Nice place. Good setup. No complains about working stuff and food. You have big choice of Japanese kitchen as sushi, sashimi and rolls. Just enjoy
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Although this restaurant looks ancient it is relatively new. If possible take the opportunity to eat outside. The meals are very good, but be prepared for a lengthy wait. If you want a drink, other than water, you may need to ask.
It was my second visit to this place. The food was gorgeous,good service and nice staff. I love this place and I'm pretty sure, this is not the last visit. Good luck Izumi, you guys best sushi makers in town.
unless you are craving Japanese food..not worth a visit. If you a long term residence then its not bad but there are better. Pretends to be Japanese but struggles to get it right. Most if not all the fish is frozen..Uzbekistan is a double land locked country after all..fresh 'sea' fish is an oxymoron
Apart from the sushi, do not expect authentic Japanese fare. I would most certainly not pay such prices for the food if this was in Singapore/Hong Kong/London/US, but choices are limited in Uzbekistan. It is an excellent choice if you are desperate for Japanese and Chinese food (can't really tell which cuisine they are making most of the time) after... More
Sushi and atmosphere is great in Izumi, and it is one of the best places for sushi in Tashkent. The price is quite high, as everywhere in the world for Japanese cuisine. Better sushi you can find only in Japan.
If you are a big fan of Japanese food (especially sushi), then this is the place for you to indulge yourself. I would rank it the best Japanese place in town. Be prepared to pay a high price for that (compared to other sushi places in Tashkent). However, it's worth every penny. The place is very quiet and relaxed. The... More
If you are a passing through traveller, a Japanese restaurant in Tashkent would not be your first choice! If on the other hand you are ready for a small respite from more garish places, Izumi is a lovely spot. The decor is restful and the interior courtyard with its bamboo, water feature and coloured rocks is a treat. Izumi serves... More
shared a boat of suschi which had at least 20 bits on for 2 people. good value overall but not the cheapest. As with most places you need an Uzbek card or cash. This place took both som and $.
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