Cane for dinner buffet,what impressed was the sashimi! The best of what I had. The cooked food ok the BBQ grill was standard and so was the takoyaki and Taki wasabi.
All the other cooked food liked chicken karaage and octopus were disappointing
Not sure if I will come back
Burwood’s skyline has changed considerably over the last few years, with the flat lines of houses and low-rises replaced with towering high-rise apartments. In the lower levels of one of these new buildings is Ginza Yakiniku. The restaurant is split into two different areas, with one being an open-air booth seating area, furnished with bare pine frames and plenty of lighting. The bar area has various Japanese art pieces and more bare pine but also has a low ceiling with exposed pipes giving Ginza Yakiniku an open and industrial feel to it.
We did bring a bottle of wine with us but it was shocking to hear that corkage at Ginza Yakiniku was $6pp! This was one example of a few questionableread more