Fresh food, nice environment and excellent service. What else one could wish?! Coming back there when possible and never disappointed.
It is certainly a strong contender to that title. Chef Suetsugu Yosuke has brought 30 years of experience as a sushi master in Japan all the way to our plates in Brussels. The restaurant is a favorite of the Japanese community, so be sure to book as it is not big and always very busy. Sushi and sashimi are fantastic.... More
Fresh Sushi & Sashimi made by a real sushi master. But also many of the other dishes are to die for. Price & quality go hand in hand here. On the other hand, the limited wine card is very reasonably priced.
Very fresh. Let the chef decide. He is the only star in the restaurant. If you look for something traditional that's the place. Athmosphere is rather simple so as decoration. The sushi bar is the place to sit. Booking absolutely. Pricy but worth it. Ideal for business dinner
This is my favorite Sushi restaurant in Brussels, the service is consistent and the food is always a treat. While the variety of sushi is not overwhelming the quality and preparation is always superb. When they have fatty tuna it's a treat. I end up always ordering the sushi special and complimenting with some maki. Please remember it is a... More
We have been to Daigaku several times and have always found it to be reliably very good. This unassuming Brussels home turned restaurant is a lovely place for a quiet dinner. The service is efficient and friendly. The food is absolutely fresh and prepared with tender care. Take a seat at the sushi bar and enjoy.
This place has never been cheap but the quality was very good and we used to go at least once a fortnight. Service was always far from being exceptional but on our last visit it got totally unacceptable. Having almost finish our meal we had to ask for the Miso soup and rice that are supposed to be served with... More
This restaurant quite far off the beaten track, so it is unlikely that customers will walk in from the street on the chance there might be a table free. No, this is a quality Japanese-owned and run restaurant. It has been here for several years and has built up a loyal clientele including a large expat Japanese contingent who see... More
Definitely one of the best Japanese in Brussels and the former Tagawa chef lives up to his reputation. As said by many reviewers you don't have to worry about what you'll eat. On the minus side: not the best location if you need to park your car and the restaurant interior design is quite poor. This is also an expensive... More
I discovered it with a friend that took me there for lunch and it was excellent. Very fresh, authentic and well presented. You absolutely need to make a reservation as the restaurant seems to be full every time. Like in many restaurants in Brussels, the only negative point is the fact that you don't have a lot of space.
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