Moga’s a la carte menu takes its inspiration from Izakaya (Japanese pub) which is the basis of ordering small dishes to be enjoyed with Sake, Beer, Wine and Cocktails – akin to Tapas, Japanese style. Sample many flavors and types of dishes. There is no protocol to ordering, Izakaya means dishes are designed to be shared or enjoy individually. Order across our Sushi Bar, Robata Grill and Kitchen Menu’s.
Head chef Satoshi Kubota lived and worked as a head chef in the South of Japan for many years before heading up one of Brisbane’s premiere restaurants several years ago. Satoshi has exemplary skills as a skilled sashimi chef and in the art of Japanese cooking. His dishes are a reflection of traditional Japanese cooking and some dishes pay homage to international ingredients and cooking techniques.
To make a booking for our al-a-carte Japanese restaurant, simply contact our friendly staff.
For a quick dine-in bite or something on the run, our sushi conveyor menu is your perfect option, there is no need to make a booking for the sushi conveyor, simply call in and we’ll make you very welcome.
Not quite a year had passed since the great Earthquake of 1923 and mass culture had begun to exert an influence on the daily lives of Japanese society. The Modern girl began to appear on the city streets of Tokyo. With her short bob hair doo and her Western style of dress she quickly caught the public eye and became a symbol of a new interwar social phenomenon.
Moga was incarnated in popular culture through such media as magazines (posters and magazine covers seen on our restaurant walls), movies, radio, popular music and Jazz.