Took sushi and a miso soup. The sushi were not really good, but not extremely bad either The miso soup didn’t have taste. The dehydrated soup at Coles is better. I have tried homemade Miso soup in the past, so I know it can be...More
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I used to come here a lot.it was reasonably priced with good food. The food is ok and more expensive. The dessert was bad, my friend and I had the coffee jelly and it was covered in sugar, it basically tasted of molasses and nothing...More
Dishes are of average taste, a bit pricey compared to others like them. The saving grace in this place is the green tea which is just as well as it is a tea house after all. They need to put more flavour in their sauces...More
I love the decor inside and friendly service but I am not sure why many people give this place raving reviews! I have been to Japan three times and knowa bit a bout the cuisine so it is pretty ordinary to me, sorry for those...More
Went there last week for another impromptu lunch. Haven't been since the last review but will not be hurrying back. Service slow and the experience well disappointing to say the least. Food unexceptional. Will not be back in a hurry.
Kawasemi teahouse was a real find, out in a small arcade just off the main road in Moonah. I owed this discovery to my eldest daughter who lives in Hobart and knows that I love Japanese food- she and I went to an Adult Education...More
We use to get our sushi fix from Kawasemi on a regular basis, but the last time we ordered a takeaway platter of sushi and sashimi we were a little disappointed. It was quite expensive and the platter wasn't that full. Taste wise there was...More
Looking for an early, reasonably priced gorgeously clean and refreshing midweek meal, there is absolutely no Restaurant to beat the Kawasaki Tea House. To start we had the Mussel Soup. A beautiful entree of Prawn wrapped in mushroom and Onion skin. The Sukiyaki brilliant as...More
Very tasty food especially the steak and salmon dishes. They supply generous proportions. It is an enjoyable small restaurant to share a meal with friends and parking is not a problem. Conversation is not spoiled by too much surrounding noise.
Kawasemi used to be a favourite restaurant. Not any more. On a recent visit floor was filthy, chairs dirty and stained. Food was very average but had become expensive. Chunky sashimi betrayed a novice chef. We were all crammed into one room and so it...More