We've stopped here in a sunny day to eat some gluten free food. The atmosphere is modern and clean. The rice was great.
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This place was unique in that all your food(except for the the noodles) came out on a conveyor belt type of contraption and you could just choose what you wanted and take it off the belt. It was definitely cool. However, more often than not...More
Although the chefs and staff were not Japanese, the food and hospitality here were at a high level. The sushi was mostly salmon but was fresh and nice. The waitress and the waiter was exceptionally nice with good hospitality, not what you can receive in...More
Running sushi, sushi rolls are ok, but salmon and tuna are not of fresh quality and don't taste well. It's rather worth going to the Oysters bar nearby. Rolls sind geniessbar, dennoch Lachs und Tuna sind sehr durchschnittlich und schmecken nicht wirklich. Da lohnt es...More
We went mostly to taste the Ramen, which was disappointing, too simplified with respect to the original recipe. On the other hand, the sushi was nice and having some fruit was a nice touch to end the dinner.
Kind of similar to shabushi in thailand but without the pot to cook stuff in. I came here knowing there was all you can eat but i just wanted some noodles. It doesn't seem to work like that. Pretty sure its a flat fee of...More
Sen Sushi & Noodles is Great sushi bar. We were walking along the street and saw the restaurant. Since we like sushi we enter and we enjoyed the food and the atmosphere.
Walked past it and decided to give it a go. All you can eat menu for a good price plus excellent service and food quality.Maki and sashimi were just perfect. Tried the hot rice sake as well. Friendly staff and fast service. Definitely recommended.
An excellent selection on the menu and of the ever-channging serve yourself belt in this eat-all-you-want restaurant: I really enjoyed the sea food soup