A little slow but one of the best and oldest sushi places in Santiago, more choices on the menu than the other sushies that can be found in every corner. Good environment inside.
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I'm at the restaurant, we ask for one tuna ceviche (the worst in my life) and 7 roll pieces, but so far we just receive 2 of them. I'll complement this post after I finish, but would not recommend if full and never again ceviche.
In Santiago and surrounding neighborhoods, where there is one or two sushi places per block, satire, this is a very relaxed place, honest food, a little bit on the expensive side, but depending where you sit is a calm and relaxed ambiance. the back sitting...More
I have eaten at this restaurant many times and my advice is to know what to order. The sushi rolls are mostly uninspired. You can get better rolls for better prices elsewhere Sashimi is an excelent choice. The green pepper furay is my personal favourite....More
I became a regular over the course of a 10 day stay in Santiago. The Sushi is GREAT although some of the other menu items are a bit average e.g. the dumplings. Remember to take a dictionary as only one waiter speaks English.
I went here one evening because it was around the corner from my hotel, and when you pay cash here, you get a 50% discount so I had Sashimi for 11 USD! Can't get it for this price where I live..
This was a no-nonsense sushi bar with outstanding food and sincere servers/ owners. We went there twice. The second time we arrived almost an hour before they officially were to open and they still welcomed us! And it was a price-performer too. This restaurant is...More
Food was OK but nothing, not any of the sushi we ordered surprised me. Service was honestly very poor. I didn't felt well attended for the price paid. Overall I don't think it deserves a chance if you're looking for a good sushi restaurant in...More