Emporium’s beloved Tetsujin restaurant has teamed up with Michelin-starred chef Masahiko Yomada for a new 17-dish lunch menu. 

Melbourne’s lunch crowd is lining up for a table at renowned Japanese restaurant Tetsujin who has collaborated with Michelin Awarded Japanese Chef, Masahiko Yomoda to create a delicious new menu. Designed by Chef Yomoda, the 17-dish menu features a wide range of delicious and traditional Japanese flavours, all with a modern twist.

Avaliable from 11:30am to 3:00pm, Monday – Friday, this new menu is designed for the lunchtime crowd that want something more flavorsome than a grab-and-go option. Items include the New Style Sashimi with Black Sesame and Wasabi Snow, the Salmon Teriyaki with Quinoa and Onion Dressing or the unique Japanese Hamburg. Trust us, this is an item on the menu you have to try!

Chef Yomoda previously trained in classic French cuisine in Lyon under the command of Alain Chapel. In 2008, Chef Yomoda worked at acclaimed French restaurant Robouchon, following which he moved to Tokyo where he received a coveted Michelin Star as executive chef at Arbrace, Japan.

Be sure to book in a lunch date here soon.

Tetsujin

Level 4, Emporium Melbourne 295 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000 | (03) 9663 9993 | www.tetsujin.com.au

Tetsujin's Latest Lunch Menu By Michelin-Starred Chef
Tetsujin's Latest Lunch Menu By Michelin-Starred Chef
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Melbourne's lunch crowd is lining up for a table at renowned Japanese restaurant Tetsujin who have collaborated with Michelin Awarded Japanese chef, Masahiko Yomoda for a delicious new lunch menu. Designed by Yomoda-san, the 17-dish menu features a wide range of delicious and traditional Japanese flavours, all with a modern twist. 
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