Small but friendly restaurant on a quiet street corner. Not far from Old City. Food was great. Among the best sushi I've had. Best in North America.
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Tokyo is still my best choice for sushis because they offer varieties that are not available elsewhere, such as shark. You may want to try Japanese delicacies such as tempura shrimps and their delicious fried chicken bento. It's also BYOB, which is always a good...More
We have been there several times, and that's the best place for those who have not yet tried sushi!!! this will becomes their favorite. The place is really nice and the decorations and services are in harmony with the food. Don't forget to bring your...More
Restaurant looks promising. Menu has no English. It is a Japanese restaurant. Servers tried to explain. I ordered beef nabe. Came in a pot and soup was not warm enough. Few pieces of beef. Taste was poor. Sushi rice was cold rice. Ika sushi was...More
Very popular Japanese restaurant, better to book. BYO place don't carry your stuff Two doors before the restaurant there is an excellent drinks shop. Lots of different types of local beers and some wine. I believe there is a More upmarket place also in St...More
Well located, not too pricey and they serve good sushi & Japanese cuisine. It is better a reserve in advance (especially on weekends) because it is usually crowded. Also, make sure to bring your own soy sauce if you really want to enjoy your sushi,...More
I leave near the Tokyo restaurant so I go at least twice a month. I have been to Japan many times and I love sushis but I prefer sashimi. Tokyo's restaurant offer so many good sashimi for such a good price. My bill never cost...More