly finger. She pointed to the roof, “Grandmother would be crying up there.” For Yukino...

The first time I took notice of Daniel San was at the recent Good Food Month Night Noodle Market - their stall lured us with the amazing smell of yakitori skewers being grilled over...

American born Japanese Chef Chase Kojima has launched the new Sokyo Ramen popup in The Star casino food court. Those with a knowledge of his talents and pedigree will understand that this is a...

Down a side street in Kings Cross, next to a closed down chicken shop, is not the place you'd expect to find a modern Asian-fusion restaurant. Nevertheless, despite its inconspicuous exterior Geisha Haus has...

Kagura is a new Izakaya style Japanese restaurant located on Foveaux Street in Surry Hills. Passing in front of the restaurant you will see the head of an Oni, a horned demon from Japanese...

According to Japanese legend, the lovers Orihime and Hikoboshi (captured in the stars Vega and Altair) are separated by the Milky Way – only to reunite once each year on “the evening of the...
Opened 20 May, 2015

Rice Workshop opened its doors to Sydney May 20th planting its first NSW flag in the Sydney Westfield CBD. Only 18 months after the first Rice Workshop opened on Little Bourke Street in Melbourne, the...

Following our first taste of Jupiters' newly renovated poolside experience, our next dinner was much more familiar. If you've read our previous posts on Sokyo's omakase degustation or the breakfast buffet at Sokyo, then...

A typical traditional breakfast in Japan consists of steamed rice or okayu (rice porridge), miso soup, natto (sticky and pungent fermented soybeans which you'll either love or hate) and tsukemono (pickles). Sometimes it'll also...

The City of Love. The Big Apple. The Eternal City. Fashion Capital of the World. The world’s most iconic cities are identifiable just as much by their nicknames as they are by their landscapes. And...