Review: This restaurant serves a variety of food cuisines from Japan, Philippines, Thailand, and China. Usually when a restaurant in Dubai is serving all sorts of foods from different countries, it isn’t authentic. I was right, nothing was authentic, and it just tasted all mixed up because they don’t specialize in one cuisine. Oh, and while I was looking at the menu, I noticed that they suddenly have Korean food as well.
Order: Horai sushi – 87DHS, chicken shabu shabu – 53DHS, Korean sesame chicken – 31DHS
Pricing: Prices are average, but I would rather spend my money at an authentic place.
Service: Staff was good at attending to the tables, and Ford came out in an appropriate amount of time.
Ambiance: Restaurant looked cluttered, and there are pots and pans hanging above tables where you can cook your own hotpot items, but I just didn’t like seeing the pots above, it made it look like they don’t have the space for it in the back.