We are frequent flyers to Kazuki Japanese Restaurant in Hurstville, and I find that it is a reputable and reliable source of Japanese food for delivery to Kogarah.
The Eel box ($24.50) is a full featured bento with eel, prawn, tempura vegetables, agedashi tofu, edamame, potato mash, and salmon sashimi. It is a good set with plenty of different flavours and textures to amuse the mouth.
The chirashi sushi don ($19.50) is my favourite thing to order from Kazuki. It is a bowl of mixed sashimi on rice, including really fresh and sweet scallops, salmon belly, tuna (akami), cooked prawns, raw octopus, tamago, and a small serving of cucumber and carrot. It feels super healthy and fresh, and you can’t go wrong with it.
The soft shell crab roll ($11.50) is a bit expensive for the quantity that you get, but not bad overall.
Judging from the four times we’ve ordered from Kazuki over the course of two months, I can definitely recommend them to a friend or colleague.
UPDATE FEBURARY 2023
I finally went in person, and it is weird how some things were better, and some things were not as good three years down the track.
Starting with the good is the decor. I love cats.
Not bad was this chicken karaage ($8.80), which is standard enough not to evoke any feelings, positive or negative.
Pretty good was this miso aburi salmon ($12), though the pictures don’t really give away how small the portions are.
Back to the good parts, take a look at this super cute cat-themed dish.
The tempura udon ($16.80) was actually quite good. Great tempura prawn, good udon soup.
Super underwhelming was this combination sashimi (4 kinds) ($16.50) which was quite expensive for some really small pieces.
After visiting in person, and though I love all the cat-themed stuff, Kazuki no longer fills as special a place in my heart. The 5% discount for cash payments also seems a bit odd, because I feel like it would be odd to be paying that much for a card payment processor.
Kazuki Japanese Restaurant
176 Forest Rd, Hurstville NSW 2220
(02) 9579 1053