Sushi is ok. Nothing special...! We ordered the signature Itamae roll and several others and the fish was not so fresh.
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The sushi rolls I shared here were decent, but fell short in different ways. Although there is a large menu of rolls to choose from, their rolls were either boring or had too much going on. The ceviche to start was very good. Our service...More
We went there late. Past 15hs. There was only one other table occupied. The servings were very generous. Too generous for my taste. There was not sea weed salad or mochi ice cream. The price was not cheap. The server was new or inexperienced. There...More
I went with a group of friends, and while the food was tasty, the portions were small for the price. It's one of those places that's good to eat at if you're not really that hungry.
We were a bit skeptical to get in because the amount of publicity it has on the media, but yesterday night gave it a chance and it worth it! To start atmosphere was great also at midnight, service was immediately and food came in a...More
It's a good mean range price option for who's love shushi, ITAMAE is a franchising but the place in Tames street it's nicer that others Itamae options.
I like sushi. Alot. There are many spots in Buenos Aires and I tried for of the highest rated spots. This spot may not be the very best sushi, but it is the best value. I don't want to take away from their sushi either,...More