I had a set menu with salad, soup and Japanese eel rice. The taste for me was ok. And it was a big portion, I couldn't finish all. It was a pity that waitress couldn't speak English. Overall was good and clean place.
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My family has been to Dijon many times, and Osaka has been on my list of places to eat for a while (because I love sushi, no matter what city I'm in!) I love this place. The setting is very traditional -- quiet and calm....More
A taste for something else than Frech food, brought us to this Japanese restaurant on a Sunday night since most restaurants are closed in Dijon. After being seated, we waited almost 45min for sushi's which was a bit odd as sushi arrives quite rapidly. At...More
I started with a serve of 6 petit nems porc at 6.90 euros which are basically mini spring rolls in the Vietnamese style and were competently done. I then sampled a Gyoza and Sashimi salmon menu, which salutes at 15.90 euros. The Gyoza (which were...More
This little restaurant is a cracking place, reasonably priced with good sushi. The service was always good during my numerous visits, the team friendly and attentive. Definitely worth a visit if you like sushi and can pry yourself away from the French cuisine.
The interior is pleasant and the staff are friendly. But the food was disappointing. The yakitori were dry and tasteless. The sushi was average.
Stopped for lunch while seeing the Dijon sights - very good sushi/sashimi as well as a couple of hot dishes. Not many diners but excellent service and tasteful atmosphere. Makes a nice break from French food every day if you like Japanese (which we do!).
We ended up eating twice at this restaurant in Dijon because we were there on Easter Sunday and Monday and every other restaurant seemed to be closed. The first night we had Japanese food. We had sushi with miso soup, a cabbage salad that was...More