I found this in a list of the best sushi all you can eat in Milan and decided to give it a try. It was so good! It works on a buffet basis, comprising a wide variety of sushi (rolls, and also sashimi) but also...More
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Amazing all you can eat in Milan, very easy to get and although pretty full never too crowded. The waiters are very kind and polite. The service is fantastic. The food is super fresh, you can see the guys preparing some all the time and...More
We had green tea and udon and ramen soups. The total bill was $24 Euro which included a $4 cover charge. Seemed just a little high, but the food was good.
Service fast , gentle and always ready to listen to customers needs but unfortunately the quality is poor and the fish does not have a decent taste or better any taste. Prices are ok but with the quality as stated above I would be surprised...More
We accidentally found this place while walking in the area and grabbed our attention the offer of all-you-can-eat buffet for 13 euro per person (or 11 euro monday-friday) in fact we saw many locals, groups of friends or families with children heading through its doors,...More
I went to this restaurant and had the "All you can eat evening menu" which was €20. For the money I was expecting a buffet style, but this was all prepared fresh!! I had soup, steamed dumplings, mixed sushi (22 piece) and a noodle dish....More
I have went to this restaurant two or three times and each time I enjoyed the food and atmosphere. It is located in a nice location, well connected with public transport and in a fashionable area. It has an open buffet with good quality of...More
We had dinner in this place last night with the formule of all you can eat. I should say that the food was superb and over that, service and treatment of owners was fabulous. I definitly will go there again. Highly recommended.
A reasonably good all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant with a good price. This restaurant lies at the heart of the Corso Como neighbourhood, which is busy lunch, dinner and late with business lunchers, diners and party-goers, including some fashionable clubs and some very busy and questionable ones,...More