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While everything in Oslo is expensive this is a good spot to try a good sushi at a reasonable price. The place doesn't look much, as it seems to be preferred for take away, but its quite small and cozy.
The food is quite good...More
I went in the afternoon to get my regular sushi hit. The staff was helpful and the order was delivered quickly. There weren’t many people in the place when I arrived. The place is very small though and I think there might be seating upstairs...More
The sushi menu with 8 inside out maki and 6 nigiri plus a beverage for 145 kr is quite a good deal in Oslo. The miso comes with salmon in it and is tasty. Atmosphere could be better and more comfortable but for a quick...More
We were instantly met by someone who seemed to love their work, he recomended the summerrolls and told us the food was cooked with love! The pices we got were very simple in the best way possible, easy to eat and vegan-friendly! We had avokado...More
I was there right after they opened at 11 am. The place itself is very small only 2 tables, so most of the people ordering to go. I ordered lunch special for 129 krona in which was included miso soup and 10 rolls. That is...More
We have eaten sushi in many places in Norway and in other countries in Europe.
The staff was polite, but the sushi was very poor quality and after the dinner we had stomachache. I think the fish was not so fresh. Instead the vegetarian maki...More
On that point alone, you'll have an idea on the quality of food which also explains the relatively lower pricing compared with an authentic sushi/sashimi restaurant. While lower, prices are still high in expensive Oslo. Go only if you have craving for "Japanese" food. By...More