This restaurant has a mixed menu being Japonese and Korean. My wife and I ordered off the Korean menu while my 9 year old son ordered the Teishoku with Anchova (R$55) off the Japonese menu. The Teixoku coms with three sides, a miso shiro soup and rice. The Anchova had a strong fishy order and was extremely dry. The three sides are very small and consist of some julienned boiled potato, steamed spinach and kimchi. The miso shiro was very salty with a strange flavor. Pretty simple stuff for the price.
My wife and I ordered the fried chicken in a hot sauce/slather (R$80) and the kimchi soup with pork (R$52). The chicken was basically boneless buffalo wings. It was an appetizer so didn't come with anything. It was a generous serving that would serve 4 as an appetizer. But still, 80 reais for buffalo wings is quite expensive. However, this was the best part of the meal.
The kimchi souo was a broth with some kimchi and some very fatty thin slices of pork. So basically spicy water with spinach and pork fat. Again, very expensive for what it is. We left most of it in the bowl.
With 4 sodas, the bill came to R$216 without tip. A very unsatisfying meal for the price.
Note: I mentioned the very fatty pork when I paid the bill and the waitress seemed surprised. She says they only serve lean pork. She apologized.
Maybe we had bad luck. Maybe other dishes are better. But based on my experience, I wouldn't recommend this restaurant and I don't plan on going back.
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