We had few meals there, their service is very good, and food is nice, most of all we find it different from other restaurant is that they have air conditioners inside.
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We were so glad we came here! The first time we planned to we ended up going to a different restaurant, but tonight we succeeded. The food was amazing - we ordered chicken dumplings, beef and broccoli noodles, chicken curry with rice. For dessert we...More
I couldn't get into the restaurant recommended, so I walked up the street and passed Osaka. At that point, I was a bit tired of bland French food and had hopes for Osaka. The food was ok, the service was very good, but it's best...More
Offers both Japanese and Vietnamese dishes. Fairly cheap prices, nicely cooked food, and welcoming helpful service all made us feel very relaxed. Sometimes this is what you need.
We stumbled across this restaurant by chance. It was reassuringly busy with both local and Asian clientele. The staff guided us through their excellent menu. We had superb fresh Sushi, seafood soup and Dum Sum. The bill put a smile on our faces and we...More
We stumbled across this quaint little place on a cold night, and were very happy that we did. The owner was very flexible to our request, and we ended up having a meal just like back home in Vietnam. The price was very competitive as...More
We only tried the vietnamese food so I can't judge the sushis. The food was good, the service was fast and decent. Good variety of choice on the menu too. It is not the best restaurant ever, but the prices are very good and you...More
Food less than average, service friendly, atmosphere pleasant but the take away traffic detracts somewhat as they mill about in the middle of the small restaurant, Pricing doesn't reflect the casual nature - for a good sushi meal it's over €20.
Appearances are deceptive. The picture of this restaurant should be in the dictionary next to the saying at the beginning of my review. Despite the simple looks of the place, the food is really good and tasty, both the Vietnamese, and the Japanese plates. I...More