They ran out of white fish which is half of the menu from the beginning of service. The food is ok but very overpriced for what it is. There are many better alternatives in the city.
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We love our top notch sushi restaurants like nobu, Roka and zuma but although the food and drinks in this place are good, it isn’t exceptional. And although i don’t mind paying a lot for a good meal this place is massively over priced!!! £12...More
This was the best meal we had in Buenos Aires, maybe the best meal we have had period. Ask the servers what to order, we had our server pick our whole meal which included a good mix of all the different menu sections. Everything we...More
Prices do not match the quality of the food. Most unforgivable, seen this is a Japonese restaurant, is the quality of the fisch served. My wife had a chevice with whitefisch that had zero taste. Mine with trout was somewhat better. Next we had schrimps,...More
Our second visit to Osaka, albeit with a few years in between! We went on a late booking on a very busy Saturday night and were not disappointed. The food was truly excellent, and this meal rates as one of the best we have had...More
Normally a sushi bar is a great place for a Solo diner to sit. Lots to watch, interaction with the sushi chef, fresh fish in the chiller right in front of you, but not at Osaka. Although I went early to avid the crush on...More
We had a fabulous meal at Osaka in Palermo--Japanese/Peruvian fusion. If you eat fish, this is an excellent spot. The music wasn't great, but the food was unusual and very tasty. The fish,the sauces and the rice were all flavored with interesting spices, and the...More
The food is very good and creative. More crative than a tradicional Japonese food restaurante, because it is a fusion of Japanese food with Peruvian. The service is attentive but cracks in recommending always the most expensive products in the house.