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Sushi all you can eat very good. The restaurant is clean and elegant, the staff is kind. The menu guarantees sashimi and gunkan even at lunch with a good value for money. Fresh raw fish served in very interesting dishes.
All you can eat is really good option if you are really hungry. Stuff is very friendly but sadly they don't speak English. Otherwise food was delicious. Plates are smaller but this is actually practical - so you can try lots of different things.
Nicer and faster service than a few earlier reviewers reported. Interesting menu with a different balance than usual here among Japanese and Chinese dishes.
We ordered a dozen plates among the two of us. Some were more than acceptable, including temakis and some rolls with...papaya or eel. Three or four, including miso soup, a roll with raw shrimp and goma wakame were unpleasant - for how they were prepared, rather than freshness. Nigiri were nondescript, with fish barely appreciable over the rice flavor.
Standard price, with water quite a bit more expensive than usual.
There's so many of them, try another.More
Date of visit: May 2016
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