Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in Zwolle, Overijssel Province, The Netherlands. Zwolle (Dutch: [ˈzʋɔlə] ( listen)) is a city and municipality in the northeastern Netherlands serving as Overijssel's capital. With a population of 125,806, it is the second-largest municipality of the province after Enschede.
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4 based on 335 reviews
We came in late on a Sunday evening but even though it was late and we were a big crowd the restaurant was able to accomodate us and serve us a late Sunday dinner.The old renovated church is a fun and quirky setting for a restaurant. Since it was so late it was kind of empty and even though it wasn't the case it almost seemed like we were the only customers in this big space.I think usually they give you a tablet or something for submitting orders but on this visit we were given menus and a notepad. The service was very attentive and wanted to make sure we got all the orders in before the kitchen closed and also that everyone ordered enough food.Once the food came out it was nicely presented and delicious. I can recommend everything from the sushi and the hot dishes - everything tasted great and was prepared well. One of my colleagues who proclaimed to be a non-fan of sushi had a nice experience and was happy with dinner.I think there's something here for everyone and dining in the old church is a nice setting for a dinner with friends or just for couples.
4 based on 200 reviews
Kota Radja is located in the heart of Zwolle and is surrounded by terraces and the cities beautiful canals.This modern Asian restaurant serves a innovative menu of Asian tapas and differentiates itself by a modern interpretation of the Asian cuisine (Chin
We were happy to get a table on the terrace on a warm Saturday evening without reservation. Kota Radja seemed fully booked that evening.Staff was kind and inviting and service quite rapid.For a fixed price one can eat up to 15 items, divided in 5 rounds, drinks and dessert are not included. Choice has to be filled out on a papersheet.The menu offers wide choice of dishes from different Asian cuisines, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Korean and more.We started with sushi, which were quite OK. We had different soups, which varied from OK to not really very good. We were disappointed by most of the meat dishes, as the meat was cooked too long and therefore chewy. As we only had chopsticks and a spoon, the bigger pieces of meat were difficult to eat. Same for the cooked fish.If we would come back, we would stick to sushi and misosoup, as they were maybe not the best ever, but still nice enough for a all-you-can-eat place.
4 based on 90 reviews
With a group of friends we booked diner on Newyears eve. We all love sushi and we were adviced to try this one. There is a system where you can basicially eat as much as you want for 22.50 Euro. This is not a bad price as the food is very good. The Sushi is tasty and fresh and the main courses are all nicely prepared. I would say try this one if you like Sushi...........Service was ok but also it was not a busy night.
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