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Food was cooked fresh to order & was delicious. Meals could be adjusted to accommodate dietary requirements.Staff were friendly & nothing was too much trouble. Only down side was it was so noisy but we were there on a busy Saturday night.
We were wandering around trying to find a nice place for dinner and were thrilled to find this restaurant. The staff was friendly and helpful with our menu selections and our meals were delicious. It is the kind of place that I was already thinking...More
Good Service, staff are very helpful and attentive, however the food is so so average nothing special. The prices are too way expensive. Definitely their is a lot of different restaurants and offering better prices.
Great food as usual. Had the Soyamari to start which is incredible! I love the Calamari too and would highly recommend both.
Mains aren’t too big of over facing!
When I ordered mine (Spicy Seafood Noodles) I was told it’s ‘spicy’ and for once it...More
Busaba has a really wide variety on the menu, everyone is bound to be able to find something they like. The place has a great vibe, prices are very reasonable, great 2 for 1 cocktail and beer offers and the food was very tasty. Location...More
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We ordered 3 dishes, and none of them we actually liked...
The price is not worth it, we have paid around 50£ and its not worth at all..... Also, its very noisy inside the resturant...
Slow service but they were nice
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