Food was good. Staff were helpful and friendly. Just a few minutes to walk to the station. But the prices are little bit pricey in my opinion.
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I was quite dubious about this restaurant mainly because of the two different cuisines, I always think surely they can't do both well. But I saw it had good reviews and I'm a big sushi fan so decided to try it out. We only had...More
Lovely staff and the food was lovely too! Came out hot, I had chicken and it was soft and tender and not dry which was lovely along with spaghetti and was perfectly seasoned. Very clean place and nice and spacious between tables so you didn't...More
Two Kitchens is a really interesting idea. A Japanese menu and a Tuscan menu, I had my starter from the Japanese menu, peanut chicken satay sticks, and my main from the other, gluten free pizza. I was there with three friends, we all enjoyed our...More
We decided to try this restaurant as my daughter loves Japanese food. We wasn't disappointed it was really nice.We went on a Saturday afternoon, the restaurant was quiet but started to fill as we were halfway through our meal. The staff here are very welcoming...More
I've been here twice now, within a month and both times have been very disappointing. Both times we have been offered literally the first table in the restaurant so I wasn't actually sure what the rest of the restaurant looks like, which is a shame......More
Yes, it's a weird concept and the décor is a bit strange, but the Japanese food (haven't tried the Italian) is great. Go there now! Strange but scrumptious, particularly sashimi and crab.