264 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

8.1
264 reviews
Recommended
(8.1)
Food
(8.2)
Service
(7.9)
Value for money
(7.9)
Atmosphere
(8.1)
Christine Alain

dined on Fri, 17 May 2019

(9)
Kujin was amazing as always delicious food and great service
Christine Alain

dined on Mon, 15 Apr 2019

(9)
Fantastic as always

dined on Fri, 15 Mar 2019

(7)
Good Japanese food, few good sake on the list, friendly service.

dined on Sat, 25 May 2019

(7)
We have been coming to Kujin for many years (8 at least) and while we understand that there is inflation, etc, it was a sad realisation that the menu variety and portion sizes (especially of sushi rolls, okonomiyaki) have been downsized. Still a good local restaurant but not as great as before.

dined on Fri, 17 May 2019

(9)
lovely neighbourhood gem

dined on Fri, 12 Apr 2019

(9)
We come here often. Great local. The private room area is great but needs air! V hot in there

dined on Sat, 30 Mar 2019

(10)
A fantastic location very close to the theatre. Prompt service made for an excellent pre-theatre dinner.

dined on Tue, 26 Mar 2019

(10)
Lovely generous food & service

dined on Tue, 19 Mar 2019

(10)
Parking is hardest thing to achieve

dined on Thu, 14 Mar 2019

(9)
Great place to eat before a show at Hayes Theatre. Food delicious and well presented.
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About Kujin

Slurp down a soupy udon bowl and a sake Looking for a fun, casual and well priced Japanese outing? Enter, Kujin Elizabeth Bay. Found just a short walk away from the nightlife precinct of Kings Cross, Kujin is a Japanese restaurant specialising in Izakaya-style Teppanyaki, home made noodles and fresh sashimi, sourced from Sydney’s fish markets every day. Settle in for a sophisticated dining experience, in a relaxed atmosphere, and be entertained by chefs cooking your favourite dish in the open kitchen styled Teppanyaki bar. The dark furnished room, hidden by the nored (half curtain) features wooden tables, chairs and paper lampshades, setting the scene for an intimate affair. Stay and sample up to eight sakes after your meal. From the sweet ‘Beautiful Boy’, to the dry ‘Man’s Mountain’, there is bound to be a sake at Kujin to suit. Best dish: A large, soupy bowl of house-made udon with tempura prawns and vegetables

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