Reviews on Japanese food in Bollate, Province of Milan, Italy including Oishi Sushi, Prosperita Paderno, Ristorante Hemen, MU Fish, Ristorante Shi So, Restaurant Asia Fusion Sushi, Gao Dynasty's Sushi Restaurant, Voglia di Sushi - take away & delivery, Iyo, Ukiyo - Slow Food Fast Delivery
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Locale aperto da poco, molto piccolo ma adeguato alla modalitÃ di servizio (take away). Sushi e sashimi gourmet di qualitÃ veramente alta a prezzi altrettanto alti ma onesti.Da provare assolutamente
4 based on 3051 reviews
Having tried so many top Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, this is the only place I chose to return within a 9-day trip. Food is impeccable. Fresh ingredients, attention to details, excellent presentation. Only thing to improve can be the sake list. Overall, I will be back to Milan just to be back here.
4 based on 393 reviews
Sushibar, takeaway & delivery
Had a quick lunch with customers at this tiny restaurant right il centre of the town. Fixed price "all you can eat" solution with very good quality of several kind of sushi. Thanks to the owner Alex who has been so patience to give some japanese hints to my customers who were not familiar with.first of all sorry for my bad English! :)I thank you for the review and for the compliments. it was a pleasure to advise you the best and hope that you will return soon!!
4 based on 261 reviews
Tipico locale AYCE che si distingue non tanto per il menÃ¹ quanto per atmosfera e arredamento di livello leggermente superiore.Ho riscontrato una discreta qualitÃ delle pietanze ma,per contro,la consueta penuria di proposte,specialmente nella formula pranzo.
4 based on 127 reviews
Outside and Inside seems that is "another one fusion restaurant".The main difference can be found in the taste.We use to came here every time we want to enjoy Chinese or Japanese Vegan-friendly food and, as far as our friends said, this is the best choice even for non-vegan people.
3 based on 349 reviews
Average sushi restaurant in Baranzate. We went there because we stayed near the fiera milano area. We got some rolls, sushi, salmon sesame and tempura. All average. Rice was a bit overcooked. If u don't have anything better u can give it a try. Otherwise just go to Milan...
4 based on 606 reviews
Eastern fusion restaurant a la carte. Come and discover the true flavors of Japanese cuisine and more, with menus studied in detail and the highest quality ingredients ... All in a friendly and relaxed environment. Our waiters will be happy to explain eac
Literally just left MU Fish after enjoying a rare lunch appointment with the Wife, without the Kids. Suggested visiting after driving past the restaurant last week, we were Customers of the previous Italian restaurant on the same premises. What can I say.... well executed decor, a welcome surprise in Milans hinterland, excellent service, a very reasonable lunch menu with quality ingredients. 1 x Sushi set menu, 1 x Tempura set menu, 2 large Asahis and 2 Coffees, â¬42 total. Left happy, full, surprised and content, will absolutely return!
4 based on 232 reviews
I had been there for many times with my friend when I lived in Milan ... The food is yummy I really like "salmon out" it is fresh...and good... I like the manager of restaurant ..he really friendly. ^_^
4 based on 298 reviews
Siamo stati in questo ristorante pochi giorni fa; presenta una formula classica di all you can eat, ma devo dire che a differenza di altri posti la qualitÃ mi sembrava buona.Si ordina con un tablet al tavolo e sono molto veloci nel smaltire il tutto.Buono, ma da riprovare
4 based on 352 reviews
About ten years ago, catering to changing Italian tastes, most of the Chinese restaurants around Milan converted to Japanese food. Understandable, because the Chinese cuisine they offered was frighteningly reminiscent of the stuff served in the States or the UK 30 years ago, before Szechuan, Hunan or Dim Sum: the same 6 dishes, the same 2 sauces, everything tailored to Western taste(?) like Chop Suey, Almond Chicken, Sweet and Sour deep-fried something, incredibly overcooked vegetables. The places offering decent Chinese food were/are few and far-between, no wonder that the Italian public rebelled. Now, Sushi restaurants and "Fusion" restaurants can be found everywhere, although the combination of raw fish and Chinese restaurant hygiene is not always the most reassuring. However, many are OK, I've got a strong stomach and love Japanese food anyway. Many of the converted restaurants are basically still Chinese under a thin Japanese veneer. One example: if you order "Gyoza" you get Chinese pork dumplings...Oishi Sushi is Chinese owned, but there is a level of care that I haven't found yet in the other Japanese restaurants in the Hinterland: many more authentic dishes (machi balls!) udon, soba, etc. The fresh ingredients are high-quality, and both the sushi and the kitchen chefs are excellent - there's an Italian restaurant down the street - "El Guss" - that could definitely take lessons from their fry-chef! Not super cheap, but definitely worth it, and if you don't want to spend much, the lunch menu is cheap, abundant and varied. Recommended!
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