Kinka Sushi Bar Izakaya
Most of the dishes were spot on, yet one dish was not my favorite. It was the fried shrimp that still had the exoskeleton. It was a bit difficult to eat. Other then that, great experience!
Staff has little regard for customers and their attitude makes for a rather unhappy visit. The food is not bad but nothing to write home about. This was our second visit and probably the last as the value can be found at many other sushi places with better staff.
Overpriced and not very good
Nice atmosphere and great food presentation. Creative and yet authentic. Had a great time dining there. Will definitely return.
Great sushi experience at Kinka! Booked this our second night in Tokyo and it did not disappoint, great introduction to sushi in Japan - blowtorch sushi plate was amazing, highly recommended!
Nice ambiance. Sushi was good, nothing to get excited about. The wagyu/uni roll with truffle oil was dry and disappointing. Grilled ebi/avocado was delicious. Would have liked to have more craft beer selections or just other draft beer choices than asahi. Boring. Noise level was off-putting, as diners around us thought we were in the ubiquitous izakaya and felt the need to shout there conversations to one another even though we were within earshot. Might return though for the hojicha creme brulee with unidentified ice cream, that was lovely.
Amazing Sushi!!! One of the best I had. Great local ingredients and innovative chef.
A great sushi bar with excellent food and a good special sake
loved their take on modern japanese food. will definitely be back when i visit tokyo
Stylish sushi restaurant in Shibuya area. Not expensive.
Good sushi with an interesting twist (some cooked types). We picked the recommendations and were very satisfied. Expect to spend 3-4000 yen per person.
The waiter speaks English pretty well and there is an English menu available.
Nice, relaxed background music in the restaurant, and Final Fantasy OST in the restroom!
Amazing food, decor, service, and overall experience.