The establishment was hard-to-miss, though it lacked signage. The interior was airy, with large warehouse windows, cemented ceilings and basic wooden chairs and tables (we sat on the only round table). We were firstly served complimentary bread and organic extra virgin olive oil. The bread was excellent. For main's, I ordered the Maccheroni which was served in fresh tomatoes and basil. The crispy eggplant was awesome and wasn't one bit too oily.
Hanabi at Lidcombe is the sister restaurant to its city (cnr Pitt St & Liverpool St) establishment. While the condiments are quite enjoyable, I found that the hot pot was a great disappointment. Strangely it featured a mixture of ordinary sausages and fresh vegetables with instant ramen.
Tomodachi to me, means a quick Japanese/Korean lunch or dinner after work. It is often our adventure on a Friday lunch (we all crave the tempura and love the satisfying serving sizes). Situated in the Broadway Shopping Centre means plentiful parking, and quick food. I love it -what's better than a bare 5 - 10 minute waiting time?