We have a friends lunch. Very good food, but the service was slow. Good atmosphere. You should reserve in advance becouse is quite small.
Makes sense to enjoy these Japanese. Far from lux but more than enough if ones want to eat and not to see. Service very professional even suggesting an appropriate wine and the quantity to order. Good deal and I will for sure come back.
Excellent value for money! Relatively small menu, but still plenty to choose from. We went there without a reservation and had to wait for half an hour, seated in the front of the restaurant with a drink. The food was absolutely worth while, and because we were seated at the bar next to the open kitchen, we could see with... More
I consider Japanese and Catalan to be two of the world's greatest cuisines. As such, I had great expectations of this restaurant, particularly in light of many glowing reviews. In addition, my family and I really wanted to like the place, as it is only three blocks from our home and next to a playground that we take our children... More
This small, friendly restaurant offers the most delicious, beautifully presented dishes. The fusion of Japanese with Mediterranean flavors is inspiring. Definitely book in advance and prepare for a real treat in Barcelona.
A tiny little restaurant serving lovely food. Full of atmosphere! I recommend the cold noodles and their duck. Reservation is also a good idea - the restaurant is small but busy. Reasonably priced also, especially compared to some Barcelona restaurants. Best green tea! Staff are also lovely and speak good enough English for those who need it, also readily recommend... More
I enjoyed a lot the food, it was really good and also the price was good. I would recommend it to a friend. It is good to make a reservation since the restaurant is quite small.
We had a delicious lunch here after a trip to the sagrada familia. Great service and good choice on the menu. We ordered four dishes which each were quite generous portions and each presented very well and really delicious. We would recommend if you fancy a change from tapas and are looking for a place near the sagrada familia.
This is the kind of restaurant for people who don't like Japanese food. Let me explain: if you think that all the Japanese restaurants serve only raw fish and you really hate it, then, this is your restaurant! Kenji loves cooking the kind of food that you could eat in a canteen (not a posh restaurant); udon noddles, vegetables, stuffed... More
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