There are lots of sushi options in the area but Koni is my favorite one, their different combos offer lots of options between konis, rolls, yakisoba, salads. Take out is also available!
Interesting take on sushi as it has a distinct Brazilian vibe, but I definitely works. They do 'combos' which make he whole thing a lot cheaper, so it's worth seeing what you can get and there's loads of substitution options available too. Great if you want a relatively quick bite (although for a sushi place it is slow, but that's... More
It´s really like a fast food of Japanese food. But sometimes its not so fast although it´s always tasty.
I had the Temaki, I wanted to have a bite and then the whole temaki fell apart. They didn't serve a plate with it, so everything was on the table. The Sushi was sweet, I really did not like it. However it is a bit cheaper, I paid 30 reais in total for 1 temaki, one roll and a water.
Fast food - nothing special. Not good nor bad. Just uninteresting and too expensive - no value for money!
People there are kind most of the time, specially the bald buy playing the cashier. Food is good but a little bit expensive
There are lots of really fabulous places to eat sushi in Rio - Koni Store is not one of them. It's a chain based in Zona Sul. Almost everything has cream cheese in it...since when did Japan have anything made with dairy? Avoid - life is too short.
Macdonalds of sushi, cheap cheap cheap quality of fish and high prices.. and the profits are certainly not going to the staff...
Okay, at first it may sound weird. Fast food sushi. Is that even safe? Well, it is. And it is delicious. The Koni Store was a definate highlight of the trip. In fact, it sad that they don't have them in the United States! Try the california roll, and make sure to use the sause. Also, the yakisobas looked fantastic.... More
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