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Japanese Bar &
Fine dining restaurant


  • If you are feeling unwell, please stay home and rest. Our staff have the right to refuse entry if you are showing any signs of illness.
  • Please maintain a 1.5m distance from others at all times.
  • 10 guests are only permitted per seating slot and seatings are strictly limited to 2 hours for dinner and 1.5 hours for lunch.

For enquiries please email us at or call 0488 034 375


A seat at our coveted chef's table offering a bespoke elevated experience in cuisine, experience, and craft.

Venue Details

368 Kent St, Sydney(02) 9262 1350

The Offerings

A team of Japanese chefs and mixologists applying their international experience at award-winning restaurants and bars, to Kuro.

Kuro Dining

Presenting a distinct menu created to share, uniting familiar Japanese flavours with stellar Australian produce.

Kuro Bar

Experience Japanese mixology with our world-class mixologists from Tokyo and their unique classic & experimental cocktail list.

brew Bar

An innovative brew-bar offering patrons an extensive selection of speciality coffees, teas and pastries.

Teramoto by Kuro

Coming Soon : An intimate, fine dining degustation for just ten guests. Offering an upscale culinary experience.

The Team

A Japanese team of chefs and mixologists bringing their unique approach towards bar & dining to Sydney.

Taka Teramoto

Having worked in France, Japan and Australia, Taka’s approach to food reflects his international experience and passion for Australian produce.

His menus are a platform for him to tell a story, honour the whole ingredient, apply a mastery of techniques and challenge tradition.

Nobu Maruyama

With an extensive culinary portfolio developed in Japan and Australia, Chef Nobu Maruyama marries classic Asian flavours and techniques with Australian ingredients in his contemporary menu at Kuro Dining.

Fumiaki Michishita

Having developed his career at all kinds of bars in Japan and from his travels in Europe, Fumiaki Michishita creates cocktails almost like traditional Japanese crafts, simple and refined, calculating even the finest detail.

The Architecture

Housed within a historical building dating back to 1910, Kuro’s interiors seamlessly blend understated sophistication with exquisite detail.

The iconic Japanese art form ‘kintsugi’ is a centuries-old Japanese tradition of mending broken ceramics with gold. This technique has inspired the architecture and aesthetics of Kuro.


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