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Toko Restaurant and Bar

Address: 490 Crown St Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone: 02 9357 6100
Email: info@toko.com.au

Tags: {45BA35DF-808C-4F6F-837C-C029D2BC4FE8}, wheelchair access, smoking area, outside area, japanese

Sydney loves a hybrid bar-restaurant, and with the latest Toko, brothers Al, Daniel and Matthew Yazbek seem to have got the mix just right.

Cult Thai eatery Longrain inspired Sydney's dining hipsters at the turn of the millennium, and the crew behind Toko aims to do the same with a similar concept on the Japanese tip. Moving things up a notch from its sister restaurant of the same name in Paddington, Toko Surry Hills sits on the former MG Garage site in Crown Street.

The space has emerged from extensive renovations as a sleek, wood-panelled warehouse with an open kitchen, low-rise communal tables and a seated grill running down on one side of the room. The intelligent menu consists of mod-Japanese dishes designed specifically for sharing at those communal tables, with an emphasis on quality local seafood.

Sushi fanatics can choose from 19 varieties of fresh seafood, and eclectic hand-rolled offerings such as soft shell crab, eel and cucumber. Carnivores are catered for with signature dishes such as miso-marinated baby chicken; and braised wagyu beef with ginger sauce. In Japanese Toko means 'room within a house to relax' and this chic yet informal style of eating is quintessentially Sydney.



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