Chef Yasunori Miyamoto heads up the kitchen team at Rengaya, an exceptionally sophisticated yakiniku restaurant, known for introducing traditional Japanese barbecue-style cooking two decades ago. With a spacious teppanyaki area and dining lounge, and retaining a traditional Japanese atmosphere with great hospitality, Rengaya is a popular lunch haunt for local businessfolk.
You will witness skilled knife work in the preparation of Rengaya’s dishes, delivering sharp, clean edges and beautiful presentation. The fabulous selection of wagyu meat cuts is certainly mouth-watering, with the premium wagyu amusement proving the perfect sampler, and yet the menu offers still more variety. Perhaps try the tofu salad for a refreshing start. Then follow with chicken that you can cook to your preference on the tabletop barbecue.
PSST! Rengaya is just a few steps from North Sydney train station and main bus stops.