BISHAMON JAPANESE RESTAURANT
Brisbane, Queensland

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You can generally judge a restaurant by its popularity, and Bishamon Japanese in Spring Hill is well patronised by locals and Japanese expats alike. Imbued with heritage character and a casual vibe, Bishamon offers an extensive menu featuring all manner of mouth-watering sushi, sashimi, noodles, teppanyaki and cook-it-yourself hot pots. The all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu shabu come highly recommended.
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General info

Address:

500 Boundary Street
Spring Hill QLD 4000

Suburb:

Spring Hill

Contact:

Cuisine:

Asian, Japanese

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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Minimalist decor with in a renovated old industrial space is the home of Bishamon, a Japanese restaurant in Spring Hill. Both Japanese and Westerners are diners at this restaurant looking forward to traditional dishes like sushi and noodles.

A draw card for their restaurant is tepanyaki and shabu shabu, a steam boat style dish where meat and vegetables are cooked in water at a pot at the table which is then dipped in a sauce before being eaten. Another draw card is sukiyaki where meat and vegetables are cooked in a boiling broth sitting on the table. Traditionally the meat is dipped into raw egg. While this isn’t on the menu, you can ask for one and they will happily give you one.

The dishes are generous and fresh. The amuse bouche of teriyaki salmon was wholesome and was an excellent start to the meal. The beef tataki maintained its integrity through the rareness of the slivers of steak and it was seasoned well. The chicken karaage made from chicken breast was on the dry side, lacked crunch and seasoning which are all hallmarks of a good chicken karaage, however it was not too oily. The dish came with only a wedge of lemon and mayonnaise had to be ordered as did soy sauce which was surprisingly missing from the table. With miso soup, this turned into a welcoming, comforting meal. For dessert was a twist on deep fried ice cream. The tempura ice cream was chocolate with chocolate pieces inside. It was served with an interesting combination of chocolate sauce and fruit loops.

This restaurant is worth coming back for to try the authentic hot pot dishes which many Japanese patrons were enjoying at the time.
Kristin Hatherley

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Features

Bar / Wine Bar
Cheap & Cheerful
Suitable for Groups of 10
Takeaway
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