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Shiki Japanese Restaurant The Rocks
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Shiki Japanese Restaurant

35 Harrington St, The Rocks

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Jess Zhou


Had a wonderful experience at Shiki. Food is amazing and staff really go above and beyond. We went last year during winter and they gave us hand warmers. The staff are super thoughtful and I would highly recommend them.

Jonathan Yu


Where do I start? simply amazing and divine dining in experience from start to finish. Every dish is worth taking photo ls for and they also went out of their way to cater for me with special non sashimi dishes. Really appreciate it. It will take me sometime to put all the names to the photos I posted but I will get there. Great place to take your love one for this awesome amazing Omakase courses. Love love love..

Milton Kim


Outstanding service and very nice food but slightly overpriced. This restaurant is definitely one of the most authentic Japanese restaurants in Sydney, indeed. However, their concept(seems like a semi fine dining) isn't really appealing. Their room itself is private but I can clearly hear what other guests are talking in the room. Please watch the video I attached. I am not talking but next room's voice is way too clear. Portion is small but the taste is outstanding. I will go back time to time.

Shimo2 Traveller


The special banquet menu was a great choice to taste different styles of food. I especially loved the Cod and the Wagyu hotpot - beautiful flavours in all the dishes 😋 Make sure to sign up for VIP guest list as you get instant discounts !! Email them for special occasions and you’ll get a treat. Worth it!!


Warren Tate Speaker Coach


Great authentic Japanese food with good service. Tucked away upstairs, you will need to look for the restaurant entrance. The service is good however not all staff can understand English and seek another staff member to assist. The sushi is fabulous and the waggu beef is of high quality however I am not a fan of cooking my own on the oil burner hot plate that is brought to the table. A little expensive however it is in the rocks region.



Thought it was a strange entrance from the street but once you're inside, you're immersed to a different place. We were kindly situated at the corner right by the large glass walls. Food was beautiful, carefully seasoned and never over-powering. Highlight was the Unagi nigiri - simply melted in your mouth! The salt rock wagyu is also recommended. They surprised me with a birthday treat which was so nice!!! Staff are kind, especially the Japanese man at the counter. Wished me a happy birthday before leaving (some places forget). Would love to be back for another special occasion. Only downfall was that we had spent almost $200 and still could eat quite a bit but the quality was superb. Thank you!



Good quality food but you can get the same quality in Sydney for far less money. Beef cooked on Himalayan salt was too salty so I wouldn’t recommend it. One of the waitresses needs more training. We ordered sukiyaki and she put the beef slices into the pan without any sauce so they stuck to the pan. Secure parking 3 mins walking distance away

Jen Lo


Great setting but we found the food to be very expensive. The snow crab was a bit bland.

James Yu


Japanese fine dining with all the right flavours. The tuna sashimi, cooked fish, wagyu cooked on pink Himalayan salt rock, shabu shabu with wagyu, and dessert mochi this menu is dressed to impress and hits all the best flavours. Highly recommended for authentic Japanese in the heart of Sydney

Scott Tseng


Great food. A bit pricey

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