By Amsterdam's standard this restaurant is huge!
It has three levels: first level is bar/lounge, second level is a 'normal' restaurant and the third level has four teppanyaki area.
Now I must admit that this restaurant doesn't really offer authentic Japanese, and there are better Japanese restaurants around. However, the teppanyaki is really fun to do with a group of friends, especially if some of then have never been to one. The cooks are really interactive and that always help for teppanyaki.
Expect to pay around Euro 35-40 per person.
We just popped into this place for a coffee but the staff were sooooo nice and helpful and the service was fab.
I saw two guys eating some gorgeous looking food but I don't know what it was. If I was looking for oriental food in Amsterdam I would definitely go back to this place. The decor is great and the whole place is quite classy. Tip the waiters... they work damned hard and they deserve it.
Favorite Dish: Like I said we just had coffee but it was great coffee :)))
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