Tokonoma Reviews; Sydney, Australia
Luxury Travel Guide

class="last"class="last">FATHER'S DAY

class="last"class="last">EASTER

class="last"class="last">CHRISTMAS

class="last"class="last">VALENTINE'S

class="last"class="last">AWARDS
 
Home  >  Restaurant Reviews  >  Sydney  >  Tokonoma
 

Tokonoma, Sydney

44 Bridge Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Tokonoma Review
 
4 Star Rating
14 July 2015TokonomaTags: Sydney, Australia, Japanese reviewsThe Bill: £73 per head
 

Tokonoma can be found in the heart Sydney's financial district. Created by the founders of Toko, Tokonoma is a spacious and nicely designed restaurant with warm and welcoming service. The food at Tokonoma can only be described as exquisite, each dish delivered to our table was incredibly fresh and full of flavour. We cannot fault Tokonoma, with the faultless service, exquisite food and innovative dishes it's a must try.

Whilst browsing the menu we ordered Edamame with Smoked Line Salt, and ordered a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012. We settled on a full bodied wine with some strong notes. To begin we ordered White Miso Soup, with Spring Onion and Tofu. The Miso was simple but rewarding. We also ordered the Honey Bug Nigiri, with Sushi with Foie Gras, Truffle, Soy Jelly, Spicy Tuna Maki Sushi, Sriracha Mayonnaise, Takuan, and Tenkasu. I can only describe this as a journey through a wide range of impressive flavours.

"Exquisite food delivered with faultless service."

Moving on we ordered the Black Cod Robata with Saikyo Miso, Pickled Ginger and Hoba Leaf. The presentation of the Cod was outstanding, words cannot describe how delicious this was. We also ordered the Lamb Cutlets with Spiced Miso, served with Pickled Eggplant. Again, as soon as my partner had the first mouthful the flavours really came alive. This is Japanese cuisine at its finest, and it really does need to be sampled to be appreciated.

Their dessert menu offered several tempting dishes we would have loved to have tried. We decided to sample a Green Tea Frozen Yoghurt, with Mochi and Strawberries. The Green Tea was subtle but apparent, it's a flavour that works well with yoghurt. We also ordered the Soy Milk Pannacotta, with Tropical Fruits and Black Sesame. I'd describe this dessert as delectable. I strongly urge you to experience Tokonoma if you’re visiting Sydney, we had a wonderful experience.

 
Photos courtesy of Tokonoma
6 others are viewing this restaurant right now
 

Social Share

Linkedin RSS
 
Sydney Hotels   Sydney Restaurants
 
 
Service: 8reviews of TokonomaLocation: 8Tokonoma reviewsValue: 8TokonomaStyle: 8Tokonoma reviewQuality: 9
 
 
Recent Reviews
 
Instagram
 
Seven Sins
Seven Sins
We put the spotlight on the industry's most recognisable faces in our new interview segment "Seven Sins". If you want to know what inspires the industry's movers and shakers or what your favourite food loving celebrity likes to indulge in then you'll find it in their Seven Sins.
 
Candice Brown
Baker, Cook, Author & Pub Owner
Candice Brown Seven Sins
Born in North London, Candice grew up in the pubs that her parents ran...
Candice Brown
 
Tom Clarke
Tom Clarke Seven Sins
Tom Clarke, head chef at Michelin-starred L’Ortolan restaurant, grew up...
Tom Clarke
 
Liam Dillon
Chef Patron, The Boat Inn, Lichfield
Liam Dillon Seven Sins
Born in Burton-on-Trent, 31 year old Liam Dillon is chef and owner of award-winning,...
Liam Dillon
 
Nick Deverell-Smith
Chef Patron, The Churchill Arms...
Nick Deverell-Smith Seven Sins
Born and raised in Warwickshire, Nick Deverell-Smith knew he wanted to...
Nick Deverell-Smith
 
Belstaff UK
 
Popular Searches
Provence Self Catering London Indian
Los Angeles Cocktail Bar St. Moritz Italian
Devon Fine Dining London Traditional
Winchester Traditional Copenhagen Cocktail Bar
 
Instagram
 
© The Critics Guide 2019 HomeHome AboutAbout Privacy & Cookie PolicyprivacyBlogblogTermsblogSocial Media TermstermsSitemapsitemapContact