The young chef can speak English well. You will appreciate that point, especially in Japan.
There is also an English menu for a foreign visitor.
This is my first time to travel to Japan for business, so I would like to experience some sushi but finding a sushi restaurant with English-service is not easy.
For some Southeast Asian, be notice to line up while waiting because this is a sushi standing bar.
Firstly, the chef offered me some drink. Actually, I did not understand a Japanese word so he smiled and offered again: "Tea? Drink?"
Then, he gave me a menu by not only English but also Korean, Thailand and Chinese. A minus point is that the menu just has one page while there are various of sushi (around 50); therefore, the menu just has 4 images of main sushi the price is unavailable (but the practical price is also reasonable and the chef will write the money in front of you whenever he finish a sushi roll)
The staffs also concern you free tea condition, they will actively ask to full your empty teacup.
However, if you go to the place too late, some food will be unavailable anymore. Becarefull.
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