As an Asian and a frequent traveller to Japan, this place is just okay. The fish is fresh but very steeply priced, about 4 or 5 times more than what you pay in Japan. Don't expect connoisseur choices like sea urchin or yellow tail. A plate of fruits costs EUR 4.50. A plate of octopus appetizer costs EUR 7.50. We ordered the sushi set which is a bit more economical than ordering a la carte, but it's still EUR 18.50 for a set with 6 pieces of nigiri sushi and 8 pieces of small maki roll. The udon with tempura prawns was okay, but the dashi soup isn't authentically Japanese and the taste of bonito and kelp wasn't there. The sushi chefs are mainland Chinese, not Japanese and that might account for the unauthentic taste. I guess you pay for the location and convenience. If you desperately need a break from pasta and pizza, this place is still a viable, albeit not great, option.
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