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Mr Miyagi
Best Japanese Restaurants

Windsor, 3181
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
5pm to late5pm to late5pm to late5pm to late12pm to late 12pm to late12pm to late

ABOUT Mr Miyagi
Best Japanese Restaurants

Sitting on the Windsor end of Chapel Street is one of Melbourne’s most innovative additions to the food scene, Mr. Miyagi – a casual but fancy Japanese restaurant, serving up traditional dishes with a funky, modern twist. In a vibrant and relaxed setting, the dining experience doesn’t end at the intrinsically diverse menu, but continues through the open kitchen and the restaurant layout - designed to mirror a Tokyo laneway through exposed brick walls and indoor street lamps. Front windows that open onto Chapel Street and eccentric Japanese-inspired cocktails or “cocky T’s” that compliment every dish make it an ideal destination for locals and visitors year round.

To make matters better, it’s a 5 minute walk to the Astor Theatre, so grab dinner and catch a movie, or come back for drinks later on – it’s open till late every night! If this tickles your fancy, check out our article on the best spots for dinner & a movie in Melbourne.

Contact Mr Miyagi  via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.

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