I went some months ago, they had great sashimi, the best I've tried in Santiago. The sushi was good too. I've heard they only have ramen now,it must be good, because the soups and ramen used to be awesome before the reopening.
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Living in central Italy my favourite food Sushi is rare, here I found excellent quality at very good prices paired with swift and friendly service
Not much to say really, except the Sushi was excellent. After many months travelling South America, this is the best sushi we have had. The decor in the restaurant does need a little refurbishment, but don't let this put you off. Also, you should know,...More
We have visited Kintaro every time we have been in Santiago for the past 12 years. It has been there that long. It's not like sushi bars in other countries - you can't order directly from the chefs. You must place your order with the...More
The sushi here is some of the best I've had anywhere outside of Japan. For dinner you need to get there when the door opens as it is very popular and fills up quick. When looking for the place you need to look on the...More
We loved the food at Kintaro. Although the venue isn't much to look at - a very basic Japanese style casual restaurant, the food was excellent. We mainly had salmon maki and sushi and they were fresh, fragrant, authentic, accompanied with similarly fresh and spicy...More
As usual you find a place with stunning reviews - and you get average food. The sushi is good and fresh, but NOTHING special. It is very ordinary. It is like the sushi i buy in normal stores in Norway.
We found this place from a Japanese friend who just moved here. He insists it's the best sushi in town, and it is. Not everything is filled with queso crema, and we had the Tokyo roll- filled with unagi (eel or aguila in Chile). I've...More