The salmon special sashimi was perfect and absolutely delicious. The Chiloe roll is wonderful and I totally would recommend this place to anyone.
After two weeks of heavy Chilean food, we were ready for something lighter for dinner, and we found it at this cute, cozy quasi-hole-in-the-wall. Service was quick, friendly, and very good, especially when you take into account our primitive Spanish skills, and we enjoyed the quirky ambiance that featured a Japanese television show loop (think dudes with swords chopping the... 更多
A small place, that doesn´t say much from the outside, but the food is just excellent, I especially recommend the Yakisoba, best in town. It has reasonable prices and has very friendly service. Authentic japanese food, of great quality.
We really enjoyed the sushi here - we ordered the combination of sushi and sashimi platter for $19000 Chilean peso and we received 35 pieces with it, which was pretty reasonable. Drinks are also very reasonably priced. Miso soup was included with the platter, which made a decent starter. Our waiter, Jorge, was very friendly and helpful. We took a... 更多
This place is pretty slept on, at least when I went it was pretty empty and the vibe wasn't exactly exciting... But the food was. Started off with some gyozas, really tasty and properly made, with the proper folds instead of the gloppy mass you'll get at most other Japanese places in town (admittedly quite a low standard). Then the... 更多
Located in Lastarria, this restaurant doesn't really look like a good place to eat, but don't let appearances fool you! It's probably one of the few restaurants in Santiago that offer authentic japanese food, with good quality, great taste, and at reasonable prices. The first time I went there, I had a bowl of tempura udon, and a tofu and... 更多