Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Rosenheim. The independent city of Rosenheim (Central Bavarian: Rousnam) is located in the centre of the district of Rosenheim (Upper Bavaria), and is also the seat of administration of this region. It is located on the west bank of the Inn at the confluence of the rivers Inn and Mangfall, in the Bavarian Alpine Foreland. It is the third largest city in Upper Bavaria with over 61,000 inhabitants and one of 23 administrative centres in Bavaria. Rosenheim is therefore the economic centre and the busiest place in the region.
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4 based on 26 reviews
The service of a lady was poor. Later another friendly waitress did a better job. The venue is not very appealing. The sushi tasted good but were quite loose and sometimes fell apart. The vietnames specialty with various meat was disappointing. The salad was of poor quality. Not recommended in spite of the rather low bill.
3 based on 30 reviews
If your looking for an affordable Chinese restaurant in Rosenheim, visit Hong-Long. The prices are reasonable and you get a lot of food. So bringing a doggy bag home and eat the rest later is not strange. We ate there several times and the service by the younger guys is good! The old guy is a bit grumpy...
3 based on 49 reviews
This restaurant is situated in the pedestrian precinct in the centre of Rosenheim.It offers a running buffet which you can pick and choose your favourite dishes from.It is not unique and it does offer reasonable meals, especially if you like sushi.However it is rather expensive, the meals are actually nothing too special and it is not a place that I would choose to visit on a regular basis.It was like the last reviewer stated ok, but there are much better options nearby and I would not rush back to this place unless all the others were full.
3 based on 23 reviews
We were shopping in Aicher park after work and decided to pop in to this restaurant last week. We had been here a few times before. Probably about 6-7 time sand it had always been reasonable. The place itself is nothing to shout about and you have to climb a flight of stairs before you can take a seat.It is a fairly bare hall type affair with a whole load of tables and chairs and virtually no atmosphere at all. I have been told it is in the Chinese style and how they like to eat in Hong Kong. To me however it looks like a works canteen.As I have said the meals here used to be reasonable and rather good value for money. Maybe things have changed because everyone is trying to make more money. We found the meals this times to consist of a whole load of deep fried items. Some of these were tasteless and rather unidentifiable. Most of the food was very greasy and full of fat. The only real good comment from my wife was that the sushi was good and also very tasty. My wife also had something cooked fresh from the ingredients that she had personally chosen from the buffet but was not at all impressed with the final result.The meals are full of carbohydrates and the sugar content is very high. Something definitely to watch out for if you are diabetic. Check your blood sugar before and about 2 hours after the meal and you will find you need a whole lot of insulin.The place itself is always tidy enough and the staff are reasonably friendly, but the standard of the food and the actual cooking has dropped quite substantially. However the prices continue to rise. I can seriously imaging that we will not be returning to this particular Chinese restaurant in a hurry.
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