You have choices of Japanese food for lunch or dinner though it's a bit pricey. The setting, services, and food quality might be worth for this.
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We're big Japanese food fans and asked around for the best in town. Long faces followed and I guess we should have got the message. This is Japanese food, the setting is that of a typical Japanese restaurant, the chefs look the part, the menu...More
We had a very good meal but it was quite expensive. Service was only adequate. It is clean and cheery with more employees than guests. I would go back for the quality of the food.
If you want fresh, tasty sushi, then Fuji is the place you want to go. This clean, spacious restaurant has efficient waiters and chefs who will deliver your order with precision and speed. The miso soup is very good and the sushi is consistently good....More
Wow!! This is hands down the best Japanese food I've ever had. It was brilliant!! The platter I had was unbelievably big for one person to manage which is not what I'm used to when eating Japanese but eat it I did .. And with...More
Ordered a bentobox. The fish was of extremely poor quality and the sushi's were not fresh at all!! Staff don't speak English and really worse trained, while there are so many tourist in there. I've been to many many of Japanese (chain)restaurants before, but this...More
After living in Thailand I became familiar with Fuji. The prices in Vientiane are much more expensive than Thaiand. Even if you convert from local currency to Thai, it's more expensive. One constant remained....the quality was great.
We are frequent diners at Fuji restaurants when we visit Thailand so we were interested to try the Lao version. The menus were essentially the same as in Thailand but the prices were higher. The quality of the food was comparable. Service was satisfactory and...More
The place is always busy with tourist and locals alike, but I don't understand why, especially in a city with such great food variety and quality. I lived in Japan for two years in the 90's, so maybe I'm bit of a Japanese food snob....More