Ambience and decoration is very nice, touch of japanese style, quite dark, well structured space for quite some privacy.
We had sushi and teppanyaki. Sushi was disappointing for me, it was not bad, but outside of Egypt you can definitely get much better one. The choice is balanced between local and imported fishes.
What is really good is teppanyaki, done by Egyptian chef in japanese dress, but the guy knew what he was doing. Tasty fresh meat, well prepared with nice preparation just in front of you.
It's really pricey even for Intercontinental in Cairo.
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