A restaurant serving Japanese dishes , sashimi , meat, vegetables tempura , salads . Food ok not great . Service ok . Nice design .
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The restaurant that was filming location to kill bill is a great place for everyone that might be a little bit afraid to dive into the very traditional Japanese cuisine straight away. It has a lot of different Japanese dishes on its menu, such as...More
Went here for dinner a warm autumn evening and was not disappointed. Seated straight away and was spoken to in both Japanese and English. Lovely yakitori- I recommend the asparagus and bacon. Reasonable price as well- I had no idea this restaurant was in kill...More
A rather large Japanese restaurant with 2 sections, one only for sushi. Great view and modern Japanese interiors. Very friendly service and English speaking staff. Splendid sushi, sashimi and side dishes as you would expect it. Next to a dominating number of Japanese guests you...More
A restaurant that was featured in Kill Bill was wonderful. The food was outstanding. The surroundings were very enjoyable.
No frozen prepared food for Gonpachi! (and I checked). There is a good variety of different Japanese food, the view high in the building is amazing and the general Japanese mood of the restaurant is really nice and calm.
This was a fun experience even for the typical squeamish American taste buds. Very popular. Loud. Nice view of the area.
We read a lot about this place being touristic and overrated. Ok it is quite crowded and we were lucky to be accepted without reservation. But we were definitely not disappointed about the food. We had the best yakitori ever! And the staff was helpful...More
Very pleasant place and atmosphere and a spectacular view of the city (but only if you happen to sit on a table near the windows). A bit too touristic. Food is good and service also (although it can be a little slow sometimes). Try the...More