Myoko Sushi Bar
Myoko Sushi on Bondi’s Gould Street is everything a Japanese restaurant should be. It’s cosy, the service is exceptional, and the extensive menu follows suit. The restaurant has a sleek fit-out, which reflects the modern menu. Sure you can order a range of your favourite Japanese dishes like sushi, tempura or gyozas but we suggest ordering from their ‘Exciting Menu’ to sample some of their more innovative, signature dishes. Don’t go home without trying their most inventive dish - the ...
The guys at Ryo's Noodles have earned themselves quite the reputation in Crows Nest for their incredible ramen. Lucky for Bondi Junction locals, they have brought the same great flavours to the East. Even though ramen is their thing, you can still find other Japanese staples on their menu.
This corner cafe is a local institution that has been feeding the masses in Bondi for years. It’s a cool little hangout for fresh Japanese cuisine and the drink offering is extensive. Think wine, cocktails and sake. What more would you want from your local Japanese eatery?
Bondi Beach’s trendy sake bar, Mamasan is where Moulin Rouge meets 1920s Shanghai. There are two places to dine, the opium den or the bar. The food is pan-Asian tapas and it’s amazing, and if you’re not a fan of sake that’s ok because their drink offering is diverse.
Blanca Bar & Dining
Meaning blank canvas, Blanca is a welcome addition to Bondi Beach’s dining scene. Mixing Mediterranean flavours with Japanese style cooking – an interesting mix, but it works. The restaurant is spread over two levels, a vibrant atmosphere downstairs and a cosy one upstairs.