Reviews on Japanese food in Paoli, Pennsylvania, United States. Paoli /peɪˈoʊliː/ is a census-designated place in Chester County near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is situated in portions of two townships: Tredyffrin and Willistown. At the 2010 census, it had a total population of 5,575.
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4 based on 33 reviews
First time here after debating on 3 other places in Malvern. It was a slow Tuesday dinner service with a reluctant greeting from this lady wait staff...reminds me of a stern prison guard.Nevertheless, we proceed and ordered Chirashi which instead of a bed of sushi rice, it was a mound of rice similar to a Chinese plate. Tuna is good, salmon is quite sweet, mackerel is tangy with great taste, shrimp and scallops are both tasty.Chicken Katsu is moist with crispy batter plus good steam rice on the side.Soba Noodles with Shrimp Tempura has a great broth with its distinctive mirin taste. The shrimp tempura served on the side was a disappointment...batter taste like old batter.Overall, it is good with fresh sushi. There are better places to go with friendly staff, so this is my first and last visit.
4 based on 54 reviews
Did take out for my first visit, so I cannot speak to the dining experience, but my take out was so good, I decided to review on that basis.The Bride ordered General Tso's chicken and I ordered the Squid Kung Pao.They were truly good, a tad pricey by a buck or two, but very good.Compares very well to Yang Ming and Margaret Kuo's.They are now on my radar screen for future take out
4 based on 45 reviews
We have been visiting this restaurant since a long time, food is consistently good. Mostly we visit there for lunch specials and they are served with salad and soup .. great combo. Food is perfectly spiced, not bland and watery like others. It tastes so good that we always look forward to visiting this place.
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