Submitted Monday, March 20, 2006 - 7:35pm [Dine in]
I have lived in Japan for over a year and this is one of the few Japanese restaurant in Vancouver that actually serves authentic Japanese food. Some tasty authentic stuff they offer includes ramen, sukiyaki, chirashi sushi, tekka don... but for those looking for north american food such as california rolls, they have them too. Bottom line: Good quality and large selection. Service is nice too. Recommended for casual Japanese dining.
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Submitted Monday, March 20, 2006 - 3:25pm [Dine in]
3 of us were there for some Korean BBQ dinner. Food was great and prices were low but service and ambiance were unbelievably bad.
Waitor there was pretty FOB and can't seem to speak English. Because of miscommunication, we misunderstood that some dishes were free but in fact they were charged! Moreoever, when he brought our meat dipping sauce, he had his finger dipped in the sauce! When we asked for the rice that came with our combos, they only brought 2 bowls even though each of us were supposed to have our own bowl. Moreover, 1 of the bowl was completely cold!
As for ambiance, they had some kind of asian trance music going on, so we felt like we were in a rave rather than in a restaurant. Even worse was that they played the music on some low-quality recordable-CD and so the music kept skipping during the night.
For good food and "unique" service and ambiance, I totally recommend the place.
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