Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!
Suddenly, do you ever feel like eating meat in Sydney?
Actually, there are many Japanese-style yakiniku restaurants in Sydney, and many of them are of high quality.
In this article, I’m going to introduce you to five of the best yakiniku restaurants in Sydney!
Some of the restaurants offer all-you-can-eat menus, so if you like meat, this is a must-see!
I studied abroad in Sydney for one year from 2018. I’m currently writing a blog based on my experience.
By reading this article, you’ll get to know the best yakiniku restaurants in Sydney!
Five of the best yakiniku restaurants in Sydney!
1 Yakiniku Yokocho
Yakiniku Yokocho is a yakiniku restaurant located on the 9th floor of Regent Place near Town Hall Station.
The restaurant is run by a Japanese owner, and offers a wide variety of yakiniku with affordable prices.
The harami is especially delicious, so order it!
It’s a great place for lunch or dinner.
Suminoya is a yakiniku restaurant located in the business district of Martin Place and is run by a Japanese owner.
The restaurant offers carefully selected meat at affordable prices, and is also popular for lunch.
The meat is fresh and delicious, and I was impressed every time.
The touch screen ordering system is very efficient.
3 Musou Yakiniku
Musou Yakiniku is an upscale yakiniku restaurant on Pitt Street, run by a Japanese owner.
In my opinion, it is the best quality restaurant in Sydney.
If you eat the menu with more than one person, you may be able to eat a little cheaper.
You can pay by card, but there is a fee, so cash is recommended.
Gyusha is a yakiniku restaurant located near the University of Technology Sydney and is run by a Japanese owner.
The restaurant has a nice atmosphere, but the prices are a bit high.
It has a good amount of meat, so you will be satisfied.
Food may be served late when crowded.
5 Nikuzo Japanese BBQ
Nikuzo Japanese BBQ is located near Bondi Junction station and has a friendly staff.
It is a popular place to yakiniku buffet starting at $40 Australia.
The meat and sauces are delicious in spite of the buffet price, so I recommend it.
The restaurant is open on weekday evenings, so there is no waiting time.
- There are many Yakiniku restaurants in Sydney.
- There may be a fee for credit card payment.
- All restaurants are of high quality.
I’ve introduced you to five of the best yakiniku restaurants in Sydney!
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Thank you for reading to the end!