Truly tiny and hidden gem in Pâquis. Genuine yakitori japanese, you will love the smokey taste. Friendly staff. Will go back again!
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We like Japanese but are usually put off by Geneva prices. Cozy and authentic with the hard working chef fanning the coals in front of you as you enter, you are in for a simple but tasty meal of Yakitori or Terriyaki, served by a...More
Makes you feel like you are in Japan for a meal. Great jazz fills the small space, the cooking happens in the middle of the bar area. The food is good and the quality is good. It is very small so wheelchairs of strollers would...More
Despite sushi everywhere, I finally can taste Yakitori in Switzerland! Personally, I really love Japanese food! They have pictures menu so it's quite convenient to order a variety of Yakitori! The price may not so cheap according to the amount but it's definitely worth to...More
I stumbled across this place by accident- I was walking past and it looked authentic. The flavours are true to Japanese style, not tourist-appeasing fake flavours but the true taste of Unami Japanese! Always a good sign too when you see Japanese people eating in...More
Cosy yakitori bar. It's great to see the preparation directly infront of you. Due to the size of the place, it is recommended to book a table. Sumo Yakitori offers some menu plans, which are affordable for Geneva standards. It's definitely something different compared to...More
One and only yakitori bar in Geneva i think. The bar is quite small so recommend to reserve the place before coming, especially in week-end. The dishes are just delicious!!!
Small authentic Japanese Yakitori bar. A bit pricey but you get a return from the quality of dishes. Been there many times while on business trips.
We were looking for a Japanese restaurant and we decided to try the sumo yakitori. We were not disappointed. The service was very nice and even if the place is small it give a intime atmosphere to the meal. The chicken teriyaki was excellent as...More
1st of all, sorry,m about my visi time. My real visited time was around 2002. Because from 2000-2004, i was in Switzerland studied at SHMS. This rest close to my apartment when i did my internship in Geneva. I stay at Rue de Lausanne. I...More