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My experience here was not particularly good or bad. The sushi was decent, though average. The salmon dish we ordered here was a bit on the salty side so I had to keep chugging water down. Otherwise, the staff is attentive and it is located...More
I went İnari in Vadistanbul. This restaurant offers maybe not the best sushi (depends on the personal taste) but the most fresh sushi that I eat in İstanbul. I really enjoyed my time there among with the sushi.
A good variety of japanese food ranging from sushi/sashimi to multiple teppamaki.
In particular the fois gras nigiri are really amazing
In a nice area of Istanbul between ortakoy and bebek.
Good list of cocktail and nice ambience.
It is not about the food as we did not try it!!!
When you make reservation at 10 clock and when arrived at 10.15 they till me the kitchen is closed!!!!!!
Way give reservation at 10 if your kitchen is closed ?!
Restaurant that not...More
This is the best sushi in town by far, If you havent been there, try to make reservation few days before in order to have this experience. Make sure you meet with chef Barlas, he will send you the daily specials as well. Foie gras...More
I have been to Inari 4-5 times and every time I eat there, I enjoy the food and atmosphere soo much that I keep eating in this restaurant. The last time I was there was in November 2017 and we were a group of 6...More
We love sushi and we try to go every sushi restaurant in town. I can say that this is not the best. The sushi is good but the service is bad. Our order was wrong but we did not send it back. Too many waitress...More
Nice menu, ok food, not okay prices. Creative sushi and roll menu (foie gras, fried rice), but the fish tasted as just defrosted. The toro sashimi very disappointing, great foie gras sushi. We paid $70 x person without alchool
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