I always rate restaurants on the basis of four criteria. In order of importance they are: food, service, price and atmosphere. In Oshi's case the food is average, the service great, the price reasonable and the atmosphere closer to a gaming arcade than a restaurant. The computerized interactive tables are great fun and very helpful in deciding what dish to order. Getting to grips on how they work was much easier than I first anticipated but the overall experience was gimmicky, and gimmicks is not what I want form a good restaurant; good food is. Unfortunately, I had better Japanese food in many other places in Cyprus.
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