I like Japanese as much as the next person, but the food here was very different to what I expected. Firstly, if you're an English speaker that can't read or speak Italian or Japanese then don't bother as you will end up with what we ended up with. My soba was cold with odd ingredients in it and I couldn't identify what they were. The sushi rolls were tiny and bite size for 8 euros. The staff were friendly but unable to give assistance due to the language barrier. Still confused on what it was I ate. All I know is I could spend 50 euros elsewhere and be more fulfilled.
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