From the Land of the Rising Sun all the way to Aussie’s shores, Japanese restaurants in Northcote have carved out a lovely niche in our neighborhood. One of the best parts of the Japanese restaurants in Northcote is simple: it gives a wonderful sense of variety when you are picking out the perfect lunch or dinner place for you and your group. Instead of feeling boxed in to the same pub experience, Japanese izakaya and ramen houses provide a delicious, warm, wholesome option for your culinary taste.
Izakaya & Sushi
The most basic comparison we can make is that Japanese izakaya rooms are Japanese-style pubs. They serve drinks paired with incredible options like seared salmon cuts, prawn tempura shrimp rolls, and more. Presented like an elegant Japanese-themed dive bar, the izakaya is a huge hit with Aussies on game day. Even for big celebrations, Japanese restaurants in Northcote offer a refreshing respite from the traditional Aussie pub. Having sushi alongside a part is a wonderful joy in life, and we highly recommend the experience!
Even more, QIKI Cuisine is a huge fan of Japanese ramen restaurants in Northcote. These establishments are dining establishments sent from culinary heaven. Not only are they aesthetically beautiful in presentation, with a mix of traditional Japanese culture complemented by modern refinements, the food is absolutely incredible. Ramen broth is made from simmered animal bones mixed with ginger, kombu, dried shiitake mushrooms, and soy sauce. The local Japanese restaurants in Northcote also offer secret sauce mixed that we cannot reveal here – you have to discover them yourself.
Smooth shoyu tare mixed with the Dojo's secret broth. Topped with cha shu pork, ajitama egg, spring onion, nori seaweed & bamboo shoots. An absolute must for ramen-lovers. Your taste buds will appreciate you forever.
Iroha’s Beef Tataki
Signature beef tataki, seared eye fillet, rocket, thinly sliced red onion, soy and garlic reduction sauce, fried caper, pickled wasabi. The soy and garlic reduction sauce is packed with some of the best marinated flavor we could find. Hit up the Japanese restaurants in Northcote so you can get a taste.
Seared Soy Sauce Salmon Steak
A traditional meal, the seared soy sauce salmon steak is marinated in the soy sauce for at least 30 minutes prior to serving. The chefs from the Japanese restaurants in Northcote seared the edges of the salmon exquisitely, leaving the amazing flavored texture on the side. Served on a bed of sauce and asparagus, this meal is heart healthy too. Perfect for those on a diet who need a tasty dish in their life.
Until Australia repealed its counterproductive, unsavory immigration laws Post-Vietnam War, the Japanese influence across the Outback was virtually none. However, with the 80s came an explosion of Japanese culture, from manga to sushi to Shinto, all to our shores. Check out the links below to get a better sense of how Japanese-Aussies have become such a valued member of the Melbourne community. There’s even a Japanese club of Victoria you can read more about here!
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