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Ora salmon, cooked in Kyenton olive oil, with apple, fennel and yuzu.

About Kadota

Lovingly crafted Japanese flavours are on the plate at Kadota restaurant on Camp Street in picturesque Daylesford. This warm and inviting venue is the passion project of owners Aaron Schembri and Risa Kadota, whom the restaurant is named after, who met while working at some of Japan’s finest restaurants. They have brought their passion for captivating food, drinks and hospitality from Risa’s hometown of Okayama to Aaron’s hometown of Daylesford; expect to be blown away by the quality, taste and presentation. Serving a set menu, try snapper, roasted nori and wakame to start, along with braised pork dumplings, XO sauce and green onion; before Sher Wagyu sirloin, onion, eggplant, mushroom and zucchini. Local plums, white chocolate, roasted soba and crystalised seaweed make for a sweet finish.

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Location & Map

1 Camp Street, Daylesford 3460 VIC - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 40   Chef: Aaron Schembri  

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Opening Hours

Mon  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Tue  Closed
Wed  Closed
Thu  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Sun  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM

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Member Reviews (6)

2foodies

Outstanding regional restaurant
Certainly superior to some ranked above it. Worth 2 hats. Very interesting menu with a delightful range of dishes. Service excellent and good uncluttered dining area. Overall very good value. Will visit whenever we are in Daylesford.

tsaff

What a truly delicious experience! Excellent service, amazing flavours, especially the scallop ceviche and the quail dish. Will be back again for sure

maggots60

Our family special birthday dinner couldn't have been better. The waiter was more of a skilled but subtle consultant. She knew all about the restaurant concept, and how we could get the best from the menu and wine list. An ideal mix of warmth and expertise. So many new tastes and textures to marvel at.

filthy_58

If you're expecting yet another jaded rendition of the sushi/sashimi/yakatori regime then you shouldn't be at Kazuki's. If you are after a dining experience that challenges your concepts of Japanese food, you will be rewarded.

Jadep

This was our first visit to this restaurant and we weren't disappointed. A table near the open fire was lovely, decor is light and inviting.Lots of local faces, which is always a good sign. The service was very good. The food is amazing. I would highly recommend a visit to this restaurant.

mojito

I saw this restaurant recently on the Australian Good Food Guide and when visiting the area decided to give it a try. We were not disappointed; the food was amazing and we will definitely return.