4 based on 622 reviews
We waited until end of season to experience this restaurant and it was definitly worth the wait!The food was great, especially the pork gyoza, but the main experience was dealing with Tova and Emelia! Tova was very helpful in securing us a table and Emelia was the perfect host. We cannot wait to return to enjoy their hospitality again!!!
4 based on 242 reviews
This restaurant ran by a Japanese chef offers a choice of ramen and curry. Located in the heart of Chamonix, close to the main train station and the Montenvers Mer de Glace train station. Has a terrace.
Family of four on a ski trip. Had opportunity to try curry, roll and ramen. Every dish was excellent. We live in los Angeles and had various ramen joints in los Angeles and this was the best we had!! Just go!
4 based on 393 reviews
The first time we came to Chamonix 3 years ago, we were so excited to see a sushi place here but we were turned away two times arriving at 6:30-7 because we didn't have a reservation even though the restaurant was completely empty. We finally made a reservation at 7 PM and ate dinner here but was very disappointed with the quality of food for the price we paid. It tasted like supermarket sushi! We saw others turned away when the restaurant was still empty with no one else arriving until 7:30, then another at 7:45. We vowed never to go back. Since then, another takeout sushi has opened across the street yet this place is still fully packed beyond my understanding. Today, we craved for sushi so we ordered take out. Again, big disappointment! Tasted like supermarket sushi that had been sitting there for hours. My chirashi bowl was 90% bad rice with one thinly sliced layer of bad quality tasteless salmon. The rice was just plain rice, not authentic!! No vinaigrette with tad or sugar, just plain cooked dried hard rice. Seriously, worst sushi we've ever had... my son had maki, my husband had spicy tuna and all tasteless. I cannot wait until the other sushi place near Picard opens. To charge such price for bad quality sushi is robbery. See the picture how it's full of rice with just two slices of avocado.
4 based on 533 reviews
Good Indian food, but could have been spicier (we think that Europeans prefer less spicy food than most Americans). Presentation was odd because our entrees were served family style with one grill holding all of the meat and seafood that 4 of us ordered. It was confusing as to who ordered what food. Service was poor; they even asked us to move tables after we got our water and wine and the new table wasnât reset. We sat upstairs, which was nice because it was open air but with no tobacco smoke from the street seating area. It was quieter also.Service: PoorFlavors- Average - not as flavorful as most Indian restaurants weâve been to.Ambiance- Average to poor - small tables, chairs/bench not very comfortable.
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