Broadbeach is host to over a hundred restaurants and cafes that three days’ worth of holiday is not enough to try them all.
But if this time around you’re craving for anything Japanese, you’ll be pleased to know that there are six of them all over Broadbeach. If you want to start munching your favourite sushi, sashimi, katsu, and ramen the moment you get to the suburb, see the list below to get yourself ready.
• Bento Sushi (Victoria Avenue)
Freshness plus affordability will make you come back to this food kiosk over and over again. Go eat your favourite Japanese food here without burning a hole in your pocket.
• Cherry Blossom Sushi & Tempura (Surf Parade)
Its motto is to provide delight to its customers with best possible service and incredible freshness and flavour. No wonder this restaurant is one of the oldest in Broadbeach. With all its ingredients all locally produced, enter this restaurant and know what its motto is all about.
• Kiyomi (Jupiters Casino)
Modern ambiance plus traditional Japanese offerings are what you’ll get in Kiyomi. With internationally acclaimed executive head chef Chase Kojima as the menu creator, get to experience Japan in every bite along with bottled beers, sake, and more.
• Murasaki Teppanyaki Broadbeach (Surf Parade)
If you want a taste of Japanese BBQ, head on to this restaurant because it is its specialty. Cooked in front of you by an expert chef, you’ll be an instant patron once you get to eat its juicy steaks and scrumptious seafood.
• Sushi Moto (Surf Parade)
Experience dining in Sushi Moto and you’ll understand why it’s now the largest and best sushi bar in Queensland. Its staff are hospitable and friendly, and its menu has a huge variety Japanese foods and beers.
• Ten Japanese Restaurant (Gold Coast Highway)
For the finest and most superior Japanese dining, this restaurant will give you the satisfaction you long for. Relish in exquisite modern Japanese dishes created by its master chefs who handle each dish with utmost value.
For your Broadbeach Gold Coast accommodation, check out Ocean Royale Holiday Apartments.
To know more about our Broadbeach holiday resort, visit http://oceanroyale.etourism.net.au/.
Image Source : Murasaki Teppanyaki