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We arrived at 21.15, they were pretty fast to take the order but then it took so long for them to prepare it. Between one plate and the other we waited up to 20 minutes.
We asked for some wasabi and soy sauce, they never...came.. still waitingMore
In Milan there are so many ALL YOU CAN EAT but I have never tried one as good as Kama.
Nice, clean simple place, with lights.. :-) not like other that you do not see what you are eating, service is kind and the food...very good.
My favourite is Tiger Roll, it is the one that I use as comparison when it happens to try other places... no way... it is the best.
They have a wide choice of chinese and japanese food.
There are always many clients but the palce is enough big...when I can, I book, to be sure, but it is not necessay.
The price for dinner is about 22 euros.More
It's a typical all you can eat with Chinese staff, but sold like a Japanese restaurant. Every time I get out from a place like that, I promise myself to avoid Chinese sushi. But punctually, every time I have the occasion I go back in...those places. I don't know, something is wrong with me or I love sushi so badly... it doesn't matter. Anyhow, yes, you can have an avarage sushi, chinese beer and a clean place.More
I was a student at the Bocconi University which is located very close to Kama. All I can say is that Kama is one of the things I miss the most from those years :) For lunch the menu is around 12 euros for an...all you can eat menu. This is by far the best all you can eat sushi I have ever had.
My recommendations: Uramaki Ebiten, Tiger Roll, Pollo con le Mandorle (Chicken with almonds), along with all the other regular things like Nighiri which are also great.
If you are up for sushi at a fair price, you won't regret this place !
The only downside is that you might wait for your orders to arrive for a bit, but that is a small price to pay :)More
If you are a tourist they are not strong on English.
I arrived late just before closing but they had no problem serving me.
Food was quick tasty and a reasonable sized portion.
Service generally busy but helpful given the language issue.
Nice range of...various asian dishes.
Good value food and wines. Slight limited wine range but decent and good value.More
The perfect place to eat sushi with friends or a girl! It's not very expensive and the quality is very good! The staff is friendly and professional and the setvice is very fast.. I recommend to drink "Traminer" italian wine, it's awesome and very strong!
We tried several all you can eat in Milan.
I will not say it's not good, but it's really nothing special. An average all you can eat japanese restaurant. Sashimi quality is below the average like in all this kind of restaurants. Sushi is ok....dumplings and other dishes (where actually the quality of raw fish is less evident) are quite good.
Price is ok but not that cheaper than a normal sushi.More
The formula is great and really appreciated by the clients: all you can eat, good quality at good price. And the service is decently fast also when the restaurant is completely full!
I would not say "the best quality in Milan", and I would not...say also "the least expensive Japanese restaurant" in the town.... but the mix is really great (and, at the end, very cheap)!
Many people from 8.30 pm to later in the evening (better to reserve).
Just be aware: it is mandatory to eat everything you ordered to comply with the all-you-can eat price. Drinks are excluded.
Great for a funny dinner with friends; definitely not recommended for a romantic rendez-vous (too noisy)!More
Date of visit: January 2013
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