Sleek and modern, Tatsu draws the eye, especially at night when the subtle lighting plays off against its dark timber accents. Food-wise, expect to sup on traditional Japanese eats alongside more adventurous creations.
The menu is extensive, covering the various Japanese cooking styles. For more innovative dishes, try their chef’s specialties.
• Tatsu’s maki sushi carupaccho is simply oishi—strips of seaweed, rice and fresh salmon paired with poached egg, crunchy ebiko and toasted almonds for maximum flavour.
• The restaurant prides itself on serving the highest grade of Australian Wagyu beef, best enjoyed sliced and freshly grilled over charcoal table-side.
• For a light dessert, go for the kuzukiri, the popular Japanese gelatinous noodles here served chilled with fresh fruit.