Modern and upscale establishment - I only wished they had traditional tables as opposed to all teppan-yaki - great dishes - very pricey for Mexican standards.
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One of Acapulco’s brand new ‘happening’ hot spots, this Benihana style restaurant is located in the suburbs’ Diamante and its La Isla shopping center. The minute you enter and walk down the stairs into the dining room, you’re greeted by waterfall style glass walls, vaulted...More
Amazing food, but extremely expensive. This restaurant is owned by an Asian Chain called Suntory. Its known for the high quality of their food. And shu its not an exception. Great food and service in everything you order. Its worth it if money its not...More
Shu was a delightful surprise. We were headed elsewhere but parking opened up in front so . . . When we entered, the hostess guided us to the hibachi tables so we had to clarify our preference for sushi. After seating, the waiter was attentive...More
We went for dinner with five colleagues on a business trip. The service and the ambiance were excellent. Table arrangement/layout is great to break the ice and have a nice chat. There's a good wine selection: we chose a Luigi Bosca Malbec (Argentina, 2010) and...More
We went to the restaurant on a sunday night. Around 9pm. The building is beautiful, great design, waterfall entrance etc. The menu was amazing. I found most interesting all of those long numbers for dishes that would delight a Japanese businessman. The waiters and hostesses...More
Shu is located in an upscale mall nestled between the airport and the main tourist area. There is nothing around the area except for this giagantic mall filled with plenty of food and shopping options. We walked in to Shu with no reservations but luckily...More
This place is very good that the best thing to do is to reserve your place. Nicely decorated, attended and served that is good all around. No flaws either if you go as a couple or with friends.