This Japanese restaurant located at the basement of Hong Leong Building. It's been around since the 90's and it's known for its cheap prices and generous portions. Reservation is only allowed for dinner.
Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:00
$24 based on 17 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Quiet (4 votes)
Don't waste time, unless you don't have a choice. The food was bad, 1 order of sashimi with 2pcs only and is not fresh, with huge variety on the menu but they only have 1/4 of the item available, ramen was overcook with vey little soup, Hand roll taste funny with low quality mayo, green tea tasteless and is $2.80. Run by Japanese sisters but can't even set a standard. Only one word for this restaurant "S**k"
Went here with the groupon purchase. Service is terrible. Not enough staff. Worst part is extremely terrible communication. Were told its 0.50 for a cup of tea. At the cashier then put out a piece of paper said 2.80. Talked to the guy and I think he's prob jap and don't speak to us at all and just keep pointing to the 2.80.
Totally disappointed with this place.
Will never come back to this place or recommend any friends to this place.
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