They have a broad selection of veg Sushi. The restaurant is large and spacious so even on a busy night we got a space. Overall great experience.
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My first visit to a Japanese restaurant ever and first taste at Japanese cuisine so the overall experience itself was interesting. Furusato is located in the heart of Westlands and is a bungalow that has been converted into a restaurant. There is ample parking space...More
We were a large group on a Monday night for a late dinner in October. For a Monday evening the place was quite busy. We skipped the Teppanyaki and ordered several sushi and sashimi boats as well as teriyaki prawns and chicken wings. The food...More
Had dinner there last night. 10 of us. A well served chefs recommended tepanyaki and a vegetarian tepanyaki. Seafood was very fresh. The vegetable salad served as amuse bouche freshly cut with a very tasty dressing. A very good experience in dining.
Having visited the other Japanese restaurants in the city, I was eager to try out Furusato for the first time. My date and I went for dinner. We opted for tempura prawns as a starter and selected a tepanyaki set, this portion was enough for...More
We met for a dinner that eventually took 4 hours. The wait was long especially when we wanted to order. We weren't a very large table and dishes came to the table in different times so we weren't eating together. Besides that - the food...More
Furusato has a wide variety of amazing fish cuisines, very good arrangement for groups, entertaining cook right at your seat
Furusato is predominantly a diplomatic, expat hangout in Parklands, Nairobi. Dinner is always nice and quiet with a mature crowd. The outside area is spacious, however with limited seating arrangement as the majority of the space is taken up by the parking. Teppanyaki (only offered...More
We always go to Furusato when in Nairobi. The menu has something for everyone from sushi to teriyaki. I had garlic chips and beef teriyaki. Great food. Pure garlic!! All washed down with a Gilbeys Gin & Tonic and Italian soave. One not to miss...More