Fine Japanese dining for in Sydney for 30+ years (Yuki’s at the Quay, Sapporo Crows Nest) .
open for Restaurant Dining and Takeaway & Delivery Service.
Updated Trading Hours: Lunch: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11:30 am to 2.30 pm (last order)Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday 5.30 to 8.30 pm (last order) 2 sittings on Friday and Saturday
Pre Order Delivery and Take away are available.
Please contact us by calling 92522600 or 0411516748.
Yuki’s at the Quay
Traditional Japanese cuisine with sushi and sashimi being the primary focus, view of the harbour and the Opera House, modern interior design.
Only at Yuki’s 10 Course “Head to Tail” Lobster OmakaseThis is the ultimate in indulgence.
From one approximately 2kg live Tasmanian lobster,
our chef creates 10 Japanese delicacies
Chef Hiroshi Miura is a specialist in using the whole lobster from the brains to the shell he creates taste sensations you will not have experienced before
Available: from 11:30 am on Sunday or weekday early dinner by pre arrangement
Pre-order at least 3 days in advance
$500 to $550 per person (depending on actual weight),
minimum order for 2 persons.
Lobster sashimi available at market price on request.
Only available at Yuki’s.
“Amazing mix of classic and modern Japanese cuisine, and the whole thing’s got a backdrop of a million-dollar view of Sydney Harbour”
How to get to YUKIS??
The views of the iconic World Heritage listed Opera House and the city are a simply spectacular backdrop as you dine on fine Japanese cuisine. You can walk here from any part of the City or catch a leisurely ferry from other parts of Sydney. This is undoubtedly the best location for a Japanese Restaurant in Australia.
Check the timetable for to see the scheduled arrivals and departures of cruise ships at Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal.
Japanese with an iconic Australian scene.
High up on the fourth floor of the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Sydney’s Circular Quay is Yukis fine dining Japanese restaurant. If you’ve forgotten how beautiful Sydney Harbour is then Yukis is the perfect place to go and remind yourself – the view is simply spectacular! The food also turns heads. Head Chef Norihiro Nakatani has created a menu which utilises classic and modern Japanese cooking techniques and many dishes embrace the restaurants close proximity to the ocean. Dine on delicate sushi and sashimi for entree before diving into a tasty wagyu beef tataki or deep fried soft shell crab. For a sweet finish try the assorted dessert plate for a little taste of everything. You’ll want to savor every bite – partly because it tastes so good, and partly because you won’t want to leave that view.