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This is a friendly, family-run restaurant with excellent fresh food, service and atmosphere. There is a buffet and an à la carte menu. The buffet serves a wide variety of delicious dumplings and sushi.
Italy is for pizza, pasta and gelato. But who says you can't have Jap food in Milan? My friends and I indulge Atsuki Grill's festive sushi. I haven't been in Japan yet but for me their food is the bomb! They use fine ingredients and...More
It was the most horrible experience we ever had in Milan!! The food was either overcooked or undercooked. The sushi was made with canned tuna and a massive overload of mayo and was warm because it had been on the buffet for too long. We...More
As we have lived in Tokyo for a few years, every now and then we need our Japanese food fix. This was a new discovery for us and we were pleasantly surprised. The food is authentic enough but it was strange being served by young...More
We love to go to Atsuki, it's well organized , with a self service side with sushi, sashimi and also some cooked choices, or you can order your teriyaki at the table. They are always quick, efficient and with a big smile. We'll be back!
The relationship price and quality is really good.bufet is rich and interesting, the staff I very kind, the atmosphere is really nice ans chill.the prices are accesible for everyone.I will go back.it became my favourite place
Once a quartet we stop by to go for some Sushi. Very calm atmosphere. Very friendly and fast service. No matter which Sushi variation you will choose....it simply rocks! Also the owner is personally taking care about everyone whenever she has some free minutes. If...More
After days of eating everything else but Asian food, as Asians, we crave for some rice at one point or another! So after accidentally stumbling into Atsuki Grill because the Chinese restaurant opposite is closed, we were well fed & happy, I must say!
Date of visit: January 2013
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