Super friendly, welcoming and cosy ambience. Great tuna teryaki but a terrible ramen dish served with cheap noddles, poor stock and not alot of substance and charged €13 just for the ramen dish.
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We had a full meal in Kenji, food was fresh and nicely prepared. Miso soup was great! Try Mediterranean Nigiri or Maki, it's lovely. The only thing we didn't like were deserts, not as good as the rest of food and ruins the whole experience...More
This place is rude to tourists. We walked in here because we had a show across the way at the Teatro Princpal. It was empty so we thought we could get a quick bite before the show. Every person, which were all locals, that came...More
We had a craving and stopped in here.Being from Vancouver,we are used to very high quality sushi.If you drop your expectations,you will be ok here. We had: 1)Ramen=just terribleDominated by a strong bacon/smoked ham flavour.Not good at all 2)Chicken karrage=quite decent actually 3)Tempura roll=ordered this...More
I went to this cute little restaurant last week. I had a menu which included Ramen and one kind of Sushi. Both of it was really delicious. Especially the Ramen bowl was really good. They also offer nice other variations of Sushi, but I can't...More
Stopped in for dinner and had the Sushi Combination special, along with some Gyoza and a glass of wine. Friendly helpful service, switched to English straight away and gave me the English menu. Not a large range of choices but what I had was fresh...More
I went there to eat sushi, i found this restaurant and i enter, because in tue doot was the garanty of trip advisor. We asked for temakis and it was horrible. The seaweed was wet, soft, and not enough for the rice. Temaki was barely...More