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5 Best Omakase Restaurants in Sydney [2022]

March 18, 2022 by The Fun Empire Team

Omakase Sydney

Omakase Sydney
Omakase Sydney

If you're looking for an unforgettable dining experience, omakase is the way to go. omakase translates to "I'll leave it to you," and that's exactly what you get when you order this type of meal. At omakase restaurants, chefs prepare a tasting menu for their guests, featuring some of their most creative and delicious dishes. If you're looking for the best omakase restaurants in Sydney, look no further! We've got you covered with a list of the top 5 Omakese Sydney spots in town.

1) KUON

KUON - Omakase Sydney
KUON - Omakase Sydney (Credit: KUON)
Key ServiceExquisite food in a very relaxing environment
AddressShop 20/2-58 Little Hay St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Websitehttps://www.kuon.com.au/
PhoneNIL
EmailNIL
Operating HoursDINNER (2 Sessions)
Tuesday - Saturday
5:15pm & 8:00pm
LUNCH
Thursday - Saturday
12:00pm

The kitchen is run by Raita and his son Momo, who are your chefs, performers, and finest hosts at the night. They create delectable, creative dishes that you can see on the shop's display case. They also have extensive knowledge of drink, with a $110 omakase beverage on top of their regular $170 omakase. For his omakase, Chef chooses the most exquisite and distinguished ingredients available.

Key Differentiators:

  • Elegantly presented dishes
  • Traditional Japanese restaurant
  • Exquisite food in a very relaxing environment

Customer's Review:

A wonderful omakase experience. If you are a fan of uni, you’ll be in food heaven. The staff and chefs work meticulously like a well-oiled machine. All dishes are delicious and elegantly presented. It is a terrific choice for a special occasion or an indulgent treat for yourself.

Joanne Luu

2) Sokyo

Sokyo - Omakase Sydney
Sokyo - Omakase Sydney (Credit: Sokyo)
Key ServiceFollows Japanese heritage
AddressLevel G, The Darling, The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009
Websitehttps://www.star.com.au/sydney/eat-and-drink/signature-dining/sokyo
Phone1800 700 700
EmailNIL
Operating HoursBreakfast
Daily
7:00am - 10:00am
Lunch
Friday and Saturday
12:00pm - 3:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner
Monday to Friday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday & Sunday
5:00pm - 11:00pm

A seat at Sokyo's omakase counter, prepared by chef Takashi Sano, isn't easy to obtain. It is no wonder why this restaurant became a local favorite and won many awards. The popular 19 - 21-course dinner menu (approximately $185) waitlist is usually a few months long, but booking ahead of time is unquestionably worthwhile. Chase Kojima, an executive chef of Sokyo, said it all begins with working with the best people and using the finest fish for the Pyrmont eatery.

Key Differentiators:

  • Follows Japanese heritage whilst infusing it with a modern touch using the finest Australian produce
  • Tradition and innovation collide
  • Rule-breaking Japanese calligraphy

Customer's Review:

Great food - excellent service! Lovely ambience! $800 for four but includes a bottle of Champagne and a bottle of Premier Cru Chablis! I would go back tomorrow! Very nice girl served us but I can't remember her name.

David Bihari

3) Raita Noda Chef’s Kitchen

Raita Noda Chef’s Kitchen - Omakase Sydney
Raita Noda Chef’s Kitchen - Omakase Sydney (Credit: Raita Noda Chef’s Kitchen)
Key ServiceUnique open kitchen set up
AddressShop1, 222 Riley St. Surry Hills NSW 2010
Websitehttp://www.raitanoda.com.au/
Phone02 8093 9807
EmailNIL
Operating HoursDinner Only.
Monday to Saturday
from 7pm
(Close Sunday)

This celebrated Surry Hills omakase spot, which only has a long white bench between eight seats and chef Raita Noda's culinary magic, has quickly become a favorite among locals since debuting six years ago. The menu is designed to provide contemporary Japanese food sans the use of processed ingredients. The finest fish available at the markets is utilized in the cuisine.

Key Differentiators:

  • Re-creates traditional Japanese cuisines
  • Unique open kitchen set up
  • Inspiring culinary techniques

Customer's Review:

Amazing omakase experience, there's plenty of food and it varies in flavours and textures and is presented beautifully. The place is small, but quirky and nice and sat 8 when it just opened post covid. Service was efficient and friendly by the younger chef.

Denise (Dee)

4) Sushi Oe

Sushi Oe - Omakase Sydney
Sushi Oe - Omakase Sydney (Credit: Sushi Oe)
Key ServiceIntimate dining experience
Address476 Miller St, Cammeray NSW 2062, Australia
WebsiteFacebook
Phone61 451 970 984
Emailsushiooe@gmail.com
Operating HoursTues to Sat 6 PM to 10 PM

If you're seeking for the greatest dining experience imaginable, look no further than Sushi Oe. The tiny Cammeray restaurant, which is run by chef Toshihiko Oe, seats just six people. A 30-plus-course degustation (about $180) will include carefully prepared sushi.

Key Differentiators:

  • Intimate dining experience
  • Excellent food
  • Beautifully arranged and very carefully arranged foods

Customer's Review:

Amazing Omakase! So many dishes and food that was exceptional. Chef Oe took the time to explain each dish and was friendly and great to chat too throughout the night. Well worth the effort in trying to get a booking.

Peter

5) HARADA

HARADA - Omakase Sydney
HARADA - Omakase Sydney (Credit: HARADA)
Key ServiceWider range of wine choices
Address18a Wentworth Street, Glebe, New South Wales, Australia
Websitehttps://www.harada.net.au/
PhoneContact
EmailContact
Operating Hoursunch: Friday and saturday 11:30-2:00
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6:30pm-10:30Pm (no walk in

On the outskirts of Glebe, Yoshinobu Harada has created a tiny sliver of modern-style real Japanese cuisine. Harada's initial Izakaya was in Sydney, where he developed his capacity to flexibly adapt the menu after creating his first at 29. He's now perfected it with his creative omakase meal ($160), which is largely accompanied by Japanese whiskey, sake, and wine.

Key Differentiators:

  • Wider range of wine choices
  • Fused with French and Italian techniques
  • Delightful sushi

Customer's Review:

Had a great and memorable experience at Harada tonight. Every single piece of sushi was made with love and I can definitely say that each sushi was art. I cannot wait to come back. Thank you chef Yoshi for making may first Omakase experience a delightful one. I enjoyed every dish you served.

Karla Ysabel San Pedro

Omakase Sydney

Omakase Sydney is an omakase restaurant that caters to the modern omakase meal. The omakases are designed with a wide range of wine choices and fusions from French and Italian techniques, as well as delightful sushi. This may be your best omakase experience.

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