Very distinctive and authentic Japanese cuisine, sushi tastes very good, the price is relatively cheap, and teppanyaki is also available
A great surprise to find a Japanese Restaurant in a quiet town like Kampot - and not just a Japanese Restaurant but authentic one serving foods cooked with passion. Home cooked style from a loving mother inspired by love of family .... And what a great way to start your meal when you are served with sweet Japanese sake from plum fruits.... A very ideal place to watch sunset ... And a quiet place to drink your coffee at early mornings ....
We had the sushi/sashimi set between the two of us and it was delicious! Clean and fresh seafood was served up with the Japanese touch and staff were friendly. Even got a lovely handmade bookmark as a souvenir that came in handy for the trip. Thank you for a lovely meal!
Very tasty food. Not a huge menu and takes a little longer to come out but that's because it's all prepared fresh, which we really appreciated. Loved the soup that comes with all the meals as well. Pleasant garden setting with great river views. Owners very friendly and professional. Like most other restaurants in Kampot they close 1 day per week. Definitely worth going to.
Maybe an unlikely place for Japanese, but they made an attempt. Tried the sashimi assortment, but it tasted like some of it had been previously frozen. Still OK to eat. Shredded cabbage substituted for daikon, a little strange. Had a nice cold sake with. But the end of the meal was the high point: first time for wasabi ice cream. Fabulous. Now I want it every night.