Hagi is well placed on a corner street to encourage diners. There's not much in terms of atmosphere and if you haven't booked and have to sit inside, it definitely makes for an ordinary meal out, not for a special occasion. It is very popular during the high season, so a reservation is vital. The food is as good as any other Japanese restaurant, the notion of 'fresh' being the decisive reason for choosing Japanese food in the first place. Our service was not that good, and we did feel we had been left in a corner, which is unusual for an eatery in Thailand, irrespective of which cuisine is offered. There isn't much in terms of competition, so and one wonders if there were more Japanese restaurants, would it be the top one of choice.
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