Had to have a break from duck, and chose this improbable venue for a light supper. The restaurant has echoes of 70's decor but it offers lovely sushi - we had the tempura and spring roll starters(not fried but in a very delicate rice paper). The mains of Japanese style chicken was succulent although the accompanying rice needed more flavour. The japanese style beef was a bit disappointing - perhaps too modified for western tastes. Overall at euros20 per head not bad value, and it would be worth trying more of the sushi menu as the western style adaptations were not as good. The menu was clearly designed for the tourist market with lots of brightly coloured photographs but it's worth looking beyond this as the sushi is noteworthy.
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