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Modern Japan meets old Glasgow in this cool and contemporary refurb of a Grade A listed City Centre building.Authentic Japanese food made using fresh locally sourced ingredients and served in a relaxed and informal setting.Serving crisp tempura, mouth-watering noodle dishes, the freshest sushi, handmade to order, and much more.A true taste of Japan in the centre of Glasgow.
We were dissapointed with this restaurant. The service was fine, but the food did not live up to our expectations based on these reviews. In our opinion, the sushi did not taste good at all. In fact, we felt we had to stuff some food...More
I went in on Valentine’s Day with my other half and my food came in 10 minutes and 30 minutes later they brought out my partners food when mine was already cold. The sushi was quite disappointing and the beef in the beef teriyaki was...More
The food here was lovely but be care of the gratuity charges; they automatically add 10% to the bill, which is fine albeit a tad presumptuous! However they then ask for an extra gratuity to be added on the card terminal. Restaurants should really allow...More
Lovely food, nice and chilled atmosphere!
The lunch deal is great, and there is such a large selection of food that will fit all tastes! My boyfriend loves sushi and was thoroughly pleased with his sushi platter. Service was okay, but the food was the...More
We dropped in for a quick lunch and we were utterly blown away by how good the food is. We had soup noodles and sushi. Literally everything was delicious. Service was friendly and attentive and the prices were frankly remarkable for the standard and location....More
This is probably one of the best Japanese / fusion restaurants I've found in Glasgow. The nigiri and sashimi are great - the cha han superb ! Lively music is a welcome change from background elevator music. I visit every time I go to Glasgow...More
My wife and I visited for lunch and it was what we would call Fine, as in 5 out of 10. Service was good and a really friendly waiter with some personality. Food was nice but average, hence the fine status.
Thankfully we booked a table on a Friday night, because it turned out to be very busy. Perhaps it's because we are from the sticks (Ayr) we are out of touch with the price of alcohol in the city. A 650ml of Sapporo was pennies...More