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Kobe Jones Melbourne

A total stunner, the dining room at Kobe Jones is adorned with red dining chairs, warm wooden cladding, and finished with luscious tropical plants which are suspended from the ceiling. Such a setting makes for a trés chic dining experience. Set right upon the Yarra, at Kobe Jones Melbourne you’ll find a Japanese menu, slightly California-fied, that is tasty as anything! From ocean fresh sushi to fantastically inventive small plates like crab wraps or Tokyo raw Japanese pizza, there is so much to explore. One visit here is simply not enough. You can visit for a quick bite or settle in and share the theatre of teppanyaki at your own private grill. The produce used is premium and the teppanyaki chefs and floor staff run a tight ship. Service is swift, thoughtful and generous. Quite simply, dining here makes for a perfect night out. Kobe Jones is a delight.

  • Asian, Japanese
Opening Hours
  • Monday: 6 - 11pm
  • Tuesday: 6 - 11pm
  • Wednesday: 12 - 3pm, 6 - 11pm
  • Thursday: 12 - 3pm, 6 - 11pm
  • Friday: 12 - 3pm, 5:30pm - 12am
  • Saturday: 12 - 4pm, 5:30pm - 12am
  • Sunday: 12 - 4pm, 6 - 11pm
  • Gluten Free Options, Suitable for Functions, Suitable for Groups of 10
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (No BYO)
G16/18/38 Siddeley Street, Docklands, VIC 3005

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