Five To Try: Cracking New Sydney Japanese Diners, Bay Nine Omakase, Broadsheet

The city’s love affair with Japanese dining of all stripes continues. From luxe ramen by one of the country’s most influential Japanese chefs to sake bars with killer snacks, here’s five new spots to try.

Sydney ain’t short on an omakase (a dining style where the chef decides what you’ll eat) – and each offers its own special experience. At Bay Nine’s 10-seat omakase bar you’ll be sat among the dramatic sandstone bones of a 1799 warehouse, watching the chefs rotate through hot and cold courses that are based around the catch of the day. Over a couple of hours you’ll be served an array of nigiri and fresh-as sashimi, alongside other dishes that might include Wagyu, abalone, grilled salmon and tempura. Pair it with a delicate sake and you’re in for a treat.

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