Shizuku is not your average Japanese restaurant. That’s partly because we serve the best ramen in Melbourne, and partly because our menu has a creative flair. Unlike other Japanese venues we also offer a serious selection of craft beer. And while we could go on about how ramen and beer is the perfect pair, there’s only one way to discover it for yourself.
Flavour comes first, whether we’re talking about our traditional ramen stock that takes a whole day to make or the unique brews we import from all over Asia. Not sure which beer, sake or umeshu matches your food? Just ask.
The Shizuku kitchen team serves innovative dishes with a traditional touch. Solo diners can take advantage of ramen lunch deals, groups can book ahead and feast on Izakaya-style sharing dishes (try the karaage popcorn chicken), and we can organise everything from Japanese gyoza to ramen burgers for private functions.
And if you’re wondering what’s in a name, Shizuku is Japanese for ‘droplets’. It’s because we care about every drop of ramen and each drop of craft beer that hits your belly. So next time you’re in Victoria Street, Melbourne’s Vietnamese precinct, don’t settle for anything less than the best Japanese in town.