The restaurant is cozy and pleasant. A little bit too cold inside. Very good service and good food. The portions were a little bit too small except the fish soup. They have good wines too. A little bit overpriced.
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it will always be one of my favorite places fro lunch, when I'm in the city center of Bruges. It is fun to watch the chef preparing the yummy foods on the teppanyaki. The authentic Japanese flavors, hospitality and friendly staff, are absolutely a plus....More
Beautiful authentic Japanese style interior. Small menu with typical dishes that are carefully prepared and beautifully executed on the plate. More sophisticated than the average Japanese restaurants I have been to but you have to be willing to pay the price. Flavors were excellent!
Restaurant decoration and interior design is quite good. Sushi fish cuts were also good, but service was poor- wrong dish delivered, I requested to change, wrong dishes left on the table and my son ate one of the rolls as he was hungry- that dish...More
we always prefer to visit this Japanese restaurant for lunch, to enjoy the bento box. different surprising little dishes, prepared with fresh products. You never know what yu will get, but it is always a treat. I tried the Japanese gin tonic for apéro and...More
The Flemish chef of Tanuki spent some years in Japan getting acquainted with the Japanese kitchen. He now serves a delicious classical kitchen and his specialty is teppanyaki. If you have never eaten Japanese, I would strongly recommend to try the Tsuru menu, which takes...More
Beautifully decorated and cosy place. Very busy. Service was friendly and attentive. A small seaweed appetizer was presented with our tea and was followed by a variety of sushi (16 pieces) and tempura (5 pieces) All very good. Our main meal was the wagyu beef...More
Over 1 year ago I already visited Tanuki and wrote a review. It was not very positive, mainly due the fact that I felt we paid way too much for what we got. Last month we decided to give them a second chance. Instead of...More
You have sushi bars everywhere. You have the better Japanese restaurant and then you have Tanuki. This takes Japanese cuisine to a higher level. Tradition and innovation. The real wagyu beaf, not THE 50/50 mix between wagyu and other cow breeds you find in other...More