The team behind Bondi’s Best just launched a 12-seater Japanese Omakase Restaurant in Quay Quarters, and we can’t get there fast enough.
The latest restauranteur to join the ranks over at Sydney’s dynamic new neighbourhood – Quay Quarters – promises an immersive, one-of-a-kind culinary experience, but be sure to book ahead to secure a seat at the 12-seater Omakase meets Art Gallery eatery.
Classy yet sultry: Besuto (translation: “best”) offers traditional Japanese Omakase that takes your taste buds through a tantalizing experience, thanks to a trio of talented chefs, Hirofumi Fajita, Tomi Bjorck and Joel Best. From the moment you step foot into the venue to the moment you leave, Besuto’s entire intention is to create a new experience that, as they say, stays behind closed doors.
The degustation menu promises a joyful gastronomical journey, where you’ll find traditional and innovative Japanese culture and food. Included in the 20-courses will be some unique dry-aged fish from Josh Niland’s Fish Butchery. Additionally, Besuto will offer a selected list of Japanese whiskey.
Besuto entangles its Japanese culture with that of the art world, where unusable space meets creativity and design. Partnering with ArtAid, Besuto’s walls are lined with a rotating art display with proceeds of each sale donated to a charity partner.
The venue will also feature a wall mural from rising street artist, Lisa King. Originally from Adelaide and now based in Melbourne, Lisa King is well-known for her large-scale public works in Adelaide, Darwin and the U.S.
To find out more and make a booking, head to besutosydney.com.