I absolutely love this place! The service is great, the drink menu is on point and the food is outstanding. I can't wait to go again when I visit in the fall. Best filet hibachi I've had in a long time. Highly recommend!
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I have read all the negative reviews but I can't offer one. I really enjoyed our last visit. We made a reservation on open table for a Sunday afternoon. We were the first ones through the door. We have only been to the South Side...More
Was in the mood for hibachi so went to the express location near my office. Judging by the lack of customers, guessing the secret is out for how bad this location is. The concept is awkward (3 restaurant counters) inside a weird open space. The...More
It is fun watching the cooks prepare the food. The trouble is the service is rushed, the service not too friendly and quality of the food mediocre for the price charged. Waitress seemed harried; not too polite. Noise level was such that you could not...More
No shortage of places to eat and drink on Southside. But we were in the mood for a light lunch, and the sushi bar was just right! Fresh and inventive rolls, good service. We did not sit in the hibachi side, but in the bar...More
Went to Nakama for the first time recently, having heard it about it as a popular hangout on the South Side of Pittsburgh. Had a large group but had a reservation, we were seated at the appropriate time. Hibachi was great and the service was...More
This place has some good sushi, a little over priced compared to other sushi places and its not the greatest. Would go back.
The place is nice, looks new. The Sushi was of very high quality. It is a loud place due to the Hibachi tables. The service was prompt. The neighborhood is 'up and coming' (as is most of the Southside). So, don't expect a Tiffany's across...More
We were visiting for a Bon Voyage party for a friend/church member. The food was delicious, the waitstaff was great! We were with a large party, and it was the afternoon that the Penguins Hockey Team were playing the Philadelphia Flyers; so, the town was...More