I have been there enjoying the time with some friends from work. The food is delicious, the is not so big and they do not accept reservations. Try the Dragon Roll and the Shrimp Tempura Roll!
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I describe this sushi as being American style because it's not true Japanese or Korean. There's avocado, fried rolls and everything delicious I remember from the US. Amazing!
It was so weird to be told that we couldn't order 4 rolls because it would be too much but thank god he insisted cuz three rolls between myself and my brother was more than enough. The rolls are huuuuuge and also quite rich depending...More
Don't blink or you'll miss this place. It's a tiny little joint off the main drag of Marine City, but you really don't want to miss it! Great sushi isn't really something you can find in Korea unless you like sashimi. If you're looking for...More
I never experienced this much humilation. When I visited this restraurant with my family, the server was cleaning up the table. But he said I had to wait over 30minutes. So we waited outside about 10minutes and I noticed there were over two tables empty...More
Not the traditional Japanese style sushi but great taste! Rolls had a huge amount of filling, tempura was delicious and a very generous serve (the local prawn tempura omg so good!). Worth a trip if you have a hankering for good, cheap sushi and Japanese....More
This place has ruined me for all sushi, enough said. If you're in Busan...do not pass go, do not collect $200. I lived in Busan for 3 months on business and frequented this place at least once a week, if not more. Nigiri was off...More
Sushi rolls are not very common in Korea especially those more sophisticated. This place serves extremely large and delicious rolls but it's not the only pro. Rest of the menu is as good as their famous rolls. The fish are very fresh and the service...More
A must when you are travelling to Busan. So delicious and the owner was really friendly. Very accommodation to 2 adults as well as 2 4 year olds.
The rolls here were done better than Nobu in Melbourne and Aaaya in London. The sophisticated rolls were quickly made and done with precision. The deep fried cheesecake was surprisingly good, very interesting. The staff were very friendly and did a great job. This restaurant...More