Best Japanese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Japanese food in Newtownabbey. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Japanese restaurants near you.. Newtownabbey is a large settlement north of Belfast in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Sometimes considered to be a suburb of Belfast, it is separated from the rest of the city by Cavehill and Fortwilliam golf course. At the 2001 Census, Newtownabbey Urban Area had a population of 62,056, making it the fourth largest settlement in Northern Ireland. It is part of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council.
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4 based on 455 reviews
YÃ¼go is a contemporary eatery dishing up colourful flavours of the Orient with a uniquely Irish twist. Fresh vibrant food & classic cocktails served with flavours of Asia.
Four of us visited for dinner on Saturday night. Lovely little restaurant with great atmosphere, friendly service and delicious food. They do a selection of small plates, big plates and bao buns, great cocktails and the Vietnamese coffee desert is a must!
5 based on 148 reviews
Â£Â£-Â£Â£Â£, Japanese Cuisine, Sushi and Ramen Restaurant. Fresh and Traditional Asian Taste. Child Friendly Restaurant.
This relatively new addition to the ever expanding East Belfast food scene was a welcome surprise - but really, plastic trees in the sushi? What a blast from the past!And itâs BYOB Â£3.00 CorkageWeâve driven past this restaurant a few times and it always looked intriguing. After hearing a few favourable comments, and having a rare free Saturday evening, we decided to give it a shot.We made a booking and were glad we did, because it was packed, and walk-ins were being politely turned away.There was an eclectic combination of customers which really gave the place a buzzy vibe.We ordered several dishes: to start-Spicy Tuna RollYasai GyozaKushiyaki &EdamameAnd for mains-Salmon teriyaki soba &Tofu steakIt was all excellent quality and it arrived when cooked, so this meant that we had time to savour each dish. If youâre in a rush, the service may feel a little slow, but we were delighted that we had time to enjoy each course before another arrived.There were two slightly odd things which confused us somewhat - we expect to be offered chopsticks in an Asian restaurant but when we sat at the table we were told that the restaurant had no chopsticks left. However when we looked round, one table of two which hadnât yet arrived had chopsticks on theirs. We asked if could we have them, so the waitress then supplied us with those chopsticks. However during our meal we discovered that other tables were having chopsticks delivered to them on request and at the end of the evening, all the tables being set for lunch the next day were furnished with, yes you guessed it, chopsticks!! We were told there werenât any! It just all felt a little bit weird.Secondly, a slightly retro peculiarity is the abundance of plastic foliage decorating the spicy tuna roll which felt completely unnecessary even though it made us smile about âSaturday Night Beneath The Plastic Palm Treesâ by The Leyton Buzzards, and Radioheadâs âFake Plastic Treesâ. Ah nostalgia!Overall we were really very pleasantly surprised at this addition to the area, providing fantastic quality Japanese food in an eclectic environment. It had a buzzing atmosphere and we will definitely be back.Hello! What an amazing and very detailed review, We loved it!!!! We treasure all our customers feedbacks including yours and makes us aware of what we can do better.... We are happy and thankful for spending your time with us... We hope to see you again soon! Thanks again!
4 based on 204 reviews
This review covers the Teppanyaki part only. We thought the food was acceptable, but fairly average. Bland even. You are paying for the entertainment of the experience. For the food quality, it's fairly overpriced.
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