The food here is amazing. Pricing is great! Service is great! No complaints and a full double thumbs up!
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Came back again after a couple of years and the dining experience was really disappointing. Food was really average, one of the chinese service staff was so rude. Not worth the $38++, won't be back. Rather go Sushi Tei.
I have not been back to dine in the restaurant for about 2 years and I'm happy with the food quality. The service staff were fast efficient though there are obviously short handed. Today reservations has 2 seating. 1st at 5.30pm and 2nd at 8pm....More
There was a long queue of youngsters outside Ikoi Japanese Restaurant during a weekend visit to Miramar Hotel. We decided to take a peep and were amazed that the restaurant had a beautiful lush Japanese setting and offers authentic Japanese cuisines. Well, good food deserves...More
For non-local food, perhaps the best Asian buffet. Almost 50+ items to choose from, some pretty good quality Sake, quality sashimi and no limits on what you wish to repeat...all served happily with a smile until late evening. Has the spread of a buffet with...More
The price for the buffet is very good for the quality of food served and the variety of menu items, very impressed for my first time. The seafood fresh and tasty, a rarity among buffets here.
I've visited the shop with my friend on a Saturday. The shop itself is popular and need to do advance reservation before going. The size of the shop is not big and we're sitting on the counter seat. A small plate of salmon sashimi is...More
Food was very fresh and delightfully yummy, for both the raw and cooked dishes! Servers were polite and as quick as their feet could have brought them! (All the food were prepped on spot right aft they get your order, so it's bound to take...More
excellent japanese food, and service here, just amazing, got to try out, and eat the food, enjoy the sake, and shochu.
This highly sought after japanese buffet has been around for ages, and you will know why it has withstood the march of time when you dine. The cosiness of the restaurant can almost be mistaken as cramp, the endless movements of the servers only means...More