It was far below what else you can have in Cusco at better price. There many other much better alternatives
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We were the only Caucasians here - all diners and staff were Asian - so we had a pretty good feeling about it. Very good teriyaki chicken and tempura vegetables. Sushi was limited to a few rolls, none of them with fish. Service was fast,...More
Being Korean, I crave Asian foods when I travel. Being in South America for four plus months now, it's easy to get bored of similar dishes all the restaurants offer in the continent. Only asian food that I meet is cheap Chinese food, Chifa, which...More
We came with our kids enjoyed a relaxed dinner, fresh ingredients, simple yet delicious soups, and makis. Well priced. Saketini a must.
I waited an hour for my meal, and when another guest that had arrived 30 minutes later than I received the same dish as I had ordered then I got pissed and asked the waitress for mine, which she then promptly produced in less than...More
I had diarrhea right after our visit here (I had a feeling the food here tasted bad- not just like terrible food, but also like food gone bad) and couldn't get rid of it for a week, finally had to take antibiotics. Also, the food...More
Tucked away, down an alley with a few market stalls at the entrance, this Japanese restaurant was a little oasis of calm. Friendly staff and delicious food, would highly recommend it.
we were jet lagged, suffering altitude sickness & needing to keep two young kids (& 4 adults) happy & this cute little restaurant was great! top quality family service, care, lovely food & drink - be careful you don't order too much! such a lovely...More
a quite place hard to find it. Japanese food are healthy and tasty. the presentation is great, keep it simple and very oriental style.