they are so original and serve the real japanese sushi. unlike sushi tei that already has some touches, ryoshi keeps their menu traditional. the fish are fresh and they have a good service. maybe just a little bit patience to wait for your food, but the taste worth the long wait. im comparison to sushi tei, ryoshi has more outlets that spread everywhere around bali. kuta, seminyak, sanur, etc. and their outlets are well designed. just feel the ambience. the price itself is slightly higher than sushi tei. my all time favorite is the bento box. in a box you'll get rice, chicken yakiniku, some fresh sashimi (tuna and one other fish which is seasonly change), salad, miso soup and tempura for a really reasonable price. i always enjoy each visit.
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