YUKI Japanese home dining

Gault&Millau's review

Chef: Carmen ALEXE A purist izakaya in Bucharest, yuki respects all codes required by this kind of Japanese pub: the mandatory welcome greeting, the efficient politeness, a cabinet with tea bowls belonging to regular customers, and a menu with comforting, impeccable dishes. The Wafu udon salad is a nice introduction, with homemade udon noodles and seaweed. Next, try the Saba no tatsuta-age – soy and ginger marinated and then fried mackerel –, Kamo yaki – pan fried duck breast with sansho pepper –, or Misokatsu, a pork schnitzel lighter than the European counterpart, served with a rich and flavorful sauce. Beer, sake (cold or warm), and Genmaicha, a green tea with roasted rice, are all ideal pairings. Descoperă mai multe despre YUKI Japanese Home Dining pe noua noastră platformă locală de gastronomie, unde poți găsi recenzii și pentru celelalte restaurante din comunitatea noastră extinsă, precum și recenzii de vinuri românești – toate atent selecționate urmând principiile internaționale ale ghidului nostru.

Address

Strada Puțul lui Zamfir, nr. 5
Bucharest

Contact

+40 761 341 667

Web site

Opening hours

Monday 
Tuesday  12:00 - 15:00 / 18:00 - 22:00
Wednesday  12:00 - 15:00 / 18:00 - 22:00
Thursday  12:00 - 15:00 / 18:00 - 22:00
Friday  12:00 - 15:00 / 18:00 - 22:00
Saturday  / 13:00 - 22:00
Sunday 

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KANPAI

Strada George Călinescu, nr. 49, Bucharest

Japanese

Chef: Takehiro SHIMURA The atmosphere is casual at KANPAI, and the menu offers a wide range of all-time Japanese favorites: sushi, woks, rice burgers, several Don rice bowls, soba noodles, tempuras and curries. Try the Nippon Plate or the Mixed Yakitori for starters, then should you go for a bowl of ramen, the Konnyaku with konjac yam noodles is a simple, low carb alternative. Matcha, black sesame and wasabi ice cream are going surprisingly well together as a dessert trio. As the name suggests – kanpai means Cheers! in Japanese –, the restaurant pays as much attention to drinks as it does to food, so why not try some sake, served cold or warm – rice, for the classical flavor, plum for a sweeter and a bit sour alternative. Discover more about KANPAI on our new local gastronomy platform. Here you can also find reviews for other restaurants from our extended community, as well as Romanian wines reviews – all carefully selected following our guide’s international standards.

Ginger Sushi Bar & Lounge
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11 / 20

Ginger Sushi Bar & Lounge

Calea Victoriei, nr. 63 – 81, Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest

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Chef: Phursand LAMA For a sushi evening in a modern restaurant in the heart of Bucharest, Ginger Sushi is the place to go. Following the classic Japanese standards, the sushi here distinguishes itself both through the quality of ingredients and execution. The miso soup, light and flavorful, makes for a perfect introduction. Next, you can try the Nigiri with tuna, salmon, or yellowtail, all with fresh, tender fish and fragrant rice, of good consistency. Among the Maki combinations, beside those with fish or vegetables, you will also find some with beef or foie gras. For dessert, you should try the creamy and refreshing mango and wasabi mousse – less experimental than it sounds, but certainly special. Discover more about Ginger Sushi Bar & Lounge on our new local gastronomy platform. Here you can also find reviews for other restaurants from our extended community, as well as Romanian wines reviews – all carefully selected following our guide’s international standards.

Edo Sushi
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Edo Sushi

Strada Știrbei Vodă 84A, Bucharest

Japanese

Chef: Marius CORICI Edo Sushi stands out among the city’s Japanese restaurants thanks to its casual atmosphere – a comfortable garden enclosed in charred wood, counter seating around a small koi pond, warm service and friendly prices, which may explain the youthful clientele and happy energy. The menu is broad, featuring diverse combinations of Maki sushi, simple noodle bowls and Izakaya style dishes (Yakitori or Karaage), but also some substantial mains such as duck breast teriyaki. The homemade silky pork Gyoza and the crispy, fluffy prawn tempura are particularly noteworthy. The drinks menu will sustain a get-together, with a couple of sakes, local beer and sodas, and an interesting selection of teas. Discover more about Edo Sushi on our new local gastronomy platform. Here you can also find reviews for other restaurants from our extended community, as well as Romanian wines reviews – all carefully selected following our guide’s international standards.

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