Yakiniku Gyuzou is a BBQ offering high quality Korean and Japanese food in the heart of the CBD, off Sussex St towards the entrance to Darling Habour.
Arrive to the restaurant, and you’ll be met with friendly staff who are ensuring a safe and seamless Covid Safety check in. Show staff that you’ve checked in via your Service NSW app, have your temperature tested and you are taken to your table by the staff wearing masks. Surfaces have been disinfected before your visit and plates and cutlery are brought out when you sit.
Normally using a touch screen to order your menu, for the moment they are using a great system – ordering via your mobile and a QR code reader. This means less hands touching surfaces. Everything has been uploaded on different tabs from meat to seafood, sushi, sashimi, sides, desserts or drink. We love Korean and Japanese food and BBQ is one of our favourite ways to dine out, for you have the opportunity to try as much as you please during the 100 minute dining experience (provided you eat what you order – to avoid wastage, or you will be charged). The food comes out so fast, it’s really only necessary to order as you need or want it. Make sure you bring your appetite for there is at least 115 dishes to choose from. The banquet costs $78.80 per person.
The menu does have a number of extremely varied and fine cuts or Wagyu beef which you cook to your preference on the tabletop bbq in front of you. They provide you with a number of condiments which you can use as a dipping sauce to enhance the natural flavour of the meat. Although the high quality meat on offer needs nothing more added to it. We tried the Wagyu beef rib, beef tongue, oyster blade, Wagyu tri tip (our favourite) and the Wagyu outside skirt as well as flap meat. Other meats are also available like chicken, pork sausage, pork belly and more.
Seafood is also included in the menu, from mussels, to squid, prawns and scallop. We also ordered some delicious salmon sashimi as well. They’ve also got excellent and super fresh sushi.
There were some amazing side dishes to be selected, from chicken, beef and salmon don, udon, gyoza, pancakes, takoyaki and more. Some crispy lotus root chips are also great for snacking, as are the chili and regular fried chicken pieces.
The food was outstanding and with so much variety, it is a great venue for any occasion. The restaurant is spacious and room for large groups. They also sell beers, wines, soju and sake to complement your meal. Hopefully you can pay a visit soon too.
Although the address is recorded as 339 Sussex St, it is easy to find by going to the corner of Liverpool & Harbour Street, our address is Shop 4, 339 Sussex Street Sydney.
Call now 9268 0410 to book!
339 Sussex St, Sydney