Located in the Japanese area in Dusseldorf, Kushi-tei takes care of all details. It's a small place but the food is delicious and authentic! A truly authentic experience!
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Place popular among local Japanese is strong recommendation so we had dinner in this nice Japanese restaurant. Sushi and sashimi sets were delicious as well omelet with noodles portion. Service was a bit slow they were told to be fully booked. Anyhow I can recommend...More
We love Kushi-Tei of Tokyo!!! The super friendly youthfullcrew at the restaurant serves awesome tsukune and have some lovely sakes to sample. If you like japanese and are in Dusseldorf try to get a spot.
I've been going there every time I go to Dusseldorf and am usually happy because I don't find this type of food where I live. I admit that the food quality is good, HOWEVER, when I went there a couple of days ago, a day...More
Japanese traditional Izakaya style restaurant. I am Japanese and quite surprised that i can enjoy this quality of food in germany. try Jigoku (hell) ramen which is super spicy if you have brave :)
Very good lunch menu and especially for what you paying for. Recommend the karaage mix with mackerel menu, both are delicious. For evening just go with various yakitori, the famous chicken skin "kawa" is really good here but it's not always there.
Big queues outside the restaurant. Without reservation no chance to get a table. Service friendly but not really professional. Chicken Skewer tasty but too much salt. Sashimi great quality. Tempura Ebi fresh. All other skewers nothing special. Summary: ok but would try another Japanese restaurant...More
We are here at least once a week and it is always really satisfying. Now, there is a great ice cream parlor next door which adds to their appeal even more so. I will review the ice cream separately, it definitely deserves it.
Very good food. Always a good sign when the staff and customers are predominantly Japanese. Our party of 6 ordered a range of sashimi (excellent), ramen and hot dishes and thoroughly enjoyed the lot. Asahi beer and cold sake to drink. Just go there, you...More