Very bad, they serve some fish parts and call it sashimi... Poor service, poor food... Try another restaurant around...
We had lunch here on a Sunday afternoon and left feeling very disappointed. The prices are very high, the quality of the food very low and the decor is shabby and not well maintained. The rice in the sushi is incredibly sour because of how much vinegar is used and the main course (pinchos of various types of seafood) was... More
Next to the Four Seasons, it has a good location. The food was absolutely wonderful ! Our family had the best steak and salmon we've had in Argentina. Only one person had sushi and thought it was great. Highly recommend!
We didn't have a reservation and had to wait for 40 minutes to get in, after that we first were promised that a table would be ready in 10 minutes. When we finally got a table we didn't get a menu - the waiter didn't listen and didn't pay any attention to us at all. When people that got their... More
Enjoyable but not so sure about the cream cheese in the sushi rice rolls. The waitress did warn me. I expected rice with wasabi and fish on top ... But most of the Club Sushi combo ... Like a nigiri was made up of rice with things inside .. Mainly cream cheese. Crispy prawns great. Lemon icecream tangy. Watch out... More
We had Sushi delivered to a Hotel in Palermo. Stick to Salmon sashimi and you'll be happy. Anything else is a disappointment.
We came to this place suggested by local friends and within walking distance from our hotel the Panamericano. The ambiance is very nice and trendy. The staff was tremendously efficient. We had a very heavy day and asked to turn off the music, so they changed our table in an other area and went to regulate the volume on the... More
The wait staff was very helpful and the food was great. We were there in the afternoon and it wasn't busy, however walked by it at night and they were full. The average price of a roll was about $12 US. We would go again.
After eating Asado (BBQ) everyday, we decided to give ourselves a break and went for Sushi. The place is elegant and nice and the service is cordial and punctual. Th sushi itself is nothing memorable and, even the "fusion" or more creative rolls we ordered, were quite ordinary, where the most ambitious combination was salmon and cream cheese in the... More
The sushi was good, but everything, every single piece of sushi or sashimi was salmon based (and they use cream cheese for everything). The service was good to, but they do not have traditional sushi bars to sit at (which we prefer). Bottom line, don't try to satisfy your sushi fix in Buenos Aires!
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