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Directions: Just West of Daewoo on the road that runs behind it, parallel to Kim Ma.Phone: (04) 3766 8972
No.2, lane 389 Lac Long Quan, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Viet Nam, Cầu Giấy, Hanoi
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Went out here recently for dinner with friends and really enjoyed the experience. There were 10 of us catching up, so as you can imagine it was pretty much like herding cats trying to get the order together, but the staff were thoroughly lovely and polite dealing with us.
We had a nice, well-decorated room that even came with a space heater tucked under the table for warming your toes (although we didn’t use it), and the whole restaurant had a nice ambience.
I’m not an expert when it comes to Japanese food (that’s my close friend, internet sensation Maru, feel free to email him for top tips), but I am a big fan, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed here. I had grilled bonito, chawanmushi, and a spicy eggplant dish that were all really good. The rest of the table seemed quite appreciative as well, and I think there was just one small ordering mix-up. The pricing seemed reasonable when compared to other Japanese restaurants in town, at least, I don’t remember being surprised by the bill at all.
4 purrs (and a half), and a discreet licking of the paws.
I've lived the past 23 years in Japan.
Make no mistake , this is Japanese food.
Order the katsudon teishoku , add a small tokkuri ( atsukan), close eyes and remember Nipon.
As a bonus, enjoy the funniest-sounding Japanese you've heard since your Australian professor of Japanese last visited you in Kyoto.
Delivered by charming, giggling Viet waitresses in ao dai.
Since my office is close to doi can street and Sushi being one of my favorite foods, I decided to test each week a new Sushi bar in this neigbourhood. (while continue going to so far my favourite 'Sushibar')
My first pick was this one and I was not dissapointed. A little more expensive than Sushibar, but not too much and they had a very elaborate menu (also many not sushi/sashimi menus). Sashimi was really fresh and delicious, the ebufurai maki was good and I especially liked the Salmonskin maki. Staff doesnt speak much english but menus have pictures, so easy to pick. I will certainly go back here again...
Yet another Japanese restaurant to add to the gazillions in Hanoi already. I am starting to think that there are more Japanese restaurants in Hanoi than Japan and am wondering if there are really so many people that eat sushi. All this fish has to run out soon. Surely somebody knows that but in spite of this fact, it is still a mighty fine restaurant.
The service is always great in these places - they greet you with a smile and a shout and they always give you a complimentary dessert. And when you decide to leave they will all come to the door to send you off with a big shout on the way out. I cannot think of a better way to eat out here, even if you are a vegetarian.
Well worth a visit.
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