Wow, the food is yummy and the service great, just add a Bintang or two and a glass of Hatten white wine.
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The food is okay, the atmosphere is great and very niche, perfect for an authentic/classical Japanese experience (surely provokes interesting vision in mind). The only thing holding me back to visit again is the gap between serving locals and gaijin.
Food had strange taste and I wasn't wrong, I get sick all night pucking. Stay away from it. There are many better sushi place in Legian.
This place is delicious and lovely to sit inside. Me and partner come here every time we visit Bali for his work which is upwards of 6 times a year and it's never disappointed. Spicy chicken ramen is awesome and the dumplings with chilli sauce....More
Had some Gozo here which was really tasty! I thought the prices where a little high. However it's Bali and it's becoming more populated so I understand why the prices are a bit high.
Overall the worst place I have visited in Bali probably should have realised when there was only one other table in the building No flavour in any of the dishes, poor service and expensive for what you get Give it a miss!
I came to dine in this little Japanese atmosphere after walking around shops by the street side.. Wanted to try out some Japanese cuisine.. was pretty amaze with the menu and serving portion.. Value for money and We enjoyed it..
After visiting Japan last year we kept saying we must try this restaurant and finally did. This place took us back if briefly to Japan, traditional food traditional atmosphere we loved it we would recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Bali enjoy.
Very good restaurant and the price is now expensive if you compare to the other Japanese restaurants the Staff was very good i would recommend this restaurant