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Azuma Restaurant

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by Dora Bona (subscribe)
A freelance writer, and amateur photographer Dora also teaches creative writing classes. Check out her website at www.creativejuicy.com
Published March 4th 2011
Everyone at some stage should experience the rare and dignified haven of authentic Japanese culture and cuisine.

Azuma restaurant is the true art of Japanese dining, and anyone who has enjoyed a meal here would agree that it would be hard to beat.


The owner, Kimitaka Azuma has been a master of Japanese cuisine for 40 years. He opened the Azuma restaurant in Sydney in 1996 when at that time, Japanese food consisted of only sushi, tempura and teriyaki chicken. His restaurant served none of those things; instead the menu contained only authentic Japanese dishes that had not been seen in Sydney before. These days, Azuma is touted as one of the best Japanese restaurants
in the country.

People come from far and wide to try the omakase degustation menu. With eight courses for lunch and a stomach-stretching 10 courses for dinner, the feast includes seasonal tempura pieces, premium Wagyu sirloin steak and seared tuna. The a la carte menu features Azuma's famed deep-fried New Zealand flounder fillets and braised vegetables, quality Australian Wagyu beef. Truly somethng to write home about.

The a la carte menu offers the traditional and the uniquely curious. You do need to try the Kushiyaki, an Azuma specialty.



For lunch or dinner in grand surroundings, you'll discover a taste of the truly authentic at Azuma Japanese restaurant.

Call 02 9222 9960 to make a booking

Address:Level 1 2 Chifley Square,
Sydney CBD, NSW, 2000

Hours:Mon-Fri midday-2.30pm, Dinner: Mon-Fri 6pm - 10pm; Sat 6pm-10pm

Getting there:Enter the car park from Bent Street and park on Level P4. Bring the ticket with you to the restaurant and it will be validated for free parking




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Why? To experience delicious authentic Japanese food
When: Lunch and dinner
Where: Sydney CBD
Cost: Entrees $8-$27, Mains $24-$66, Dessert $10-$20
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