Went here in June with 2 colleagues of mine. Really a cool place , inn and outside . Food was excellent, beer and cocktails 🍹 fine. Welcome song a bit noisy but fits to the location . Next time again @ Gonoachi!
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It is a Japanese-style restaurant with abundant menu. There were plenty of guests' seats, and it was a good atmosphere store.
We went for a late dinner (it was impossible to get reservations sooner) and was worth the wait. We had skewers (pork), tempura, sashimi and crab croquettes, everything was delicious and low key. Loved the casual atmosphere- Try to go if you are in town.
Yes this is the restaurant from kill bill and the atmosphere is great, but this is really more of a tourist venue. They have a lot of foreign staff here, so language is not an issue but i found the food to be average at...More
Went for an early dinner and getting a table was relatively easy. We went in the 3rd floor which specialises in sushi - I think the other 2 maybe are different styles with 1 for sure being grilled food. Anyhow all good with great service...More
Must visit! Amazing Japanese food. You can experience Traditional Japanese dinner and try maki rolls. Food is best quality. Kasseki dinner. Hollywood film "Kill Bill" was shot here And its famous for it. Lots of bars around. Prices are good, totally worth it and like...More
My husband and I were on holiday in Tokyo and thus place came highly recommended by our hotel concierge as well as Tripadvisor, so we thought we couldn't go wrong. Unfortunately, it was our worst dining experience in our life. The cooks were cooking their...More
So this is a trendy place in Tokyo due to the Kill Bill type setting taken from the Tarantino movie. If you do not have a reservation, forget about it. Even with one, you get to wait a fair bit before sitting down. The table...More
If planning to go, go at the start of your visit to Tokyo. It's a great intro to Japanese food and in a really cool setting. Especially if you are a Tarantino fan. But, it has to be said, the food quality doesn't quite measure...More