'Appetite for Sydney' Menus
Azuma & Kushiyaki – Bar & Grill are both offering great new special menus for the Sydney Morning Heralds “Appetite for Sydney” campaign. Dine out and help keep Sydney’s restaurant industry going.
- Current Azuma Appetite for Sydney Menu
- Current Kushiyaki Appetite for Sydney Menu
The set menu or “Bento Box” is a must for a traditional Japanese lunch, whether it’s a long and lazy encounter with friends or a high powered business lunch. From the freshest of sushi and sashimi, light and crisp tempura or deliciously tender Wagyu beef, every desire will be satisfied.
Download Set Lunch Menu
A La Carte (different menus available lunch & dinner)
You are spoilt for choice with a menu that offers you the traditional, the classics and the uniquely curious. Along with a menu of main size dishes and the famed Azuma’s Unique Sushi and Sashimi, come two new dining experiences. Our addictive Kushiyaki is our specialty, the simple fresh flavours of premium meat and seafood shine through these skewered delights. Our Otsumami menu is designed for sharing, and as the menu suggests, “unique side dish for sake”, is well matched to our comprehensive Sake list.
Download Lunch A La Carte Menu
Download Dinner A La Carte Menu
Degustation Menus (available lunch & dinner)
Take a journey through the pleasures of traditional and unique Japanese cuisine. These degustation menu option deliver the opportunity to sample all of your favourites. Surround yourself with unique Japanese art work and indulge in prawns, oysters, duck and Wagyu beef.
Download Degustation Menu
Desserts are picked from our menu or from our new and acclaimed Azuma Patisserie, located next door. Desserts are made fresh morning and afternoon here at the Patisserie - giving you a lovely selection of fresh pastries, French fares such as Mont Blonc and St Honore. And for those after more tradition Japanese sweets and desserts we have all the mochi you could dream of plus Agar Jelly, Green Tea Roll Cake and endless rows of Wagashi.
Download Dessert Menu