Good food, excellent service, very nice place! reasonable prices!!! One of the few places open on Saturday in Jerusalem> service was personal and quick.
This old standard has new owners, but it is still chugging along. It has the best sushi in Jerusalem and probably the freshest fish. However it is pricey. Some of the combos make a nice dinner. The portions are generous and the shrimp tempura is wonderful.
Hello All, We really expected more from a restaurant that specialises in Sushi. Since our last visit seems that the place is at a stand still. Nothing has changed and its looks in a state that renovation is needed urgently. Dishes that we ordered were tasty more or less. Waiters were doing their best. Hope that things will pick up... More
This place used to be brilliant , fashionable and delicious some years ago. We would visit it every time we came to Jerusalem. Nowadays we reurned to it to find a ruin of a place we used to like. The restaurant is dirty there are stains everywhere and the furniture looks very tired and mouldy. We noticed the changes and... More
The food was very good, order was brought to the table without delays, the service was nice and kind - what more can you ask?
We dined this Saturday afternoon at Sakura, and the bottom line is extremely disappointing. The restroom is not clean, and the handle of the door is stuck, making it difficult to get out. There are no towels of any kind. The restaurant itself doesn’t look better. The tables are very old and full of nicks and scratches. In the past,... More
I always find myself here when I'm craving something different in Jerusalem that's open on Shabbat. I find it better (if a little more expensive) than Rehavia sushi, and I like the tucked away location in the pedestrian alleyway. Fish is fresh, edamame and wakame are both good. I would like it if they had a little more variety of... More
Just because you have been around for 20 years doesn't make you a good restaurant. After 10 days of the same food I was craving sushi. I was told this was the spot. The service if you could call it that was Non existent. The frozen tuna saw it myself was just terrible. Maybe I was wrong to expect good... More
ok... its not hard to be the best sushi in Jerusalem considering the fact that I would call the rest of the possibilities "sushi style" more than sushi. its a little over priced and their maki is way too big, but the fish is fresh... which isn't a given in this city
We had very good sushi..which was a surprise in Jerusalem. Server was very patient with us & explained everything well. Good value for money & nice little patio out front. Its hidden in a little courtyard so a bit off the main drag.
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