My coworkers and I rolled in for lunch as we met Governor Ebai there for lunch. Just another below average Japanese style restaurant who can use a lot of improvement on the dishes. Service was ok. I liked the turtle display though.
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pleasant, sometimes busy. go early at lunchtime. Lots of food for the price. Service can be a little slow when lots of customers.
This used to be one of my favorite spots for inexpensive Sushi in Palau, but their prices have gone up by 25-50% and their quality has gone down. Now you are paying quality sushi prices for mediocre food. I can no longer recommend this place,...More
Fresh fish. Just average in dining experience. Service about average. Might be better when in high season?!
We ordered the Omakase menu for 2 (70 USD) and we were shocked by the portion presented. In fact it is enough for 3 to 4 typical Asian people! Trust me, don't order the menu if you just come in two. A la carte would...More
The place might not be packed, but go in and sit down, the fish is so fresh, it's better and less expensive for some reason, if you order the combo's......just is
Enjoy some Japanese food for good value. The bowls of Udon noodles will be dinner enough for $8,-, but the sushi is also very nice here. (Just beware: they put wasabi IN it as well, so notify staff in advance if you don't like wasabi)....More
Good and average food, nothing spectacular. It had good service. But the price was abit over the top, compaired to other options around.
While this is not strictly a japanese restaurant as they serve other dishes such as Chinese steamed fish, etc, the quality of the sushi and fish was superb. The service was prompt and the bill was modest compared to many of the other eateries in...More