Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant

4.2
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4 reviews
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$40 and under
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Japanese

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Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant established at the Elizabeth Street in North Hobart location in 2017, it is a traditional Japanese Izakaya style restaurant, serve both traditional Japanese Izakaya style food and some food twisted with other cuisine and represents a unique mixed dining experience. With the biggest sake selection in whole Australia, Osaka Izakaya & Grill Restaurant also stores a big amount of Japanese Beer which imported from Japan. Osaka Izakaya chef refreshes cooking skills in Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto etc every year, to bring you a real feeling and truly taste away from Japan, to satisfy your experience.
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BC
1 review
Dined on 17 August 2019
Overall 4Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

What a great night. The food was superb and the staff could not be more helpful. Wonderful.

KT
1 review
Dined on 16 August 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

Very helpful and friendly waiting staff.
Food was fantastic

F
1 review
Dined on 15 May 2019
Overall 4Food 4Service 5Ambience 4

Beautiful food served very quickly by pleasant and cheerful staff. Excelkent value.

MS
1 review
Dined on 11 May 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 4

Been here a few times. What strikes you first is the warm welcome. The staff really are delightful. They are attentive and solicitous throughout the meal.
In the past I’ve been with groups and left the ordering to them. This time my partner and I agreed that we would just have to choose something. And that isn’t easy. The menu is expertly presented, with helpful pics positioned throughout. In addition there’s a daily specials board with tempting options. So in the end we just made a choice.
Marie had the pork belly, which was soft without being glutinous, and flavorsome but not overpowering. We shared the sukiyaki, which was presented with its own charcoal bricks and remained hot. Meat, vegetables, noodles, mushrooms and tofu all in a sweet, soup like broth that you just had to guzzle. I also ordered some sashimi of salmon, tuna and kingfish. Again, perfectly presented, plenty of wasabi, and succulent.
We were lost with the sake selection, but the waiter understood and brought a hot one, which went perfectly with the food.
This place is not cheap. The bill was a bit over $100. But it seemed like great value and I was happy to pay.