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SEIZAN JAPANESE RESTAURANT
& 1F KARAOKE BAR 566 Hay Street, Perth
PHONE (08) 9325 5980
Seizan Japanese Restaurant & 1F Karaoke Bar | Function Concepts
Enjoy authentic Japanese fare in
stylish surrounds, before heading
upstairs to belt out a few tunes.
PLACE Hidden along Hay Street, the venues
are easy to miss from outside, but too much fun
to leave once you’re inside.
NUMBERS The restaurant seats up to 120
people, while the private room seats up to 22.
The karaoke bar can accommodate 80 people.
FOOD Seizan offers an array of sushi, sashimi
and other traditional fare. Set menus are
available and the teppan yaki bar is a drawcard,
showcasing the theatre of Japanese dining.
DRINK Seizan’s drinks list includes West
Australian wines from MadFish and Devil’s Lair,
Asahi and other imported and local beers, and
all your favourite spirits.
DETAILS The restaurant and private room are
on the ground floor, while the snazzy karaoke
bar, and all the late-night fun, are upstairs.
When the occasion calls for a
fun night out with friends or
colleagues, Seizan Japanese
Restaurant & 1F Karaoke Bar tick all the boxes.
While the restaurant and private room are
located on the ground floor, the karaoke bar is
upstairs and together, these dynamic venues
offer the ultimate party experience.
In Seizan Japanese Restaurant, the decor
follows a ‘contemporary meets traditional’
theme. Sleek, dark-wood tables and bright
blue cushions are offset by Japanese-inspired
prints, ornaments and screens.
1F Karaoke Bar has an intimate, club-like
ambience with mood lighting, plush red
armchairs and booth seating.
There are several options for functions – you
can choose a set menu, or have traditional
Japanese fare cooked at your table. There’s
also the teppan yaki barbecue where the
chef prepares the food right in front of you –
dicing, chopping and grilling everything from
prawns and scallops to lobsters and steaks.
The dinner and karaoke package is the
ultimate Seizan experience – after dinner,
guests can head upstairs for a few drinks,
some dancing and plenty of singing.
Whether your guests are satisfied after
some traditional Japanese fare, or they end
up belting out 80s power ballads, one thing’s
for sure – they’re not likely to forget your
function at Seizan in a hurry.
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