Sasaki Sydney

As its name suggests, Sasaki is a Japanese restaurant. A fantastic one, looking at its popularity. Compact and cozy, the restaurant is ideal for intimate dinners and get-togethers with friends. The menu pays homage to owner/chef Yu Sasaki’s hometown of Shimane, with dishes inspired by the Japanese countryside. Even the architect responsible for the minimalist design hails from the area, making Sasaki an authentic and special dining experience.

Sasaki Sydney

  • 102/21 Alberta St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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