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Name: Sushi Dokoro
Address: 95 Xuan Dieu, Tây Hồ, Hanoi

Directions: Two doors down from Veggy's

Phone: (+84) (0)2437186344
21.06822203792968 105.82587003707886 Category:

Description: A small Japanese restaurant at the end of Xuan Dieu that will deliver in the area.
Rating: 4.31 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 16 reviews.


Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:

Speciality:
Sushi
Take Out:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes

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16 Reviews (Followed by 6 users)

February 11th, 2015 at 8:45 am

This is great sushi place with decent quality and great balance of quality and price in Tay Ho. I love to have lunches from them, portions are quite big, so 1 lunch we eat 2 of us.

September 16th, 2010 at 2:46 pm

This is probably my favourite sushi restaurant in Hanoi.
The service is great, the sushi is delicious, and the prices are pretty cheap. The eel nigiri (my favourite) melts away in your mouth, heaven!

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February 18th, 2012 at 12:47 pm

Sushi Dokoro has an extensive lunch menu in the typical "set menu" style common in Japan. Don't be deceived by the name, SD covers all the bases besides sushi, agemono (fried), yakimono (grilled), noodle, Japanese-style curries, and Japanese-Western. Everything on the lunch menu sits comfortable between USD6-10. I went for the kaisen don (sashimi rice bowl) set which was served with miso soup, chawan mushi (egg custard dish), simmered pumpkin, and pickled daikon. Everything was presented with care and a "light hand". The rice was appropriately vinegared and nothing was drowning in oil, moisture or saltiness. The kaisen don was reasonably generous and topped off with ikura (salmon roe). My only complaint would be that the shoyu (soy sauce) on the counter is not suitable for sashimi or sushi. On the standards observed, I'm sure a milder shoyu is available if you ask.

A steady stream of Japanese customers (businesspeople, couples, and families) came in so it seems SD gets the vote among the local Japanese community. Some staff speak excellent Japanese and will make an effort to greet and serve in English.

March 12th, 2011 at 9:32 pm

The staff was so friendly! They seemed to be so happy to see foreigners in their restaurant because there are a lot of japanese people (good sign, isn't it?)
15$/pax for a beer and 3 different dishes that we shared. At the end, the cooker came to be sure that we liked. Moreover they offered a sup and fruits at the end of the diner. The quality of fishes are excellent.

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July 12th, 2014 at 2:52 am

I have been dining here for weekly for six weeks now. Sushi Dokoro offers good Japanese food at very competitive prices. Its menu is quite extensive and their service staff well-trained.

One thing about Sushi Dokoro is that the quality of food is consistent. Also, seeing other patrons going to the restaurant provides a certain degree of assurance that the food is fresh.

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