The service wasn't good, the food wasn't tasty, I had better expectations as it is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Santiago, but I walked away disappointed.
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Street and the google map had me go through a Park to get to the restaurant. I finally found it and walked in noticing that there were no signs for credit cards on the door. I asked the first person I spoke to that worked...More
Came for lunch. Writing this review as I eat. Thought that this place had ramen. But nope, only udon. I was in the mood for ramen but I'll take sushi any day. Ambience is amazing. Apart from the very Western-looking stereotypical drinks bar, the sushi...More
The food at Japon is great. The selection and taste is the best I have had. I recommend sitting at the bar and watching the work of the team there. Also the atmosphere is good and the staff are very helpful
Delicious sushi! Huge pieces, tasted like butter... Salmon nigiri delicious along with rainbow roll and salmon, avocado and cream cheese
I went to Restaurant Japon for lunch. It's on a nondescript street, two blocks back from the Crowne Plaza hotel. Parts of Santiago look sketchy (and are sketchy) so I wouldn't be walking alone at night, but at 1300h plenty of people were around. There...More
I used to be a frequent client something like 5 years ago. It was one of my favorite in Santiago, but I simply stopped to go, nothing bad happened. A couple of day ago I was looking for some take away sushi around Parque San...More
First restaurant that offer sushi without cream cheese, they have sake. The food and the atmosphere is amazing. I will come back many times more.