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Okay. Sushi is reasonable,service is good.Certainly had much better sushi but it's really okay. No dessert expect for fried banana.They only accept cash. Really guys it's 2018 cash is out !
4 based on 161 reviews
We recently visited this restaurant. It's menu was quite somewhat different from other Thai restaurants we ate in other countries.Nevertheless, top quality and very tasty.Service was good and staff friendly.Nice decoration of the place and nearby we found a parking spot (about 1 1/2 block the hill up to the left).Will be worth another visit.
4 based on 149 reviews
I've been there few times on Valentines, my birthday, normal day, have no complain so far. Love the sushi so much, it is not spacious so you should have booked a table before you go, but everything there cozy and tasty. The hot sake is fabulous. Highly recommended for sushi lovers
4 based on 95 reviews
My wife and me love spicy food, and this one was exactly right, the service was gentle and pleasant, and the food tasty.
4 based on 75 reviews
We went there on a hot August evening. The place has good atmosphere. Lights, decoration items including the laughing Buddha, Flowers and frames are all good. Staff is attentive and friendly, except a bit insensitive. Food tastes good. portions are satisfactory. Since I described one negative point about the staff, I must elaborate the background. Since it was very hot, we expected at least the single fan to be pointing towards the customers having their meals. Instead, the person in charge of the place was sitting with the fan pointing towards him and we were sweating profusely. Still they did not have any sensitivity towards that. That's the only negative point we found. Overall a good place.
4 based on 175 reviews
GenieÃen Sie bei uns leckeres Sushi und Sashimi in ausgezeichneter QualitÃ¤t. Mit viel Liebe fÃ¼r den Gast zubereitet. Lassen Sie sich bei uns verwÃ¶hnen.
If you like tasteful sushi in different combinations then that's the place for you.In the pros, there is a big variety of combinations with different kinds of fish, everything made at that moment just for you. The people are really nice and the place is clean. Rice tastes good, not too salty as in most places.In the cons I would like to mention the long time for the preparation (although the place wasn't full) and the big size of the sushi which made it difficult to eat with the chop sticks.Sushi is an expensive pleasure, this place is a little bit more than that.Otherwise we were delighted und probably will visit again.
4 based on 35 reviews
It is rare that I'll try Asian kitchens in small towns / villages just because of the disappointing lack of success I've had previously. However, I decided to give this restaurant a go based on the reviews. I was excited at the prospect that perhaps I would finally find an authentic and tasty asian kitchen in somewhere outside of Stuttgart!However, authentic it was not and while it was not unedible, it certainly wasn't quite as tasty as I hoped for.I walked into the place and thought how it seemed like a very stereotypical Asian kitchen but decided to be a bit more open-minded. After all, I wasn't going to eat the decor. My friend and I both ordered the Pho Bo and also some fried vegetarian spring rolls. In hindsight, perhaps we should have tried the traditional "summer" rolls but I was in the mood for something fried dipped in sweet and sour sauce. The spring rolls were 1,50 which probably explained their awful quality. Edible but meh. The Pho Bo is a staple that any restaurant branding itself as Vietnamese should do well. It's like going to a chinese restaurant and getting rice (well, you get the picture - I know, it's not as easy as cooking rice). But this pho came with no garnishes, just a wedge of lemon and some hot sauce. Well, that must mean there was lots of herbs in the soup already...well, not more than usual. Just lots of spring onion, ginger and maybe some mint. The broth itself was lacking something - it was perfectly tasty but not Pho broth as I know it. The beef was very tasty but it was evidently prepared beforehand, fried and then thrown in. Still, kudos for the meat - tender and great to dip in the chilli sauce.I wasn't sure whether I should give it two or three stars - I will most likely never go back. I wasn't wowed and it has reinforced the idea that genuine asian kitchen just cannot seem to be found in small German towns. So, go if you want something quick and cheap but don't expect any authenticity.
4 based on 12 reviews
Supernette Cheffin, die ist echt sÃ¼Ã, am Telefon bestellt, kann man das Essen in der Regel nach 10 Minuten abholen. Alles superlecker und groÃe Portionen
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