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Ordered sea food ramen with vegetables and fried noodle with jumbo shrimps and some vegetables sauted. All was very well prepared and cooked. Very tasty food. Liked this establishment. Let us say bravo to them.
We were there for the all you can eat and the food was good. They had a tapioca pearl milk on the belt which was excellent. However, not enough variety of sushi and the food on the top belt was warm instead of hot. And...we were not given a detailed bill, just the total. We wanted to hurry to the toilet so we did not waste time to wait for the bill. So I am unsure if they charged us tips or just the water and coffee we ordered extra were expensive. I would not recommend people to order drinks since you will get milk/strawberry smoothie from the belt to quench your thirst. And they accept only cash!More
I rarely write reviews unless the experience is either really good or really bad. This is not one of those really good experiences! This was a choice by my wife and atleast I can blame her for the dodgy stomach that is developing as I...write this. £35 for 2 for all you can eat sushi and a beer each seemed mid/high priced for what was in the food hall so I expected a decent standard, my god was i wrong. You sit next to running lines of plates taking what you want but the selection was so limited and you can tell they were trying to keep costs down which is understandable but you still gotta have some goodies. The king prawns had not had the poop cleaned out, the chicken felt defrosted not fresh and the salmon had no taste. The pineapple tasted off, almost like chlorine. How the heck do you get pineapple wrong??? Avoid like the plague, there are loads of nice places to eat in prague, this is not one of them. I feel my temperature rise as I write this so hopefully this culinary nightmare hasn't ruined my last night in prague....stay turned!More
We went with my daughter for quick dinner. The prices are very high for Prague standards but we hoped at least the food will be decent. Not at all. First they mistaken our order and refused to change to originally ordered. The sushi were not...good at all, the fork and knife were given to me just from hands to hands not wrapped to tablenapkin or similar. The pork stripes were hard to find in the "pork stripes" dish.
And they do not accept credit cards. Cash only.
And they did not give a recipe, only shown on the terminal, so the cash goes without taxes most probably.
So go there only if you want to destroy the day :)More
literally one of the worst meals of my life, the all you can eat sushi was old and the fish was not only extremely low quality but tasted like it has gone off.
The service was appalling and when we asked to speak to the...manager she was extremely rude and argumentative.
We said we were more than happy to pay for the drinks however we were not prepared to pay an extortionate amount for food that we did not eat. When we voiced our concerns the manager was so unprofessional and aggressive and rather than offering the correct customer service and attempting to find a solution to the problem she threatened to call the police if we did not pay for the food that we did not eat.
Poorly presented dishes of the lowest quality of food and horrendous service. My only advice to you is don’t bother with this restaurant or you will not only be sorely disappointed but ripped off as well.More
Running sushi. Not many kinds of sushi. Only very few kinds and types of sushi. A lot of other things. I would imagine that when you call it "running sushi" you would at least expect a certain amount of different sushi. It was the worst...food we have had in Prague. Not recommend this restaurant. And beware...they do not accept credit card and you dont get a bill... they just show you the amount on a tablet.More
Sushis are poor quality, done with poor products. Service is awful, forgetting what you did order, and finally does not accept credit card and forcing you to go to cash machine to pay the bill with no sympathy. So, do not waste your time and...money there please!!More
This running sushi has good price at CZ 418 which is not much and the quality of food is good but not much high quality sushi . The drinks ( beers and cola) are expensive.
All together , it is a good restaurant and worth...a visit .More
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