Discover Restaurants offering the best Sushi food in Castelletto sopra Ticino, Italy including Sushi Li, Face Fusion Restaurant, Ristorante Zen, Hon Kitchen, Wen, Sushi Zero, Amy Sushi
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3 based on 87 reviews
First time I went when it just opened it was above standard even if the menu is similar to all these Northern Italian Japanese restaurants that are opening weekly. Food was good, service friendly and rapid.The second time, it became just like all its competitors. Average food, slower service. The decor makes it more pleasant as it's a large space and airy. Ample parking outside.
3 based on 275 reviews
This all you can eat restaurant has very cheap prices. They serve a lot of very good food. The waiting time is limited and fair. The place is wonderful and particular: everything is typical: wall, table and colour.In the menu there are photos and descriptions of all dishes, you have to write the number of dishe and how many portions thet you want in the documents that you can found on the table.
4 based on 465 reviews
Cucina giapponese creativa
Wen is located on one corner of a round-about in Vergiate. Apparently they have a second location in Gallarete.The decor and layout of the restaurant is really nice. Warm and cozy while also being zen and cool.There are several seating options available, including private rooms.The restaurant is super clean and well maintained. (spotless bathrooms)We ate at the Hibachi bar and were constantly entertained by a very skillful chef.First course was sushi, followed by a seafood/noodle dish prepared on the Hibachi bar, followed by desert. We shared a bottle of Pinot Noir.Food impressions:Sushi - Was very fresh, but very simple - no complexity. I really tried to find something on the sushi menu that looked complex, but couldn't.Hibachi prepared seafood noodle dish - Very tasty, but again, not too complex or daring.Pinot Noir - excellent wine choice to have a red with sushi - nice and light and well priced.Desert - very delicious. I wonder if they make their own deserts in-house?Overall, the food was delicious and fresh, but on the simple side.Service:Outstanding.....very attentive, efficient and engaging.Price (each) was 44 Euro
5 based on 87 reviews
Juliana was a wonderful waitress, she spoke great English and recommended some wonderful dishes. The pad Thai was hands down one of the best I've ever had. An absolute must. The sushi was just brilliant, well presented and tasted phenomenal. We are in the Arona area for a few weeks so will definitely be going back!
4 based on 590 reviews
They do an all you can eat lunch for 11.90 which has a really good selection but you pay an extra 5 euros for some plates such as sashimi. They serve between 12-1430 and are closed on a Tuesday. The dinner menu is slightly bigger but is significantly more expensive at about 21 euros. They also do a good take away menu.
4 based on 590 reviews
The restaurant is really nice, you read the menu directly on a tablet and waiters were really nice. The starter was really good and well presented, salmon with truffles but the main course I chose was a bit disappointing: Korean gnocchi.... The tuna roll instead was really good. Overall I suggest it if you want to try something new.
4 based on 122 reviews
It's quite newly opened so one would expect them to try and they did. The portions were of a good size, the food was fresh, the restaurant bright and clean and the service was quick and even got a smile. But, it's formulaic. There isn't anything that differentiates it from the six or so other "Japanese" restaurants around the southern end of the Lake.If you've been shopping and you want a bite to eat, for good value for money give it a go.
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