First of all: sushi tastes great, service is very good. The sushi creations were not classic makis or nigiris, but Temaki had a different take on the sushi and gave them sweet, sour or even fruity notes. We loved it.
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It was more of a Brazilian taste than a Japanese part, but the tastes was good and the restaurant was pretty. The quality of fish was also Ok. The only thing was that the restaurant was packed with people. We were four of us with...More
This place is amazing. There was not a thing I ordered that was not one of the most delicious items I had ever placed in my mouth. I found it on the Eat Italy app and was glad to go with her recommendation. We started...More
I was looking for Sushi, and followed the advices of a Travel Guide. Temakinho is a mix between south-american and Japanese kitchen (I personally think that it has much more to do with south-american) I was a little bit decieved about the very small Sushi...More
Atmosphere is nice, food and drinks as well. I just don't understand why such small rolls cost 10 euros or more. Overvalued.
My friend booked online, we showed up for our reservation and were seated without any issues. I was skeptical when we arrived seeing as this restaurant was Japanese/Brazilian in Italy. I was pleasantly surprised...Tasty combo's and tweaks to original rolls in a very cool, little...More