Time Out Says
Apart from drink orders, miso soup refills and requests for hot food, the staff don’t have to do that much more than count your plates and take your money, so it bothers us that they’re constantly milling about. That said, the colour-rimmed plates host fine if unexceptional food.
The kamikaze is a potentially exciting combination of tuna, avocado and crab, but the flavours are made redundant by greasy tempura crumbs, while a similar fate plagues the urimaki spring rolls. The sashimi and nigiri are perfect, though, and the salads represent good value, with the fried aubergines and soy sauce, ginger and a squeeze of lemon being particularly tasty.
Top that off with the unbeatably speedy self-service – you can easily be in and out in 20 minutes – and it’s a job done semi-well.
By Time Out Dubai Staff | 26 Mar 2008
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