Mon-Sat: 12.00-23.30, -Sun: Zavřeno-
D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
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This extraordinary complex is a veritable shrine to Japanese cuisine and culture. The very chic, modern interior with black marble floor, stone walls, colourful panelling, timber and bamboo decor grabs your attention as the kimono-dressed staff greet you. The main, ground floor, dining space includes a Teppan table (unique in Prague) where the chef cooks strips of meat and vegetables on a large metal-topped table before assembled guests. To the rear are the beautifully decorated, traditional, tatami rooms where guests dine around a simple low table. The bar/lounge area is directly below, as are the two private Karaoke rooms where guests sing along to their favourite pop songs as they watch the pop videos.
The menu offers an extensive choice of outstanding Japanese delicacies.
Note the Teppanyaki ‘eat as much as you like’ offer (950Kč), Monday's from 16.00. And the ‘free delivery’ anywhere in Prague.
GPS: 50°4'34.063 N, 14°25'57.808 E
Locality: Prague 2
Underground: C -I.P.Pavlova; A - Náměstí Míru
Tram: I.P.Pavlova; Náměstí Míru
From city centre: .
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