Excellent Sushi at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restuarant Sydney CBD

Kabuki Shoroku Seafood Japanese Restaurant is one of my favourite Japanese restaurants in Sydney. They have an extensive menu with loads of traditional Japanese food though I come here for the excellent sushi.

Sushi at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant Sydney

Sushi at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant Sydney

Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant has a traditional Japanese sushi counter with 2 sushi chefs preparing your food right in front of you. There are long refrigerated cabinets with all the fresh seafood on display behind glass.

Sushi counter at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant

Sushi counter at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant

My last visit I went in specifically for the sushi and sat at the sushi counter. First up I ordered one of my favourite Japanese dishes – Agedashi tofu.

Agedashi Tofu at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant

Agedashi Tofu at Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Restaurant

Then came the excellent sushi with some hot sake. I had the Ume Sushi Assortment which comes with 7 nigiri sushi and 4 cut sushi rolls. All delicious and so tasty.

Sushi assortment at Kabuki Shoroku

Sushi assortment at Kabuki Shoroku

The sake I had was the Otoko Yama which translate to ‘Man Mountain’ which is a common dry sake which you will find in alot of Japanese restaurants in Sydney.

Japanese sake at Kabuki Shoroku Restaurant

Japanese sake at Kabuki Shoroku Restaurant

Another excellent meal at Kabuki Shoroku! This will not be my last, I will back here again soon!

Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Seafood Restaurant Sydney CBD

Kabuki Shoroku Japanese Seafood Restaurant Sydney CBD

Kabuki Shoroku Seafood Japanese Restaurant
202 Clarence Street
Sydney
Ph: 9267 4552

Website: http://www.kabukishoroku.com.au/

Opening hours:
Lunch Mon – Fri 12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner Mon – Sat 6pm – 9.30pm,
Closed on Sunday

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