Good Japanese food. Eat Agadashi-Tufo soup and tampura jambo shrimps. Best sitting on the bar near the Sushi-man.
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I really wanted sushi and my husband and I decided to check this place out. It's in a secluded little courtyard with a number of other restaurants and we were excited to check it out. It was okay. I ordered the udon soup and it...More
Quality of the food and service from the waiters. I still think this is the best sushi that I have had outside Japan. I asked at the end for a double espresso but they don't do espresso coffee. The waiter left the restaurant and reappeared...More
This place still has decent (but expensive) sushi. It's decent and probably among the best in Jerusalem. It's worth mentioning that it used to have _amazing_ world grade sushi but the last few times it was just good not great - I guess it depends...More
We wanted to have sushi for dinner, so the concierge at our hotel suggested Sakura. It took us some time to find it, since it's located in an alley in a hidden place. The place itself is small and kinda strange, but it lacks in...More
Pro: Fast service, good selection. Con: food (Edamame) already cold when served, fried fish on a sushi platter, they kept wanting to take our half finished plates, "uninterested" waitors, pricey. We wouldn't go again.
Went with two good friends for an early dinner, found the place totally empty yet our waiter was not attentive. This was my second occasion visiting this place and on both visits I've found the fish in the sushi to be very fresh. The booth...More
It was once a great restaurant. Perhaps one of the bet Japanese restaurants in Israel. But, the owner has changed, and so was the food and service. Not so fresh fish and vegetables. Waiters that don't know which fish are on the plate, and don't...More