Our family are usually having dinner here and we love this place. Hot sake and cold sashimi are great combination for me. Last time we tried new dish and yeah, its good :)
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We know the owner of this restaurant. He is a young but hard working Japanese man. his restaurant has been famous in Hanoi for a long time. We want to have authentic Japanese food that why we came here. The restaurant has three floors with...More
As being crazy about Japanese cuisine, I found out Ky Y immediately after I came to Hanoi. It quite easy to find the restaurant, #166 Trieu Viet Vuong street. When we went into for the dinner, we were welcomed by some friendly staff with saying...More
The place was a bit cramped and they usually take you upstairs. In Vietnam, upstairs means no ac with only fans running. (note: avoid upstairs). The food was OK with a wide selection on the menu. The prices are very high for Vietnamese standards. So...More
There are lost Vietnamese and almost full just weekdays lunch. Very amazed. I had Karaage Lunch it is deep-fried Chicken. Nice taste and so many piece, I recommend for guys need lots energy for working!
Its a nice restaurant and very busy. Employee are very welcoming and friendly. However i am not sure i like the food here. I think it is a bit pricey for the food standard. Overall it was ok experience.
Wanted a Japanese restaurant for a change in the diet in Vietnam. We found Ky Y and thought it would be great. But even though authentic it was probably average. Service was Vietnamese, not Japanese, and took some time. Food was nice, but not great....More
Small and not visible as it stuck in between others, the restaurant gives you a feeling of family business: cozy and warm. We sat in the room with big tree view, an old tree that rarely sees in Hanoi nowadays. The staff is attentive and...More