Went with a group of work colleagues prior to a show and it was great! Had set menu for $40 each for 6 of us and was yummy! Food kept coming and each course was yum...Couldn't fault the service and great laughs had by all....More
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Came across this unassuming restaurant by chance, and very pleasantly surprised by the level of service, quality and value for money.
Had a great table for 8 each ordered different things and we all shared, a great way to taste a lot of different dishes - food was delicious
Kura is perfectly situated if you are going to something at the Town Hall, Q Theatre, or Aotea Centre. Huge plus factor is that when you book on line and tell them what time you need to leave, they record it and stick to it...More
Thank you ,we try our best If possible please sit at the counter so u can watch the action
Being underwhelmed after visiting the Casino (we are from a small town) we were heading back to our Hotel, it was late and we had eaten, but I was feeling like a special Tia Maria Coffee.....We searched bars, but no none to be found.......BUT much...More
Thank you , please try cold sake next time . Maybe Kikumasamune barrel sake or river crane Genshu (19%) My favourites
Good service, except the server didn't know that my meal was on the special menu and it came with rice and miso soup. After several requests from myself and my husband's, I finally got my rice but not the miso soup. I got sick and...More
knife and fork Yes sorry about that . I once went to Macdonalds and asked for chopsticks and they looked at me as if I was stupid and said if u want chopsticks go to a Asian restaurant . Considering 40% of the inner city...More
Great little restaurant with fabulous ambiance. Very friendly staff, young and dynamic people. The basement settings j'y is really authentic and convivial. Would definitely go back.
thank you as we are also very busy with comedy festival , and then its the the film festival
A few doors up from the Town Hall you'll find a discreet door. Slide this open and descend the steep stairs and you'll find yourself in Kura Sake Bar. Don’t be confused that you’re in Tanuki’s Cave, Kura’s sister next door. I was fascinated that...More
We were looking for dinner Friday evening and found this one. A great choice, which I can recommend. I will recommend to book in advance, it is a busy restaurant. The restaurant is located in the basement. It is a cozy restaurant created in a...More