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Cafe de Kikaku Japanese Restaurant

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Cafe de Kikaku Japanese Restaurant

20 Walkview Walk

Docklands Melbourne

Ph: (03) 9670 6828


Restaurant type: Japanese Cuisine - casual dining


Opening hours:

Open for lunch Tues - Fri 12pm - 2.30pm Dinner Tues - Fri 6pm - 9pm and Sat 5pm - 9pm


BYO/Licensed: Fully Licensed and BYO wine only


Menu Price range: Reasonable



Restaurant description: A casual dining restaurant serving mainly Japanese and Asian fusion cuisine. A mixture of Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian and Vietnamese. Located at Docklands a short walk from Etihad Stadium.


Restaurant Website: Facebook page


Last updated 26th January 2011

Cafe De Kikaku Japanese Casual Dining Docklands




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  Cafe De Kikaku Japanese Restaurant Reviews

Review submitted 29th June 2011 - review from Genevie Murray

Excellent service, friendly staff, good food and value. Been back quite a few times now, highly recommended.

Review submitted 4th May 2011 - review from Sharon Lee

This street side cafe serve best food and drink. A nice concept place with unique Asian dishes. It is a perfect place for a quiet, romantic dinner. (=

Review submitted 23rd April 2011 - review from Becky Lambert

I have always found Cafe de Kikaku to be a great place for dinner. Food has always been beautifully presented. The service is polite, hospitable and unpretentious. The NY galbi is fantastic and Belgian fondant is heavenly. My husband insists that we visit Cafe de Kikaku at least twice a month.

Review submitted 5th March 2011 - review from Jason Yeoh

Café de Kikaku is a perfect meeting place, a place where you can take your time to eat and sit for a nice chat after meal. It offers some varieties of homemade desserts, rice dishes and Ramen (noodle soup).

Review submitted 20th February 2011 - from Carl Sonnenberg

Great food and dessert! went there with a group of friends, we tried different kind of foods. We ordered Afro Chicken and Soft Shell Crab for entree, great taste! For main, we ordered: Beef Ribs (Galbi), Sizzling Chicken (Joen?), Sake Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken. All are excellent. Plus dessert, Chocolate Fondant, Brownies Cheesecake and Date Pudding. Perfect Dinner!

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