First of all, the food was fine. Japanese-ish, though not exactly what you'd find in Japan. I had the Tokyo Bowl, which was essentially a chicken teriyaki donburi (or bowl), but there was far too little rice in in it. Never had a donburi in Japan or elsewhere with so little rice and in such a shallow bowl. The taste was all fine, but given the volume, or lack thereof, and the ingredients (all commonly available in Mexican markets), I don't think the price of 80 pesos was warranted. I could get a bigger bowl in Japan for the same cost.
Service was a mix. Quick to take orders and bring out the food; slow to pick up your payment for the dinner. Of course, that might just have been the waiter at the time.
The place is pleasant inside and generally comfortable, and it had a very nice bathroom.
All in all, it was fine for a change of pace lunch, but I don't think it hits the "delicious" mark. If it does, it is strictly doing so on the free ride that it being Japanese brings. It is tasty enough though, so if you want something different and aren't too fussy about the authenticity of the items served, and you don't mind spending a little bit more than warranted, then you will be fine.
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