中文
Select Page

You may also like

Featured
Alliance Française French Film Festival re-launch announced for July 14, screening highly anticipated films from French cinema

Alliance Française French Film Festival re-launch announced for July 14, screening highly anticipated films from French cinema

The Alliance Française French Film Festival is back! After having to postpone earlier this year due to COVID, the popular...
From Fremantle to Dunsborough, Six Cosy Converted Train Carriages for a unique WA Holiday

From Fremantle to Dunsborough, Six Cosy Converted Train Carriages for a unique WA Holiday

If you have been looking for a change in scenery and a holiday with a difference, you need an overnight...
Community soap, balcony singalongs and other good Samaritan stories

Community soap, balcony singalongs and other good Samaritan stories

If your view of the world is based on daily news reports, then one can conclude we will all continue...

Zen Japanese Restaurant

Zen Japanese Restaurant introduces Japanese dishes in a traditional Japanese style but with an Australian essence. Their aim is for their guests to experience the very best of Japanese cuisine.

  • Open Days/times:Tues to Fri Lunch&Dinner / Sat to Sun Dinner only
  • Facilities:Takeaway,BYO,Licensed

Details

  • Facilities:Takeaway,BYO,Licensed
  • Open Days:Tuesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Lunch:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Dinner:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Hideki comes from Fukuoka City in Kyushu, Japan which is famous for its’ live seafood cuisine. Influenced by his Father, also a Chef, Hideki started cooking in the kitchen at home at the age of 6. After graduating from High School he began his career as an Apprentice at Sushi Kappou in Nakasu, a high end traditional sushi restaurant.
After completing his Apprenticeship, Hideki worked in various traditional Japanese restaurants both independent and within 5 star hotels. He earned the highest achievement certificate in Blow Fish handling (one of the most difficult Chef qualifications in Japan). He also mastered the handling and cooking of live fish (traditional Kaiseki) and is an acclaimed Sushi Chef.
Hideki came to Australia to improve his wind surfing skills but ended up staying and working for various hotels and restaurants until the opportunity to take over Zen Restaurant came along in 2008. Hideki’s dishes are unique to Zen, incorporating and showcasing Hideki's 32 years of experience as a Master Japanese Chef.
Hideki has placed a family name plate (Hyosatsu) at the entrance of Zen to show and remind him that this is not just his place of work but also his home and you are his precious friend and guest.

Location

SCOOP