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Truly amazing how Mr Raita and his son Momo can create such amazing food in such a confined space. Ten seat restaurant and hence you get a first row seat with the chefs.
Patagonian toothfish was OTT so good.
This is just a special, special place. It’s going to have to be the Big Night Out at $150 a head and at least $90 for the wine... but , trust me, you won’t really regret doing it and you’ll look forward to the next...More
Recent extravaganza at Raita Noda, sitting across from chef and his assistant immersing oneself in the theatre of the kitchen. Like being taken back to Tokyo where places like this abound! Three hours of being fed, with a constant explosion of flavours in the mouth.matching...More
This place is heaven. I took my boyfriend here last night as a birthday surprise. The food was exquisite. I cannot fault it. This meal changed my life! We've eaten a fair bit of sashimi around Sydney as my boyfriend loves it - before last...More
A very special restaurant, with the best produce, prepared in front of you by a master chef, who involves you and talks to you as he prepares and cooks.
It's probably best that he only has 7 or 8 seats as such quality is difficult...More
The care and talent of Chef Raita Noda is mesmerising to witness. I'm humbled to be served by him and the staff. The seating is intimate along the bar of 8 people. I love every min of it. It's degustation hence if you couldn't sit...More
For those who love to eat at an exclusive place, I would definitely recommend this place!!!
Raita Noda only seats 8 people are are only open at night time from 7 onwards, booking is necessary. This place only does omakase, so if you love surprises...More
Last Friday night, a group of us (8 in total) booked out Raita Noda Chef's Kitchen in Surry Hills. This is a very special restaurant which is very much in the spirit of the intimate omakase restaurants in Japan, the restaurant is basically a room...More
Very authentic Japanese style of setup, it only has a maximum seating for 10 people facing the kitchen in a bar style set up.
The creativity, cleanliness and combination of well matched flavours, colours, textures of the food presented was just a show worth watching....More
This is a special restaurant, the best and freshest of produce, prepared in front of you by a master chef, who involves you and talks to you as he prepares and cooks.
Only a small restaurant with 7 or 8 seats but best experienced as...More
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