Nippon Fare has a strong family history dating back to as early as 1990.
The original owners, Noriko and Neville Gliddon, set out to create an affordable menu of quality Japanese dishes at a time when Japanese take away stores were few and far between.
Noriko, originally from Shikoku and Osaka in Japan, created a menu that she could be proud of, with an emphasis on the use of only top quality ingredients and precise, authentic Japanese cooking techniques.
In 2007 the business was purchased by Neville and Noriko’s son, Andrew, and his wife Sinead. Sinead now manages the day to day operations of the business and she remains committed to maintaining the emphasis on quality, yet at an affordable price. Having spent some time living in Japan and gaining an appreciation for Japanese food, Sinead and Andrew are excited to have been given the opportunity to continue the Nippon Fare name.
Nippon Fare was voted Perth’s best sushi by 94.5fm online poll. Over years it has also been featured in the West Australian with a recent article naming Nippon Fare as one of the top two sushi producers in Perth. Nippon Fare can also been found in the most recent edition of the Perth Food Guide.
While a few new menu items have been added over recent years, Sinead and Andrew don’t dare tinker with the items perfected over many years by Noriko.