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3 based on 135 reviews
Vengo ogni tanto in questo locale, e pur sapendo che si tratta di un AYCE, trovo assurdo che il pesce, l'ultima volta, risultasse addirittura puzzolente (tonno della tartare), tanto che l'ho avanzata (e i camerieri non mi hanno rimproverato nulla, perchÃ© forse si vedeva anche solo dall'aspetto che non era pesce fresco). Prezzi anche alti per trattarsi di un AYCE a Rozzano.
3 based on 65 reviews
We are here twice, very tasty and verity of food, a place for children to play a bit. They donât understand English at all, great sushi
4 based on 234 reviews
The restaurant is fancy and it pays attention to every detail, from light to beautiful heavy glasses with old style decoration. But food is even better: fresh fish above all. Grilled, fried, raw. Whatever you choose it is super fresh.Personnel is really professional and super kind.We really loved the place and the investment in quality and freshness. We were 4 adults and 1 kid and spent 200 euros, with a bottle of wine, one entree and one main course each plus 3 desserts (a sacker torte and two sorbetto). Not cheap but quality is not for free. They also offered a welcome flute of prosecco.There is a parking lot right in front of the restaurant.
4 based on 202 reviews
Japanese fusion restaurant serves dishes prepared with fresh and high quality ingredients reinterpreted with an Italian style
We ordered two poke bowls and two ramens, sadly none of the food was up to standard.The rice of the poke bowls are raw, dry and brittle. Tried both the normal and thai rice and it was equally bad so definitely a fault on the chef but not on the raw materials.We were surprised to find out that the gyoza ramen came without any noodles. Asked for clarification and they told us it was meant to be like so?! But I thought ramen means noodles? If you do not mean to serve it with noodles you should just say its gyoza.The ramens were served in broth that was badly seasoned and feels like only an overwhelming amount of soy sauce was used. Portions are also very small.
3 based on 85 reviews
You can't beat the 11 euro lunch special. Delicious, fast and affordable! It even includes water and coffee if you like!
4 based on 330 reviews
I know this place since it was a little room with a few chairs available. So it's about 5 years I'm having fun with delicious chinese and japanese food in there :-) . Absolutely friendly owner with great experience managing a restaurant, they moved from a little room to a very wide one without loose any of their attractive previous skills: high quality and fresh japanese meals; pleasant and friendly approach to meet customer satisfaction; extremely wide chinese food choice with chance to taste marvelous mongolian style of sea food mix or meat mix ones... you'll love them while cooking on your own. as added value there's now bigger restaurant room with a relatively simple forniture supplied by a quality service. Simple and clean that's most important. Quite often you'll meet real japanese or chinese peoples having meal inside.What else can say?...: I'm going to have dinner in there :-)
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