Masuya Restaurant is located in a building, which has been designated as a cultural asset, on O’Connell Street in Sydney.
This is the same place as the office of Kanematsu Gosho, the pioneer of Australia – Japan trades, was situated in 1980.
Masuya Restaurant opened in 1993, then full renovation was implemented in 2006.
The approx. five-metre long sushi counter, designed by architect Robart Toland in ‘kabuki red’ with an idea of the stage of kabuki, has since fascinated not only local Australian customers but also various people with different backgrounds.
A showcase displays more than 20 different sushi ingredients everyday including locally produced fish, which is purchased on the day.
Other carefully selected ingredients are wagyu beef, black pigs and seasonal vegetables.
Specially designed tableware of Malcolm Greenwood and tables made of Tasmanian Oak are also creating the great atmosphere.
Along with a range of carefully selected boutique wines, enjoy your time in this amazing space of hospitality designed by Sommelier Yuichi Kanamaru.
Washoku Lovers Recommendation
Lunch: Mon – Fri 12:00 – 14:30 (Last Order)
Dinner: Mon – Sat 18:00 – 22:00 (Last Order)
Address: Basement level,12-14 O’Connell Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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