Discover Restaurants offering the best Sushi food in San Antonio De Belen, Province of Heredia, Costa Rica including Sakura Japanese Restaurant, Nau Sushi Lounge, Sushi Hai Hai, Kotoy
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4 based on 249 reviews
While staying at the terrible Wyndham hotel, this restaurant was excellent. My wife and I ate there twice. The server was friendly and helpful. The sushi was first class and we didnât mind the steep prices for that kind of quality. We loved every bit of it. Thank you!Thanks for the good comments, we love when our customers leave really satisfied.
4 based on 689 reviews
Green and white hues and modern furniture signal the ultra-cool ambiance in Nau Lounge, a trendy Asian inspired drinking and eating spot off the lobby. Enjoy fresh sushi and sashimi from the bar while lounge music fills the air in this chic, contemporary
We were celebrating a friends birthday and she was on a special diet, so we took a special cake. They were extremely rude and wanted to charge 20$ to let us sing happy birthday with her special cake saying we had to buy the cake in the place.Dear Client,Thank you for taking the time to share with us your comments.At Real InterContinental we take pride in ensuring our customerâs satisfaction. Unfortunately, we did not meet your and our own expectations. We deeply value your relationship with InterContinental and are committed to providing you with the highest level of service simply because our customers deserve the very best. Please send us your contact at [email protected] that way we can communicate directly with you.
4 based on 26 reviews
I will be a bit of a contrarian and give a more negative review. My family went to this place while staying at the Marriott next door because it was very close and my teens love Japanese food (not sushi, Japanese food). However, most of us down voted the place. To be fair, the sushi is good because the fish, especially tuna, is fresh and this is true for most places in Costa Rica, from our experience. We ordered a couple of rolls and they were fairly good, although the spider roll uses imitation crab - it's a cheap substitution that is equivalent to having a grilled cheese sandwich prepared with a slice of kraft singles. Nevertheless, most of the rolls were fine, so if you stick with sushi rolls, you are probably fine. The tuna is as fresh as you can get.The problem for us was the other non-sushi Japanese dishes. The menu has several items that made us excited about having some real Japanese fare but, when we tried them, we found them mediocre at best. In all fairness, I should give the chef some kudos for trying and offering. I know, however, that improvements are possible because we had a much better Japanese fare experience in La Fortuna two days before (Kappa Sushi).In addition to the spider roll, our major quibble was with overcooked udons (soggy noodles that absorbed all the soup - you get the picture) with watery soup base, and mushy tempuras (the proper technique to make and keep them crispy should not be a secret in modern Japanese restaurants). My teenager daughter could not finish her dish which is not her behavior in Japanese restaurants. I think if you stick with sushi or sashimi and don't mind their version of spider roll, you can probably have a good meal. If you want to venture to other dishes, well, maybe it will work for you and we were just unlucky, but we did not love it.
4 based on 50 reviews
You never know what a restaurant "across the street" from a hotel is going to be like. After all, the restaurant knows they have an almost guaranteed source of customers since the hotel is right there.So I cautiously selected this place based on some reviews but didn't set my hopes too high. Fortunately, there isn't just one restaurant but an entire row of different restaurants in an almost "open" arrangement. That probably helps contribute some competition. It also means you have other choices if Sushi is not of interest.We were tired from the long flight in and only had some snacks on the plane, so we were hungry. Miso soup was good - perhaps just a bit salty but it hit the spot. Sushi selections were similar to what you see on menus in the states. It seems "sushi" has reached the point that the same rolls or variations turn up everywhere (not necessarily a good thing - just an observation).My concern was that - well let's be honest - we're in Costa Rica and "sushi" isn't exactly the sort of restaurant I expected to find at all. So I started with some simple things to check the quality first. I'm also not as fond of rolls packed with five or six different things. They are often too big and the flavors of each individual piece get lost. So I stuck with simple things like unagi, tuna sashimi and ebi. I was pleasantly surprised. This isn't "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" - but nobody should expect that anyway (and I couldn't afford Jiro either). It was, however, fresh and decently prepared. Service was a little bit slow - particularly when we started out as the only couple there.But I'd recommend this as a decent place to satisfy your sushi cravings in a location that I wouldn't normally think about even trying to find a sushi restaurant.
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