Small sushi restaurant, nice japanese atmosphere. Sushi very well prepared. Japanese beer available, no wine. Can be cold in winter time.
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The ambiance was grim. I had noodle soup with chicken. Since I couldn't find chicken apart from 3 microscopic pieces,I told the waiter. With good intension he took the soup to the kitchen,and brought it back with few small pieces. Dragon sushi was so so...More
Becaause it is an overseas Japanese restaurant i can not blame them about the taste but the service at least should be done better,because the owner's wife is Japanaese,so she can make the personel to show some Japanese culture to the guests, taste was not...More
Suppose that you were very ambitious eating Sushi but you were in Beyoglu. There is no good option around at the main street.Then you'll find one in back alley. Prices are reasonable tastes are good. They don't have assorted options but have basic meals. Authentic...More
笑顔はなく、いらっしゃいませもありがとうございましたも無し。味は不味くて高い。ここまでひどい日本料理屋、ヨーロッパで初めて見た。内装は綺麗。 not hospitality, non smile, bad taste, too much expensive, fake japanese food restaurant,
Excellent food, staff and atmosphere. Affordable. Traditional japanese decoration and tatami. Best sushi in Istanbul I ever had so far.
I did enjoy the environment. I ate only sushi. It was not bad, but the tuna inside the sushi was not fresh and the "yaki nori" was like "plastic". Also they didn't have Japanese beer Asahi or Kirin Ichiban it's a shame because they are...More
Very cosy yet comfortable restaurant. We had sushi and nigiri. One of the sushis in the Californian roll had tinned tuna which I didn't enjoy. Too much crabsticks in the sushi. Nigiri was lovely. Service was great. They have a traditional seating area which looked...More
This place is like home to me, since I come here every weekend for Japanese classes. I don't know about the food (I've never actually eaten here) But their Japanese classes are great!
We were a family of four (two kids - who loves sushi) and went for a dinner at Bunka´s. But what a rip off. In Sweden you always get served tea and miso-soup for free so we orderd foour miso soups. What a surprise when...More