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“We are proudly COVID Safe: Izakaya style Japanese Sake & Kushi Bar specialising in skewers, robata grill, ramen and hotpot. Takeaway, drive-thru pick up & delivery services available! Order online or call us anytime on 9267 4668”
Sakuratei Japanese Restaurant is a restaurant located at 202 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia The quality of the service here is excellent. Sakuratei Japanese Restaurant has received 215 positive customer evaluations. Sakuratei Japanese Restaurant is open from 18:00 until 20:30 It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the www.sakuratei.com.au on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then Sakuratei Japanese Restaurant is the best choice for you.
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215 Google reviews
An ordinary Japanese restaurant in CBD. Average food, good service, don’t try ramen.Update 2022: menu has been changed. Price has been up. Quality is great.
It’s been over two years since I last visited and the dinner menu wasn’t as extensive as it was back then, perhaps due to a change in management.That said, the food was pretty tasty and of a high standard. Eating the food reminded me of Japan.I really like that it’s an authentic restaurant with Japanese staff, which can be hard to find in Sydney.The only negative was that wait staff were occasionally absent which made things awkward as I had to call out for someone to serve me.
(3.5 stars)Sakuratei is one of a pair of Japanese restaurants sitting at the rear of St. Martins Tower, in a tiny arcade that runs between Clarence and York Streets. While sister restaurant, Kabuki Shoroku, is a more expensive affair that offers up multi-course kaiseki (the Japanese equivalent to what we’d call fine dining), Sakuratei is aimed at salarymen (Japanese white-collar workers on salaries). It does a roaring trade in fast lunches for tower dwelling folk who, in less than an hour, need to race back to their desks.Speed comes at a cost – the simplified menu is a series of well-worn plastic cards grouping lunches into a series of fast-to-produce items with no variations or separate bills possible. What sets Sakuratei apart however is its outlook. The dark wood panelled dining room with cherry blossom panels faces onto a secret garden centred around a pond filled with giant koi. This surprising urban oasis of trees, greenery and writhing mass of golden, orange and white fishes is perched a level above Clarence Street on the roof of a Wilson parking station.There’s something quite tranquil and restorative about breaking your workday with a cup of Hot Japanese Tea ($2.50) and a leafy green outlook. If the weather is nice, you can dine on bar stools at two dedicated al fresco long tables, otherwise, the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling are good at bringing the outside in.While lots of Sakuratei’s fast lunch dishes are single bowl affairs – donburi (rice bowls), chirashi, curry rice, and ramen – there are also meal sets if you’re craving some variety. While Bento Boxes ($28/each) are comparatively pricy, Combo Meals ($17) meals give you two dishes of your choosing from a menu of six, served with steamed rice (white or brown) and a bowl of miso. Sticky barbeque eel and panko-crumbed chicken katsu were both generously proportioned and served with mixed greens slathered in a creamy roast sesame dressing.With the menu promising “a LOT of cha-shu”, the Cha-Shu Ramen ($12.90) with a Spicy Miso (+$0.50) soup base would likely make the ramen master from the 1985 Japanese film, Tampopo weep. It’s a crudely presented bowl of soup that’s splashed up the sides on its way to the table. You can just make out a boiled (rather than marinated ajitsuke tamago) egg, and some bamboo shoots. The promised cha-shu (barbequed pork) is nowhere to be seen, however after fishing around a bit, I find three unevenly cut, thickish slices that might have benefited from some blow-torch action to caramelise their gelatinous fat.The broth is simple, if slightly on the salty side, with very little richness or bone flavour. It’s not spicy so much as it is faintly lively in the mouth rather than just being flat, making my mouth-soothing Cold Japanese Tea ($3.90) rather redundant. The noodles are soft egg-based affairs, tangled up with seaweed and sweetcorn kernels.While perhaps dinner might show more elegance, for weekday lunches, Sakuratei is clearly designed to rip through as many hungry salarymen as it can.
A sweet little Japanese casual dining establishment hidden away from the street. Great value lunch menu topped with friendly Japanese staff. The green tea noodles are a refreshing summer dish. ごちそうさまでした
Hidden gem at heart of Sydney business district. Fast service without compromising quality. Good portion size and good pricing. Good selection to choose from. Drinks also available.
Stev T (Food_blogs)
A great Japanese restaurant in the CBD area. Many variety of Japanese dishes can be found here. I came here with friends and ordered ton katsu donburi. Tasted pretty good and decent in size. Might try their other dishes next time.
Fantastic chicken katsu, best in Sydney.Absolutely lovely staff. Beautiful wife & husband duo running the place.Lovely intimate atmosphere for couples and date nights.
Sakuratei Japanese Restaurant is located at 202 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
You can try to dialing this number +61 2 9267 4668 or find more information on their website http://www.sakuratei.com.au/
Latitude: -33.871211 - Longitude: 151.205743
Around $15. Very good value sushi.