235 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

7.6
235 reviews
Recommended
(7.8)
Food
(7.7)
Service
(7.3)
Value for money
(7.8)
Atmosphere
(7.0)

dined on Mon, 25 Mar 2019

(6)
Fresh food, cheap compared to Neighbour restaurant but not lively at all.

dined on Sun, 15 Sep 2019

(8)
Always reliable and authentic Japanese. Great Udon and Gyoza promotion, also plum wine tasting!

dined on Sat, 7 Sep 2019

(9)
My favourite place to have a cheap but yet good food. As they don't have big crowd like the Japanese restaurant nearly, I can enjoy quiet and long chat with friends. Always love this place.

dined on Thu, 5 Sep 2019

(9)
Food amazing, service was ok but it was busy

dined on Thu, 29 Aug 2019

(8)
good meal , our favourite local restaurant

dined on Tue, 20 Aug 2019

(8)
Nice as usual

dined on Sat, 17 Aug 2019

(8)
Love their goyza, excellent for a quick and healthy meal

dined on Mon, 5 Aug 2019

(8)
As usual, good place for quick meal

dined on Sat, 3 Aug 2019

(7)
The food is decent for its price
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About Izakaya Goma

Is a YES From Me! Named after the Japanese word for “sesame”, Izakaya Goma is nestled among a number of other restaurants and retailers in the small beachside suburb of Maroubra. Dating back to Egyptian times some 3,600 years ago, sesame has always been prized for its medicinal benefits. And just like its namesake, the reputation of this modest casual Japanese eatery packs a sumo-sized punch, challenging any Spanish tapas lovers to a change of scene and culinary delights. As you’d expect, it’s all about fresh flavours here and in true Izakaya tradition, Izakaya Goma doesn’t disappoint. Large menus feature portraits of each dish making it easier to navigate the huge offerings. From the humble noodle, truffle oil green soybeans and stuffed fried chicken wings drizzled in Goma’s secret sauce, to the more intricately presented sashimi and sushi platters, each dish is generously prepared in a labour of love by Goma’s veteran chef. So next time you’re in the area, grab a friend and head down to pick your way through the Izakaya Goma menu. Must try: Wagyu Beinasu Kuromiso Dengaku (grilled eggplant topped with wagyu beef)

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