I recommand bibimbab. It is very nice and healty. also It is convenient to order because of bell on the table. You can order or request help anytime you want.
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I was longing to having Korean food and I must say it was a delight. They were also very ooen to accomodate my wish to change a dish. The place is really pleasent and the service impeccable. Will go back next time I will be...More
This Japanese restaurant (with some Korean selections) had great sushi and a good selection of other typical Japanese dishes. We tried sushi, gyoza, tempura and bibimbap all of which were great. Limited bar menu (limited to beer, wine, sake and some liquors). Very quiet atmosphere.
One of the best Japanese restaurants I've ever tried. The food is yummy and Japanese (or Korean) at 100%. The place is fine and really quiet. The service is prompt even if the restaurant is crowded (on weekends it is better to reserve the table)....More
This is a great restaurant, nice atmosphere and good food. We had the gyoza, bibimbap and the chicken teriyaki. The dumplings were delicious, as was the bibimbap. The teriyaki was ok, but didn't come with any rice or starch which was a bit disappointing. Overall...More
Someone says that Tobiko is more expensive than the other japaneese restaurant in Turin, according to me it's not true! Food is absolutely excellent: sushi is cut in a marvellous way and fish is very tasty! The location is quite and makes you feel calm...More
Easily overlooked on a somewhat remote address, this is indeed a gem of a restaurant. The dishes are tasteful and incredibly fresh for a seafood restaurant located nowhere near the sea. Equally impressive is the variety of dishes they offer. Service is swift and attentive...More
I do recommend to reserve on Saturdays, especially if you want to go a bit later in the evening. The style of the Restaurant is very nice, not too much but still it has an Asian Flair. The menue is great, there is much more...More
Tobiko has evolved through the years and the Korean owner has had the courage to change from minimalist chi-chi style Japanese sushi to something less "common". Back to a more traditional Korean grill/Japanese Sushi-ya the feeling is of more coziness and rooms have improved in...More