As soon as we stepped in a waiter with French style English told us "it's closed, just reservations". It's fine that a restaurant could accept just people who have reserved but it's good not to forget to be polite.
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We went there on a week day around 12.30, we wanted to have lunch. A day before I tried to call but no one answered. I sent a message via facebook but no reply. When we arrived, there was a little note at the door...More
Went there without reservation and was asked to come back. Which we did, and was rewarded with high quality sushi . Noticed the guy who serve us had also turned down a number of walk in customers, although there were still empty seats around us....More
Visited on a Wednesday evening, upon arrival the waiter asked us if we had made a reservation, which we didn't but the place was empty, there was only one more couple. I am sure he already knew how many reservations he should have on that...More
This small place is a gem in Brussels. As per advised by other reviewers, we booked way in advance as we were a group of 11 people. We were the first ones to arrive upon opening time for dinner and the place was quite and...More
Already visisted several times at noon and in teh evening. Small place, better to book upfront. Daily fresh food, low price. No desserts. One of the best resto's in town.
A friend took me here upon recommendation of his Japanese wife. The place doesn't look like much: it's small, bright, and the overall feel is rather modest. Food however was absolutely fabulous!!! From rolls to oyster dumplings to beef. Nothing extravagant in terms of presentation...More
The food is simply good and authentic - service is simply good ! Hidden between the Quai aux Briques posh lobster and fish restaurants, you need to look for this place - once found, you will remember it. Go and taste a typical, authentic japanese...More
Reception at this place is only attitude and rudeness. We had booked a table and upon arrival the place was empty. The waiter was standing in the doorway and would not let us pass before giving him our name even though the place was totally...More
The Japanese notices plastered to the windows make the restaurant hard to spot, but add to the authentically Japanese feel. That extends to the compact interior as well. The sushi is good quality, and the tempura udon fantastic. The prices are a tad high, but...More