Reviews on Japanese food in Monserrato, Province of Cagliari, Italy including Koko The Sushi Revolution, Sushi Miyabi, Bento, Art of Sushi, Toyo Sushi, Sushi Tao
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4 based on 766 reviews
Fresh fish with lots of variety, not just the same old salmon and tuna. Well elaborated and very much tasteful. Sashimi and sushi melt in your mouth freshness.Very good and friendly service with good advice. Even the kids really liked it. I recommend Tao for all sushi lovers!
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4 based on 342 reviews
I had already been to this restaurant in July, but never found the time to write a review. During a recent trip to Sardegna, I made it a point to go again to this restaurant and can only confirm that the high standards observed in July are there and very much getting better!Everything we had was outstanding - the soups, sushi, tempura, the service and not least the incredibly moderate bill which with wine and all the trimmings came to â¬35 a head - amazing!! Do try it out or miss out!Dear Jeffrey,thank you so much for choosing us again and for your positive opinion.We really appreciate it!We hope to see you soon again.Our best regards.
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4 based on 641 reviews
We popped in for a quick lunch today and were really impressed with the food and service we received. We had sushi, seaweed, edamame, chicken tempura skewers, chicken spring rolls and a noodle dish - all were pretty darn awesome! We needed a break from Italian and were pleasantly surprised to find such good quality Asian in such a traditional Italian town. We were four people and ate all we could - bill came to 54 euros which is far less than what we expected to pay. A must-visit if you love Asian!
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5 based on 116 reviews
It is surely a good choice for sushi lovers, while for those who are looking for a vegetarian meal or do not like fish I would not recommend their veggie rolls, as they make them after having touched fish, which makes them taste like fish too.The only other choice was veg noodles, which were good. There should have been dumplings too, but they were not available. So extremely poor choice. The products are not seasonal, so not even their only salad is suitable for a natural diet.
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4 based on 187 reviews
Ristorante Sushi con due sale, propone menu fisso a pranzo e a cena, di piatti di sushi e di cucina asiatica, realizzati con maestria utilizzando i migliori ingredienti.
A very enjoyable New Year's Eve dinner with friends and family. Excellent food and service. Perfect. Thanks.
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4 based on 395 reviews
KOKO The Sushi Revolution offers a new way of japanese cooking based on fresh and high quality ingredients, with original combinations of flavours. Try also our best wines of the island and the distillery from all over the world. Our mission is to let our
A good attempt at recreating some of the more traditional decor & ambience of a Westernised Japanese restaurant with a good potential volume of customers being catered for which retracts from the usual intimacy of a sushi restaurant. A warm welcome by a very accomplished owner, possibly Korean? A very good standard of English was spoken & he was able to answer all of my questions, something that was required as the menu was only available in Italian. Thankfully, I already knew what I wanted, Miso soup, mixed Nigiri, 4 Salmon Nigiri & Takoyaki. The food was exactly as I had expected, although Iâm still not sure what the white fish Nigiri was as the helpful host only knew its Italian name. The sushi was well formed, ever so slightly smaller than in Japan & with no wasabi added during the prep. The Takoyaki was also smaller but very close to that which Iâve eaten in Osaka; I would add that the browning bed of lettuce it sat upon was a little disappointing & totally unnecessary.I must say, from the way people kept sneaking a peak at me, I may have been the first Englishman they had seen in a while.As virtually all of Cagliari is closed on a Sunday Iâm glad I came across KoKo on TA. Its proximity to my hotel was a real advantage & Iâm glad I bravely chose to takeaway my food, which sounds a little silly when read, but have you driven in Cagliari at night in a rental car on the, âwrongâ, side of the road recently? My only true gripe with the whole meal was the fact I was only given one satchet of wasabi.
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