Home of the famous Sake Bomb. The usual Japanese fare. We had hot Sake. Spring rolls, 6 piece sushi set and chicken kariage. $50 for 2 people so good value
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Having read the reviews I was excited about trying this restaurant. My experience was horrendous. $16 Ramen. This is a very expensive bowl of instant noodles and artificial flavoured broth which was unpleasant. Covered in bean sprouts and corn and did not at all even...More
Had lunch twice here and the food was delicious both times, very flavoursome. All food is freshly cooked. Staff are friendly but sometimes hard to understand. Highly recommended. Don't sit beside the toilet which is nearly in the restaurant itself.
We came here for a dinner. Food was great . I saw people came in to drink the traditionally sake which was fun to see. Nice and cosy atmosphere.
I had truthfully forgotten about this place and we recently revisited it again and it was fantastic. Sort of Japanese tapas style. Great spot for lunch or even just a snack of karage chicken and spring rolls!! We visited with 4 kids and 4 adults...More
Came with 2 friends and we were not disappointed! We really loved the chicken karaage, the donburi of the day (something like that) and the sashimi! The place is quite small but you feel at home. The only cook who's also the owner was trying...More
Fantastic food and great service. Unique place with a lovely slice of Japan. The sake Bombs are a must and ask for Gin to do a Sake bomb with. Great chef and one of our companies favourite quirky restaurants in town! Love the big night...More