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Japanese Restaurants in Melbourne

Discover great Japanese Restaurants deals near you

 


There are some top-class Japanese restaurants in Melbourne – be transported to the streets of Osaka or the luxurious restaurants of central Tokyo with every bite. Grab a lunch-on-the-go of lobster rolls and sushi, or book a formal sit-down dinner featuring exciting and creative dishes with the tempting Japanese restaurant deals available near you. Satisfy your Japanese cuisine cravings with these tasty offers.

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$99 for 10-Dish Samurai Teppanyaki Feast for Two People at Aya Teppanyaki (Up to $198 Value)
Aya Teppanyaki
1193 High Street, Armadale 7.4 km
4.3
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125 Ratings
$198.00 $99.00
50% discount_off
10-dish Samurai teppanyaki feast for two people
8-Course Japanese Feast: ($59) for Two or ($118) for Four People at Akaba
Akaba Japanese Restaurant
Shop 8, 293-297 Bay Street, Brighton 10.7 km
4.3
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81 Ratings
from$59.00
Two people: eight-course Japanese feast
Nine-Dish Japanese Feast with Sake for Two ($39) or Four People ($77) at Mibaya (Up to $241.40 Value)
Mibaya
978 High Street, Armadale 6.9 km
3.4
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20 Ratings
$120.70 from$39.00
67% discount_off
Two people: nine-dish Japanese set menu with sake
Choice of Donburi, Edamame and Drink for One ($14.50), Two ($29) or Four People ($58) at Bento Bento (Up to $124 Value)
Bento Bento
76 Kingsway, Glen Waverley 19.2 km
4.2
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147 Ratings
$31.00 from$14.50
53% discount_off
One person: choice of donburi, edamame and a drink
Teppanyaki Set Meal + Drinks for 2 ($89), 4 ($178) or 6 People ($267) at Ichiban Japanese Restaurant (Up to $534 Value)
Ichiban Japanese Restaurant
15 Andersons Creek Rd, Doncaster East 19.6 km
4.4
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174 Ratings
$178.00 from$89.00
50% discount_off
Two people: Tokyo teppanyaki set meal with a choice of drinks
$23 for 48-Piece Assorted Maki Sushi Platter at Tokyo Sushi Kitchen, Ballarat (Up to $33 Value)
Tokyo Sushi Kitchen
Central Plaza Ballarat Shop 19/18 Armstrong Street, Ballarat
4.3
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16 Ratings
$33.00 $23.00
30% discount_off
48-piece assorted maki sushi platter to go
Nine-Dish Japanese Feast with Sake for Two ($49) or Four People ($97) at Mibaya (Up to $180 Value)
Mibaya
978 High Street, Armadale 6.9 km
3.4
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20 Ratings
$90.00 from$49.00
45% discount_off
Two people: nine-dish Japanese set menu with sake
Sushi Platter - 40 Pieces ($25.90) or 64 Pieces ($35.90) from Su Su Sushi (Up to $75 Value)
Su Su Sushi
18 Manuka Dr, Ferntree Gully 27.2 km
3.5
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15 Ratings
$50.00 from$25.90
48% discount_off
40-piece sushi platter
Ramen Dinner with Drink for 1 (From $10.90), 2 (From $21.80) or 4 People (From $43.60) at Takumi (Up to $115.20 Value)
Takumi
32 Bourke St, Melbourne 0.8 km
3.3
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46 Ratings
$19.80 from$10.90
44% discount_off
One person: ramen dinner with soft drink
$28 for Japanese Hotpot Lunch with Soft Drinks for Two People at Takumi (Up to $48 Value)
Takumi
32 Bourke St, Melbourne 0.8 km
3.3
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46 Ratings
$48.00 $28.00
41% discount_off
Two people: Japanese hotpot lunch with soft drinks
9-Dish Japanese Banquet for 2 ($95) or 4 Ppl ($180) at Miss Kasumi Contemporary Japanese Cuisine (Up to $388 Value)
Miss Kasumi Contemporary Japanese Cuisine
341-343 High Street,, Kew 6.6 km
4.1
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108 Ratings
$194.00 from$95.00
51% discount_off
Two people: nine-dish Japanese banquet
7-Course Japanese Banquet for Two ($69) with Sake ($75) at Hibachi Japanese Grill (Up to $149.60 Value)
Hibachi Japanese Grill
230 King Street, Melbourne 0.7 km
3.9
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89 Ratings
$139.60 from$69.00
50% discount_off
Two people: seven-course Japanese deluxe banquet
Takeaway Bento Box Lunch with Miso Soup and Drink for One ($18) or Two People ($36) at Grand Lafayette
Grand Lafayette
9 Clifton Street, Prahran 5.0 km
3.6
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57 Ratings
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One person: takeaway bento box lunch plus a miso soup and soft drink
$13.90 for a Takeaway Dinner + Hot Drink & Sample Dessert from Gardenia Cafe, Pick-Up Only (Up to $23.50 Value)
Gardenia Cafe
2A Gardenia St, Blackburn 16.6 km
4.5
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371 Ratings
$23.50 $13.90
40% discount_off
Takeaway dinner with hot drink and sample dessert; pick-up only

Melbourne Japanese restaurant offers: things to know before you go

Think Japanese food and sushi probably springs to mind. But there's so much more to Japanese food than its signature cuisine. Discover what else the deals at Japanese restaurants in Melbourne have to offer here.

Where will I find Japanese restaurants in Melbourne?

If you're looking for Japanese restaurants, the good news is that you'll find lots in and around the city centre. Many of the best cheap eats in Melbourne are located in what's known as CBD, the Central Business District of Melbourne, including highly-rated restaurants such as Purple Peanuts, Don Don, Teppanyaki Inn, Tokyo-Ya, Shukjinko and Kisume. Some of these are seriously popular, so book ahead and reserve a place at your chosen spot.

For those looking for Japanese restaurants in the suburbs, Mr Ryu is located in the south-east of the city and has great deals on Japanese delicacies, washed down with a glass of sake. Miss Kasumi Contemporary Japanese Cuisine in Kew also has offers on a nine-dish benquet for up to four people.

What is the most common type of sushi?

Like Italian food and pasta, there are many different types of sushi. The most common types feature salmon, tuna, prawns, squid and teriyaki chicken. If you're relatively new to Japanese food and haven't really tried sushi before, it's a good idea to sample a selection of different types to see which you prefer. Shuji Sushi offers a sushi platter featuring a selection of different types, so you can sample whichever you fancy.

There are two types of sushi available – with rice and without. Nigiri is sushi with rice, while sashimi is without rice, typically with thin slices of raw fish.

What other types of Japanese food are there?

Japanese food covers a lot of different dishes – sushi, tempura, ramen, miso, noodles, gyoza and many more. The best and quickest way to discover more about Japanese cuisine is to try a tasting experience or book a table at a buffet restaurant, giving you access to a wide selection of dishes.

A tasting menu at Kobe Jones is a great introduction to Japanese food. A typical menu includes classics like crab salad and udon (noodles), together with luxury dishes like tempura scallops, snapper goujons in a lobster broth and tenderloin Amiyaka beef. At Hibachi Japanese Grill, tuck in to a seven-course banquet that features miso soup, pork gyoza, teriyaki salmon and steamed rice.

Is Japanese food healthy?

Japanese food is one of the healthiest diets in the world. Compared to many other cuisines it has very little fat, sugar and is relatively low in calories, as many dishes are based on fish, vegetables and rice. Portions are filling but usually on the smaller side, too. If you eat at a Japanese restaurant, you're likely to have your food served in small bowls rather than receive a plate piled high.

As well as being healthy, Japanese food is relatively inexpensive. In some of the best cheap Japanese restaurants in Melbourne you can get a filling bowl of ramen noodles or a selection of sushi for just a few dollars. Healthy, cheap and delicious – it's easy to see why Japanese food is so popular in Melbourne.