Below average, uninspired sushi. You could get better at literally any neighborhood sushi place. Not worth the trip, especially considering they seem to be trying to go for the higher end market, don't be fooled.
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We have been here twice, once being ok and once being below average. The selection of sushi was very low, and the quality was not very high. Put simply: no where near what you would expect from a 300 kr buffet.
I love sushi and the concept of all you can eat buffet's so when this restaurant opened I was delighted. The surroundings are posh and can be perceived as a restaurant that exudes quality. Unfortunately it's all surface and no substance. Obviously the owner knows...More
When we sat down , there was no chopstick , no water, no glass.... table was dirty . So we told them please make everything ready. After 15 minutes she brought glasses and water . Then we have waited for 10 minutes. I went to...More
The place is beautiful in a grandios Hongkong China way, very clinical! The teppanyaki is huge! Way too big for our taste since it was not possible to talk to each other. The chef was capable and the food was very tasty. Do not mistake...More
1. Very unfriendly staff who didn't even bother to serve 2. We couldn't understand Swedish so we asked for English menu. There isn't any. That's ok. We asked if he could help to translate. The response we got was "it is what it is". We...More
When I first heard that a conveyor-belt style restaurant was going to be opened I was happy but sceptical. When I found out it's a buffet and you do NOT pay per plate, I was sold. Although it's a little more expensive than the average...More
Nice first impression with a great interior. Having dined at several Teppanyaki resturantes before expectation was quite high. The table chef didn't understand any language but Chinees and with a few food allagies among the 9 person party this became a little confusing. With the...More