Samourai is considered by many to be the best Japanese restaurant in Brussels.
I don't know about that, but it's for sure a typical place, serving very good, fresh and quality food.
The restaurant is located in an uninspiring rundown 'shopping mall' in a downtown street that is undergoing upgrading, and there something old fashioned about the restaurant itself too. It's not a design or trendy place, with lots of lights and flashy service.
The service can vary from good to annoying, with waiters having zero flexibility and caring little about your requests.
I have been there several times the last years, most of the time upon invitation from a client who likes going there, and the lunch box, which we take almost always, is a good deal (endamame, miso soup, 4 different small dishes/boxes and plain white rice).
Eating a la carte is a good alternative if you want to explore the many typical dishes they serve.
Prices are rather high.
It's a restaurant with a very own personality, and is appreciated by business people and Japan lovers.
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