Corner of Edward and Margaret Streets, Brisbane 4000
AVERAGE USER RATING
Contact:+61 7 3221 1999
Open Hours: Noon-2p M-F, 6:30p-10p M-Sa
Centrally located, Kabuki offers authentic Japanese dining with a choice of modern a la carte or traditional Teppanyaki cooking. The care that has ... More
Centrally located, Kabuki offers authentic Japanese dining with a choice of modern a la carte or traditional Teppanyaki cooking. The care that has clearly gone into making this a fully authentic Japanese experience is evident in the restaurant's interior, with a simple but comfortable seating arrangement, well suited for group dining or a romantic escape. Teppanyaki cooking has the chef prepare the meal before your eyes. Prices range from AUD20 to AUD25 for this exciting alternative. A la carte meals, including the tempting Sashimi Moriawase, are excellent value in a restaurant at the top of its class.
Outstanding service and great fun; attentive staff who know what good customer-focussed service really means - chef was engaging and highly proficient, encouraging but not embarrassing diners to participate in this unique Japanese Teppanyaki experience - the food is tasty, tender and good value.
Wine list is tempting if a bit on the expensive side.
But be prepared to leave a mess behind in the best Oriental tradition - attempting to catch raw eggs and throwing bowls of fried rice around guarantees this as well as much frivolity. Even the urbiquitous Plasma TV screens only rarely distracted patrons from the epicurean tasks at hand.
This is not a venue for a long, romatic evening. Rather, it best suits groups wanting to kick-start their evening. You certainly end up replete, well satisfied and ready for the next event in high spirits!
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