I decided to go here because I have always been interested in trying Japanese cuisine. The restaurant itself is super cool and the idea behind it is class. I ordered the beef teriyaki and the furikake fries because I liked the look of them from the pictures in the menu. I absolutely loved the beef teriyaki however there were only about five chunks of it and was drenched in sauce that tasted so strongly of soy sauce. It could have been better. The chips came and didn’t look anything like the picture and I didn’t really think too much of them. I could have probably made them better at home. My friends enjoyed the katsu curry. All in all I think that the food was nice but portion sizes are super small.
I had a complaint about the customer service. We all wanted to pay separately and all by card and this was all done while we sat at the table. The card machine was kind of tricky so I asked how did I pay for the item as there were two buttons for yes and no. She said that by hitting yes it means to give a tip and no was for no tip and then she said normally people give one pound. I kind of felt awkward as I never really give tips as the food is already expensive. Although she was looking over my shoulder so I felt like I had to even though I didn’t want to which I thought was a bit rude.