This is a nice discovery of Nikkei food in Santiago. The food was really great tasting and the service was really quick and kind.
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Slow service, it took more than half an hour to get two sushi rolls. Strange food. We ordered a ceviche and it came in such a small portion compared to other tables that we had to complain. The re filled but the experience was damaged...More
Once a pioneer of nikkei cuisine its now a pitty excuse for a restaurant They rarely have the ingredients to produce half their menu, which at this price point is unacceptable Please dear friends reffer to other better placea like Tataki/ Osaka/ Hanzo Any of...More
The title says it all. I had dinner there last night. The establishment in very low key. So discreet in fact you might never see it unless you are deliberately looking for it. Location is somehow unusual. A barely refurbished house right on Av Las...More
Delicious food and great service. The owner is a charming japanese-extract peruvian. The cebiches and tiraditos we had were truly delicious, top quality produce and with a pretty presentation. We had a great time and will both return here and check out their other place...More
This place is five minutes from my apartment and didn't know it was here. It's not a big place, which a good, you get a great personal service. The staff know the food, and the wine. The food comes or very well presented and the...More
I went there with a couple of Japanese, so I was confident I was going to have decent Japanese food. We had sashimi and sushi. And I was positively surprise by the quality of the food. Excellent presentation and very good food. The sushi made...More
if you want to try the best sushi if you are in Chile..... you got to try Ozaki..... the fusion of peruvian food with japanese is amasing.... really is the best meal here in Chile
This newly opened Nikkei restaurant is simply delicious. Homy ambiance, friendly service and amazing food. The place is still a work in progress with great potential, can’t wait for the bar to open on the second floor. We went on a busy night and the...More
I had lunch at the new location of Ozaki (Av. Las Condes 7621). The Peruvian cuisine was excellent. The tiradito melted in my mouth and the pulpo was excellent.. It is not fancy but is very comfortable and the staff was attentive.