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After being slipped land animal mickeys for like a day I thought I would give my insides a break from what Buenos Aires call vegetarian.
Small, VERY new.
Crazy friendly staff.
The fish choices are limited but what I had, Salmon, is not my go...More
The food was decent - however, in Uruguay and Argentina sushi restaurants use a lot of cream cheese to make sushi - this is terrible but nothing to do about it, a local idiocracy, we know that and did go anyway, the problem was the...More
Date of visit: March 2018
Thank Philip B
Noelia799, Propietario at Sho Sushi, responded to this reviewResponded May 15, 2018
Your opinion its very valuable for us!!!
We will take this to improve our performance and give a better service.
Sat on the terrace outside at the back of the restaurant which was breezy and sweet with fairylights hung from the trees. The sushi was decent, and fresh. Cream cheese seems to be a common thing in sushi in BA, so that was in a...More
In one of the most touristic places of Buenos Aires, you will find this Sushi place, great taste , very good attention and the best part is the owner of the restaurant works as a chef and his wife in the tables, so for sure...More
We decided to go to sushi after having too many heavy meals and this was perfect.
The owner and host is very warm and helpful.
We decided to have a ceviche entree and 30 piece mixed set meal and it did not disappoint.
Such a nice place, friendly people and best sushi I had in years. Freshly made in front of me. If you go on wednesday you can taste a big part of the menu in 2 hours. But I think every day is a good day...More
Date of visit: June 2016
Noelia799, Propietario at Sho Sushi, responded to this reviewResponded June 21, 2016
We´re so pleased that you enjoy our offer and thanks for sharing it!!! Hope see you when you come back to Buenos Aires!
I'm not the biggest fan of sushi, but this was a pleasant surprise. The chef is from Venezuela and creates sushis venezolan style all the way. I liked the ones with crunchy crust (panko)! Warm sushis!!! Totally new to me and very tastefull. Give it...More
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