Enjoyed it very much. Reasonably priced. The staff could speak English and with V Translate we could talk with chefs even better.
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Since we cannot afford "Sukiyabashi Jiro", we settled with this wonderful sushi shop in Ginza. Sushizanmai has several shops in Tokyo area. We chose the table seat in the basement. We had a seafood salad, a seafood tempura and a grilled sea eel for side...More
I like that the staff are very friendly and they warmly interact with the customers. Of course the food here is top quality as a sushi restaurant in Tsukiji should be.
A tiny sushi bar with 2 chefs cutting for you the best quality fish you will ever eat. Of course there is the normal, semi-fat and fatty tuna but there are also less common fishes such as barracuda which was divine! We very much enjoyed...More
On a rainy weekday evening, there are still people waiting outside the restaurant. As Asian we have been to many sushi restaurant and we are used to the speed of sushi chef. The noise does not bother me at all. The problem is: what's the...More
after eating sushi at a couple of high-end places, I wanted to get some conventional, run-of-the-mill sushi. The prices are very reasonable, and the quality is high. Even the sushi chefs speak and understand enough English to be helpful. This is a chain, and the...More
Restaurant in the Tsukiji market area, noisy and with lots of people coming in and out. Chefs' speed is impressive and the sushi is some of the best I had in Japan. Simple decoration and building; everything is focused on fresh and delicious food.
1) should try the raw seafood.. So gooddddd and fresh 2) the restaurant is comfortable for those who bring infant with stroller to dine in.. Air conditioned and very nice for a family despite the location in the market.. 3) the menu does not vary...More
After browsing the fish market, this place was perfect for lunch. The staff were warm, and we got brave and tried a bunch of things we had never tried before - salmon roe, octopus, scallop - but the medium fatty tuna and the eel were...More