Great bang for you buck. By far the best agadashi tofu I've had in years. Good warm sake and sashimi also. Traditional and run/owned by an old Japanese man. Service can be hit and miss
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I had the curry noodles, weird concept but spicy and so, so good! The ramen was also really good as was the sushi. The yakisoba was sweet though, not a good choice.
Maybe it was a bad idea to have Japanese food here in mexico. Miso soup was too salty, seaweed food was just ok. Ordered some nigiri which was not good. The tuna I took one little bite and told the guy, it was bad and...More
Having lived in Mexico for nearly six years, I am well aware that decent sushi is hard to come by in this country. After I read the reviews for Shalala earlier this evening, however, I figured it was worth a shot. The strong reviews, and...More
Really good for ramen! Their ramen is very traditional with only three different flavor options. I have tried the miso and the pork flavored and the pork is the best. The meat itself has great flavor. The noodles seem like they are handmade but even...More
The service is ok, the place is clean, not great effort in decoration BUT the miso ramen And the tonkotsu ramen was brutally good and it was a lot of soup (i mean it, Its a lot of soup) the owner is around all the...More