When I go to a Japanese restaurant for sushi or sashimi I always expect cleanliness. The table was dirty. I had to ask for a clean glass. And my beer can (165 pesos) was covered in a sticky honey like substance. They gave me a...More
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We have missed good Japanese food living where we do in Mexico.We really enjoyed our two meals at Tokyo. Sashimi was very fresh and tasty. Tempura crisp, not greasy. Everything was very good.including service.
If you're looking for a good Japanese option in town this is the right place, authentic Japanese food, a bit expensive but totally worth it. Service could be a bit slow and place a bit old fashioned, but still the food is good.
I was there last week and the food and taste is still amazing, however, I had a problem when paying for our meals. The menu indicated that some dish included soup, rice & fruit for dessert, but when we got our check, they were charging...More
I'm a big fan of this restaurant in the Zona Rosa. The sushi and sashimi are delicious and I like the tempura dishes also. Nice atmosphere and good service.
Something Different. Some of the best Japanese food in Mexico. The waiters were very good describing the different plates, but we were seated at table that was somewhat hidden, which made it difficult to ask for something.
Great authentic Japanese Food at an accessible price! Located in the heart of the Zona Rosa ... I loved the tempura and the daily lunch menu is a great option.
Their packages come at a great price and include four pieces of a california roll, fried fish/chicken/pork, miso soup, fried rice and three pieces of fruit as dessert. It is enough food but the quality is very average. I give them an extra point because...More
This restaurant has been in the zona rosa over 35 years or more and is also known for its japanese food. The Tokyo teishoku is expensive which cost 375 pesos includes rice, assortment of sashimi, tempura, small grilled fish and fruits. When I am in...More