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Kenji @ Sydney Opera House

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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at holidazeandhellidaze.blogspot.com.au or www.pandoraandmax.blogspot.com
Published August 18th 2013
Great food, even better views
kenji Opera House


 
Kenji Sydney Opera House
Now that the weather is getting warmer, there's nothing better than grabbing a bite to eat in the sunshine. One of the best spots to eat in Sydney now is the Concourse of the Opera House. Whether you're seeing a show or just popping down to make the most of the stunning harbour, grab one of the waterside tables with views of both the Harbour Bridge and back onto the Opera House.

Kenji is the perfect outlet - a sushi and sashimi restaurant, but also offers noodle soups and cooked options, for those that don't eat the traditional fare of Japan. Kenji Nishinakagawa is the head chef, and gained his fame at the restaurant in the ANA, Unkai, on the 36th floor. He's clearly been admiring the harbour for much of his lengthy career.

kenji Opera House tuna roll


I can't go past the fresh and tasty sushi roll, thick with tuna. Not cheap but delectable, and definitely worth it.

kenji Opera House tempura prawn


I also tried a tempura prawn, but only one as I knew the sushi would suffice. Lightly battered, it was delicious, and a great entrée.



So make the most of this early Spring weather and start taking advantage of living in this beautiful Harbour city. Don't leave the gorgeous views to the tourists.
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Why? Great Japanese food, great views
When: 12 noon til late.
Phone: Bookings at Kenji 9247 0480.
Where: Sydney Opera House Concourse
Cost: Varies - from $4.50
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