ShoyaOffering six different levels, Shoya is many venues in one: a function centre, karaoke bar, izakaya, barbecue grillhouse and Japanese fine diner.
The lower levels are where you want to head for good fun in a group. The basement and ground floor house the smokeless barbecue tables for some DIY grilling fun, Japanese-style. Heading to the third-floor karaoke rooms is entirely optional, depending on the singing ability of your party.
Levels one and two are a more intimate affair. Think elegant minimalism, tatami mats and full table service. This is definitely first-date territory, and the world-class sashimi on offer paired with a sake list that goes blessedly beyond the usual suspects into more refined drops will go a long way to smoothing out any kinks in the night's proceedings.
If you get a chance, the opportunity to watch master sushi chef Shigeo Nonaka on the chef's executive floor isn't something you want to pass up. Seeing the artisan work up close will make you appreciate the food in front of you all the more.
Tearose Bar & Karaoke
Tearose is an experience.
An Executive Lounge located on the top floor, is the perfect way to finish up the night. One of Melbourne's hidden gems, Tearose offers a rare experience into modern Japanese culture.
From businessmen looking to relax, to local patrons who want to experience the layered complexity of Melbourne, you will find Tearose can accommodate.
Tearose may be ideal to network or to enjoy a few quiet drinks.
Discovering Tearose is exploring the hidden Melbourne.
Mon-Sat: 12am - 2pm
Sun-Thu: 6:00pm 10:00pm
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 25 Market Lane Melbourne | Map
✆ 03 9650 0848
❊ Web Links ❊
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