151 Beach St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia
151 Beach Street Frankston VI
(03) 9769 6748
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 5:30 – 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:30 – 10:00 PM
Friday 5:00 – 11:00 PM
Saturday 5:00 – 11:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
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Gareth Angeli said 4 years ago
This is a great way to try a variety of Japanese dishes without paying a fortune. All the food we had was fresh and delicious, and the fact you order as much as you want is great (and dangerous =p). We went on a Friday night and the place was packed, which is a positive sign. The staff did a good job of getting around to everyone in a timely manner but we did have an instance of ordering something and having to follow up/order again because they missed it. I recommend ordering several dishes at once as if you only order one you may have to wait between meals. Overall was a great experience, great food and I can't wait to go back.
G Man said 4 years ago
We went here for Mothers day lunch with a group of 10 including 2 kids. The service was friendly and quick. Food came out at a good pace and was delicious. The restaurant looks very nice and well decorated with a nice atmosphere. It qas lively but not too loud. I definitely recommend this place for great food and experience.
Divino Fernandez said 4 years ago
The new Frankston restaurant is really nice. The food was very good - especially the sashimi platter. The service staff were friendly and quick as well; though there were only few people in the restaurant when we dined in - not sure if this will change when the restaurant becomes busy. Overall the dining experience was excellent. I'll definitely come back again. If you like all you can eat Japanese, this is the place to go. Edit: Friday night on the first sitting - the restaurant is so busy. The order doesn't come out on time - about an hour delay for hot food. The kitchen struggles with orders when the restaurant is full. They are asking us for final orders when the rest of our food hasn't come out yet. You kinda lose your appetite when waiting for the food. That's what happened to us. We left the restaurant unsatisfied. The food is still good though if ever it comes out.
dean cooks said 4 years ago
It was pretty good.. when we went they didn't have a liquor license yet. Food was fresh...nice and prompt service. Liked the anime decor around the food. Good value and we will go back! Only got pics of a few things.. we devoured the rest!
Emily Rees said 4 years ago
Really had a great time with the family tonight. Food came reasonably quickly, some especially so such as the sashimi and sushi. The women serving were always smiling and accommodating of my three small children. It's a bit noisy but a lot of fun and we thank you for one of the funnest meals out we have had together for a long time. Arigatou
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