We took the menu with nine courses. First I thought the size of each course was too small to fill me up but believe me, the menu is enough! A good experince although expensive, too.
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This Korean, Chinese, Fusion restaurant was a nice surprise.The dishes were interesting, with the sauces being simply outstanding. My one problem is with the portion sizes. I ordered gyoza for 4 Euro intending to share, but to my surprise, there was only one. Other appetizers...More
We had the seasonal tasting menu of seven dishes. The booking was made about week beforehand and restaurant handled the prior communication well. The food was good, some of the dishes even excellent. Gaijin is able to offer international tastes that are not widely available...More
Ate dinner at Gaijin and had their 9 course tasting menu. The food was great, very tasty and nicely presented. The place is quite crowded, but plenty of staff so it does not translate into poor service. Rather pricey.
Coming from Australia we did not have high expectations...but this was a truly great asian restaurant in Scandinavia!
It was my birthday and whilst having enjoyed Finnish and Estonian food for a week, we fancied a change. Gaijin is a cool, welcoming restaurant with efficient, friendly and knowledgeable staff. The food was amazing - a mix of Korean, Japanese and Asian fusion delicacies...More
I enjoyed the innovative menu, but the food did not blow me away. The service was excellent. The thing that annoyed me the most was the portion sizes. Each item on the dim sum menu comes with ONE piece. Seriously? So we ordered dumplings and...More
When I write a review on a restaurant, I look for 3 main things, the food, service, and atmosphere. For our dinner at Gaijin, the food was delicious, but the other two components were disappointing. My main issue is the tables are inches apart and...More