The trademark fish tank in the foyer is absent, but don't be misled to believe this is anything less than an authentic Japanese restaurant. Great food ... More
The trademark fish tank in the foyer is absent, but don't be misled to believe this is anything less than an authentic Japanese restaurant. Great food and service has won it a dedicated following. Sit at Western-style dining tables or remove your shoes and kneel on mats at traditional Japanese tables. A tiny lady in a red kimono gives prompt and courteous service, and can explain all the dishes. Regulars rave about the various sushi dishes, which come with hot wasabi and ginger. The tempura is fried in light sesame oil and served with a delicious dipping sauce. Entrees run from EGP20-40, while starters cost under EGP10. And don't forget the sake!
I loved this place! The food was awesome. The only thingy I didn't like was when they mistaked the word chicken for liver, so that's what they got me :( Anyways, I recommend you guys ALL go there during the weekends. Chow! :D
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