The new location of this restaurant is spacious, modern and attractive. The picture menus are easy to understand and it is certainly not expensive for Japanese. The trouble is, it is not really Japanese. Most Japanese restaurants in the Hague are run and owned by Chinese, nothing wrong with that but the quality of ingredients and the execution of the dishes is not of Japanese standards. What we had was adequate (a couple of sushi rolls, some deep fried pork rolls with a watery thousand island dressing??, a red bean icecream without any red bean in it and with a funny colour). A shame Japanese food is being presented this way, Dutch people get the wrong idea.
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