We had a late lunch , around 4 pm and were looking for something easy and light as it got dark We ordered 3 rolls and some edamame hot sake and beer The rolls were big and we may have over ordered That being said...More
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We enjoyed a wonderful meal here on a rainy evening. The Location is set back in the jungle off the main road, and is open air with views of the river and sunset. The Sushi boat is a great way to make the choice of...More
We were not expecting to see such a high quality sushi restaurant in the jungle. They nailed it. Was a nice cozy dinner for my husband and I without the kids. Saki was great too.
We had the place to ourself as the rain has kept some folks at home. They do a great job at their dishes. They are well made and high quality. It is worth a visit.
Aside from the great sushi, this place has an amazing setting along the Baru River. We've been here with large groups of friends as well as just the two of us. This time it was just my son and I and we decided to splurge...More
We had dinner here and left impressed, esp considering the location from bigger (sushi) markets. My wife rarely does sushi but left very happy. I'm a big fan of the cuisine so was not as impressed but considering location and availability of the needed ingredients,...More
we always go early and it's quiet. everything we have ordered has been excellent. good service. would love to come back at night without a kid and enjoy a delicious meal!
We came here for Mother's Day in Costa Rica and the food was quite good including the portion. Having lived in Asia my entire life, the only thing I noticed is the rice was soggy. Overall with the presentation and service it's all good and...More
A group of us went to eat here and everyone enjoyed it. I had the seafood salad, everyone else had the sushi.
we have been 'jonesing' for sushi bad ... saw the sign as we entered dominical on our way to tortilla flats ... we talked and decided to try it out!! it was small clean good service fast with the vino and beers, a little longer...More