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Name: Kihachi
Address: 537 Kim Mã, Ba Đình, Hanoi

Directions: On Kim Mã in front of the DCM building...across from the Daewoo Hotel.

Phone: (+84) (0)24 37719169
21.02962814549168 105.81032288100687
Description: A Japanese restaurant among the strip of restaurants on Kim Mã street.
Rating: 4 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 4 reviews.


Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:

Speciality:
Sushi
Take Out:
No
Delivery:
No

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TBBle
TBBle on Kihachi
June 17th, 2012 at 4:09 pm

I went here last night with two friends. It was emptier than I expected for a Saturday night, during our meal there was only one other group at a time sharing the upstairs area with us.

The food was tasty. We has sushi of various kinds, okonomiyaki, soba, gyoza and some meat-on-rice (which I didn't try, as I'd gorged on all the rest...)

The sushi was nice, the maki sushi okay, the okonomiyaki was very tasty, the fried gyoza was too heavy on whatever-the-bitter-green-vegetable-they-use-is for my taste.

Overall, I was quite satisfied. We actually over-ordered for the three of us, and one of our group wasn't feeling well so we ate less than expected, had to take some food home in a doggy-bag and left the soba behind almost untouched. -_-

Total bill (including soft-drinks) was 1.2 million VND, but as mentioned we over-ordered, just under a million VND would have been more correct for the three of us, and even then it would have been a large meal.

They have both "Vietnamese" and "foreigner" menus, although they're both written in English and Japanese, but have different currency for price of the dishes. I was given the foreigner menu, and my friends were given Vietnamese menus.

When the bill came, it was in VND, which was good, because the USD menu appeared to be at a slightly unfavourable exchange rate, and I wasn't actually carrying any USD anyway.

I'd go there again for sushi and okonomiyaki, and probably try the katsu-kari-raisu next time too, although if it's anything like traditional Japanese curry, it'll be somewhat lacking in the "hot" department.

 
zohei
zohei on Kihachi
January 31st, 2010 at 11:26 pm

I think the food here is OK, but I just don't get along with the head waitress here because I feel she is too casual and informal with the customers (although I do not completely reject her efforts).

 
BERTRAM
BERTRAM on Kihachi
December 8th, 2008 at 11:22 pm

Good as Osaka style...
A touch of simple and perfect fish
in a nice atmosphere,
Try Shakekawa Maki...

 
Snellopy (elite user)
Snellopy on Kihachi
January 9th, 2008 at 11:09 am

While I'm sitting around the house waiting for our internet to be connected, I figured I could write up all the places on Kim Ma we go to.

This was a short walk down the road from us, and the welcome was always warm. The first few times was the traditional spiel that you get in most Japanese restaurants - no idea what it is though. Lately, though, we just get greeted by name, which is far more friendly to my mind.

My mates and I have knocked off a fair chunk of the menu, and the sushi, sashimi and the other bits are good. The tempura batter is always awesome, and the salmon has been magnificent every time.

The head waitress Kien will often suggest some of the dishes we find more popular, and always knows what drinks we all want without being told. They have quite a few staff, and occasionally some will float by to practice their English on you, which is understandable and generally not too annoying (though one time we got bombarded by about 4 at once, and had on average two questions for every bite of food).

We normally sit downstairs and watch the chef chop stuff up, though it can be a bit chilly here. There are also rooms upstairs, which are a better bet if you have a large party.

Like most Japanese places, the prices are in US$ and sushi isn't exactly that filling, so you tend to rack up a bit of a bill, but a Don, one of the bowls of rice, egg and a meat will fill you right up.

A good place for a fish fix.

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