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Japanese Mother’s Day: Where to take Mum on her special day

Japanese food at Sash Sydney

Sash Sydney opened only earlier in 2019, but has already managed to take Japanese food in Surry Hills to a brand new level. Read about what Sash is like, here. And just in case their already popular Sunday sessions weren’t enough of a reason to visit, then what they’ve got going on this Mothers’ Day 2019 is sure to be hollering for a booking. For the special woman in your life, they’re putting on a spread. Spoil Mum with a 7 course modern Japanese banquet designed by their head chef Peter Wu. It’s a menu to be grazed on, consisting of Sash’s already renowned dishes including, hand rolled sushi, inspired tacos and crispy battered delights. Find Sash Restaurant at 80 Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills. Mother’s Day bookings are essential.

Kenny Rens is the Japanese place in Woollahra you didn’t know existed

Kenny Rens

If you know Woollahra in Sydney’s inner-east, you know it’s a quiet little slice of town. The streets are old and wide, with over-hanging trees; the houses are expansive and empty to add a bit of seclusion in the middle of town; and he restaurants – though few and far-between – offer something completely all their own in a format you’d be hard done by to find in many other parts of the city. Welcome, Kenny Rens. Lunch time at Kenny Rens? How amazing is this weather?! ???? A post shared by K E N N Y R E N S (@kennyrens) on Jul 28, 2018 at 7:09pm PDT Kenny Rens is a Japanese restaurant and bar, tucked away, ever so clandestinely behind a small cafe front, right next to the incredibly popular Chargrill Charlie’s chicken shop, you’d almost never guess it’s there. You enter through a dark wooden door and his little slice of Japanese gastronomy awaits you. ‘He’, as such, is not a real man, but the creation of local Sydney restauranteur, Nick Diamond whose travels and love for Japan gave rise to his new project. Hence the authentic atmosphere and look of the whole place. All dark wood, very moody and with the traditionalistic touch of a chef with the Japanese hachimaki – coupled with a drinks list that is as far-reaching as it is well done – what Kenny Rens offers is something new to the area, and new for lovers of far Eastern cuisine. Their latest menu addition, the Robata grill, is a… Read More