Kihachi Japanese Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2667 Federated Blvd

    Columbus, OH 43235

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  • 614-764-9040

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Hours
Mon. - Sat. 6am - 10pm;Sun. CLOSED
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We had reservation at 6:30 on Saturday night for family dinner. The first plate came after we waited for 1 hour. The last plate came at 9:30. One plate for 4 people every 30 minutes. Good food but this is not dinner we expected. NO

3
★★★★★

We had reservation at 6:30 on Saturday night for family dinner. The first plate came after we waited for 1 hour. The last plate came at 9:30. One plate for 4 people every 30 minutes. Good food but this is not dinner we expected. NO

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Nothing extraordinary foodwise - but really rude - I got a feeling that you have to be of a certain class (or perhaps japanese?) to be welcome here.

3
★★★★★

Nothing extraordinary foodwise - but really rude - I got a feeling that you have to be of a certain class (or perhaps japanese?) to be welcome here.

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Unlike 99% of the Japanese style eateries in this country, this place caters to people who actually know and care about Japanese food. They get that you don't have to serve raw fish or toss shrimp in the air at a grill. The food is authentic, delicious, and elegant. Just like you get at a nice restaurant in Japan.

We ordered off the seasonal menu written in Japanese, which our server carefully explained to us. We had boiled eggplant in broth, grilled matsutake (from Oregon), tataki-awase (boiled pumpkin, shrimp, and other things), saba oshizushi (pressed sushi with mackerel), and tekka maki (tuna roll sushi). We also ordered mozuku (seaweed salad) and agedashi dofu (deep fried tofu in broth). Nothing disappointed. The matsutake and mackerel sushi were standouts.

The all-Japanese group in the tatami mat room next door sounded like a typical work-buddy group gathering after work. For a split second I even felt like I was back in Japan, to my great surprise. But go for the food. If you want to know how a real Japanese person eats when s/he wants to go somewhere a little special, go here.

2
★★★★★

Unlike 99% of the Japanese style eateries in this country, this place caters to people who actually know and care about Japanese food. They get that you don't have to serve raw fish or toss shrimp in the air at a grill. The food is authentic, delicious, and elegant. Just like you get at a nice restaurant in Japan.

We ordered off the seasonal menu written in Japanese, which our server carefully explained to us. We had boiled eggplant in broth, grilled matsutake (from Oregon), tataki-awase (boiled pumpkin, shrimp, and other things), saba oshizushi (pressed sushi with mackerel), and tekka maki (tuna roll sushi). We also ordered mozuku (seaweed salad) and agedashi dofu (deep fried tofu in broth). Nothing disappointed. The matsutake and mackerel sushi were standouts.

The all-Japanese group in the tatami mat room next door sounded like a typical work-buddy group gathering after work. For a split second I even felt like I was back in Japan, to my great surprise. But go for the food. If you want to know how a real Japanese person eats when s/he wants to go somewhere a little special, go here.

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One of the finest consistent dining experiences I've had in Columbus--delicious Japanese food is also very authentic. Hidden in the strip mall across from Chipotle, its something of a best-kept secret.

Great place to go for noodles, tempura, etc. They have some sushi offerings as well, but this is THE place to branch out.

Expect a leisurely meal in an elegant atmosphere with the option of regular tables or tatami rooms. This very relaxing, Japanese-owned restaurant offers a holistic Japanese dining experience that will calm you and enable you to appreciate the textures of Japanese cuisine.

2
★★★★★

One of the finest consistent dining experiences I've had in Columbus--delicious Japanese food is also very authentic. Hidden in the strip mall across from Chipotle, its something of a best-kept secret.

Great place to go for noodles, tempura, etc. They have some sushi offerings as well, but this is THE place to branch out.

Expect a leisurely meal in an elegant atmosphere with the option of regular tables or tatami rooms. This very relaxing, Japanese-owned restaurant offers a holistic Japanese dining experience that will calm you and enable you to appreciate the textures of Japanese cuisine.

Pros: elegant ambience, authentic, delicious food

Cons: expensive: you get what you pay for

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I'm a white Ohioan who lived in Tokyo for over a year, and recently moved back to Ohio with my Japanese fiance. I can say with 100% confidence that Kihachi is the equal of any upscale Tokyo itzakhiya. Its by far the best (non-sushi-primary) Japanese restaurant in central Ohio- and my Japanese fiance enthusiastically agrees.

The clientele is almost all Japanese, but the waitresses speak English and are very friendly. The atmosphere is pure Tokyo- sit at the floor-tables in the tatami-mat rooms, or sit at the bar and watch the chefs work. Menus are in English and Japanese, but the daily specials are always in Japanese only- always ask for a translation! These specials are usually VERY Japanese (seasonal Japan-only vegetables, for example) and are always delicious.

The more well-known Japanese staples are present- edamame, udon, soba, etc.- and you can (and should) come here even if that's all you want. This isn't a sushi place, but there are always a couple of delicious sushi offerings that are (again) up to Tokyo standards.

However, Kihachi has dozens of menu items you won't find at any even slightly Americanized Japanese restaurant. Octopus tentacle with soy sauce. Blood-rare beef sashimi topped with Japanese seasonal vegetable. Lightly fried shiitake mushrooms. Pork cheek. Wash it down with the premium Sapporo, or a variety of other Japanese beers or liquors.

In summary, this place is one of Columbus's hidden treasures. Ignore the hibachi, head directly to Kihachi.

2
★★★★★

I'm a white Ohioan who lived in Tokyo for over a year, and recently moved back to Ohio with my Japanese fiance. I can say with 100% confidence that Kihachi is the equal of any upscale Tokyo itzakhiya. Its by far the best (non-sushi-primary) Japanese restaurant in central Ohio- and my Japanese fiance enthusiastically agrees.

The clientele is almost all Japanese, but the waitresses speak English and are very friendly. The atmosphere is pure Tokyo- sit at the floor-tables in the tatami-mat rooms, or sit at the bar and watch the chefs work. Menus are in English and Japanese, but the daily specials are always in Japanese only- always ask for a translation! These specials are usually VERY Japanese (seasonal Japan-only vegetables, for example) and are always delicious.

The more well-known Japanese staples are present- edamame, udon, soba, etc.- and you can (and should) come here even if that's all you want. This isn't a sushi place, but there are always a couple of delicious sushi offerings that are (again) up to Tokyo standards.

However, Kihachi has dozens of menu items you won't find at any even slightly Americanized Japanese restaurant. Octopus tentacle with soy sauce. Blood-rare beef sashimi topped with Japanese seasonal vegetable. Lightly fried shiitake mushrooms. Pork cheek. Wash it down with the premium Sapporo, or a variety of other Japanese beers or liquors.

In summary, this place is one of Columbus's hidden treasures. Ignore the hibachi, head directly to Kihachi.

Pros: Delicious and authentic un-Americanized cuisine

Cons: slightly pricey- but 100% worth it!

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My intimidation upon entering Kihachi the first time was immeasurable, but I stuck with it; I'm glad I did. Two years later, I cannot count the number of times I have eaten there. The food is fantastic. The atmosphere relaxes you. You won't even have a choice in the matter. When I sit at that sushi counter, my stress melts away.

To all the folks who gripe about service, a few points:
1) Staff at all restaurants play favorites with "the regulars" at their establishment. Just because the regulars at Kihachi are Japanese salarymen doesn't justify spouting ignorant diatribes.

2) Service is slow because that's the pace of the restaurant. In the same way that a five-course meal at The Refectory will take longer than a hamburger from the drive-up at Steak and Shake, dining at Kihachi is suppose to be a pleasure. If you're in a hurry that night, eat somewhere else.

3) In all my experiences there, I have never seen anyone be unfriendly, unhelpful, etc. Be polite and patient and you will receive the same in turn.

Enjoy!

2
★★★★★

My intimidation upon entering Kihachi the first time was immeasurable, but I stuck with it; I'm glad I did. Two years later, I cannot count the number of times I have eaten there. The food is fantastic. The atmosphere relaxes you. You won't even have a choice in the matter. When I sit at that sushi counter, my stress melts away.

To all the folks who gripe about service, a few points:
1) Staff at all restaurants play favorites with "the regulars" at their establishment. Just because the regulars at Kihachi are Japanese salarymen doesn't justify spouting ignorant diatribes.

2) Service is slow because that's the pace of the restaurant. In the same way that a five-course meal at The Refectory will take longer than a hamburger from the drive-up at Steak and Shake, dining at Kihachi is suppose to be a pleasure. If you're in a hurry that night, eat somewhere else.

3) In all my experiences there, I have never seen anyone be unfriendly, unhelpful, etc. Be polite and patient and you will receive the same in turn.

Enjoy!

Pros: Everything!

Cons: What are the drawbacks?

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Kihachi is outstanding. The decor is simple and tasteful. The atmosphere is pleasant, particularly at the counter on a cold winter night where you can feel the heat from the grill as you watch both chefs work their magic. If you believe that a meal is a race rather than an experience, or if you think that a meal is only good if it is inexpensive, or feel that good service is only rendered by a wait person who spends almost as much time at your table during the meal as you do, then this is not the place for you. If you believe that eating a meal consisting of only the finest quality ,freshest ingredients available, individually prepared by an expert, is something to be cherished, then Kihachi cannot be missed. You should be prepared to both wait, and pay, for the finest Japanese cuisine available. After all, the chef both waits, and pays, for the finest ingredients on the market. The staff can get busy, but have been friendly and professional to me every time that I have gone. The secret? Say hello, engage in conversation about what is fresh, and what the specials are. Tell them what you enjoyed.

What to eat? No item I have tried has disappointed. Bluefin tuna, Toro, hirame, eel in vinegar sauce, Jack fish, hamachi, kampachi have all been incredible. Several times the tuna has left me speechless. Simply the finest quality I have eaten in the US. Braised duck breast with tamari, soba noodles with duck, steamed duck with sake are all hits. Grilled pork cheek meat-heavenly. Edamame and tempura shiitake mushrooms with shrimp is outstanding. If you are really lucky, and REALLY willing to pay good money for great food, then go in the fall and eat the Matsutake mushroom. I had my first at Kihachi. I think six mushrooms grilled was $30. My wife said I was crazy. After I finiished the last one she asked me what I thought? I told her I thought it was time to order more Matsutake! If you are impatient, don't worry. I will be there to take your seat.

2
★★★★★

Kihachi is outstanding. The decor is simple and tasteful. The atmosphere is pleasant, particularly at the counter on a cold winter night where you can feel the heat from the grill as you watch both chefs work their magic. If you believe that a meal is a race rather than an experience, or if you think that a meal is only good if it is inexpensive, or feel that good service is only rendered by a wait person who spends almost as much time at your table during the meal as you do, then this is not the place for you. If you believe that eating a meal consisting of only the finest quality ,freshest ingredients available, individually prepared by an expert, is something to be cherished, then Kihachi cannot be missed. You should be prepared to both wait, and pay, for the finest Japanese cuisine available. After all, the chef both waits, and pays, for the finest ingredients on the market. The staff can get busy, but have been friendly and professional to me every time that I have gone. The secret? Say hello, engage in conversation about what is fresh, and what the specials are. Tell them what you enjoyed.

What to eat? No item I have tried has disappointed. Bluefin tuna, Toro, hirame, eel in vinegar sauce, Jack fish, hamachi, kampachi have all been incredible. Several times the tuna has left me speechless. Simply the finest quality I have eaten in the US. Braised duck breast with tamari, soba noodles with duck, steamed duck with sake are all hits. Grilled pork cheek meat-heavenly. Edamame and tempura shiitake mushrooms with shrimp is outstanding. If you are really lucky, and REALLY willing to pay good money for great food, then go in the fall and eat the Matsutake mushroom. I had my first at Kihachi. I think six mushrooms grilled was $30. My wife said I was crazy. After I finiished the last one she asked me what I thought? I told her I thought it was time to order more Matsutake! If you are impatient, don't worry. I will be there to take your seat.

Pros: Best quality, seasonal ingredients, masterfully prepared-ask what chef recommends

Cons: Staff can get busy- to avoid this, eat early and wait times are minimal

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Kihachi Japanese Restaurant is the best in Columbus ! We needed help with the menu so our waiter was kind enough to assist us.
Our meal was delicious and delightful .

1
★☆☆☆☆

Kihachi Japanese Restaurant is the best in Columbus ! We needed help with the menu so our waiter was kind enough to assist us.
Our meal was delicious and delightful .

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Appetizers including sushi were excellent. The service was very slow and unevenly served with one meal finally served as others were finishing their meals. Three hours and 15 minute experience.

First course delayed almost an hour. Main courses were average. Also small consistent arithmetic mistakes (overcharges) on 3 of 4 checks. I would not go back. Disappointed because I have eaten there before with good results and had recommended this restaurant to six others who joined us. I was embarrassed!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Appetizers including sushi were excellent. The service was very slow and unevenly served with one meal finally served as others were finishing their meals. Three hours and 15 minute experience.

First course delayed almost an hour. Main courses were average. Also small consistent arithmetic mistakes (overcharges) on 3 of 4 checks. I would not go back. Disappointed because I have eaten there before with good results and had recommended this restaurant to six others who joined us. I was embarrassed!!

Pros: Appetizers

Cons: Slow service, communication problems, inconsistent timing of entres.

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There is no question, Kihachi is the best restaurant and dining experience Columbus, Ohio has to offer. Some hints to the best meal you've had this week: 1. Make a reservation, seating is limited (~40 seats, open 6-10pm). 2: Be courteous and curious. 3: Don't expect sushi or a Japanese steakhouse, expect wonderful food. 4: Forget fast food, relax and enjoy. The ikebana displays throughout the small, exceeding clean restaurant are a hint to the chef's attention to detail: courses are prepared to exacting specifications.

Kihachi's secret is the staff: only two talented chefs and two wait staff serve a demanding clientele. The head chef's passion for fresh ingredients translates directly to the food. Traditional Japanese favorites are served alongside new inventions, each dish artfully prepared and plated on beautiful dinnerware carefully selected from a daunting arsenal of Japanese pottery.

Menus are in English, though must-have specials are in Japanese. The wait staff speak fluent English and are happy to translate the day's hand-written specials. Many of the seasonally-selected specials are fresh from Japan, delicacies from land and sea some may not otherwise experience. Food is prepared behind the counter, in full view of diners seeking to absorb a better understanding of Japanese cooking. The larger menu contains appetizer-sized portions appropriate for one or two people, while a separate menu lists dinners and light meals. Don't let the many menu items fool you: the quality of food is not diluted or diminished in any way by the myriad preparations listed.

An order of several specials or appetizers followed by a light meal for each diner is appropriate. Ordering too much can be pricey, but the temptation is so strong. Dessert is a delightful ending complemented by green tea upon request; choices include home-made ice cream and Japanese favorites.

Trust the staff, try the specials. Your patience will be rewarded in an amazing experience.

2
★★★★★

There is no question, Kihachi is the best restaurant and dining experience Columbus, Ohio has to offer. Some hints to the best meal you've had this week: 1. Make a reservation, seating is limited (~40 seats, open 6-10pm). 2: Be courteous and curious. 3: Don't expect sushi or a Japanese steakhouse, expect wonderful food. 4: Forget fast food, relax and enjoy. The ikebana displays throughout the small, exceeding clean restaurant are a hint to the chef's attention to detail: courses are prepared to exacting specifications.

Kihachi's secret is the staff: only two talented chefs and two wait staff serve a demanding clientele. The head chef's passion for fresh ingredients translates directly to the food. Traditional Japanese favorites are served alongside new inventions, each dish artfully prepared and plated on beautiful dinnerware carefully selected from a daunting arsenal of Japanese pottery.

Menus are in English, though must-have specials are in Japanese. The wait staff speak fluent English and are happy to translate the day's hand-written specials. Many of the seasonally-selected specials are fresh from Japan, delicacies from land and sea some may not otherwise experience. Food is prepared behind the counter, in full view of diners seeking to absorb a better understanding of Japanese cooking. The larger menu contains appetizer-sized portions appropriate for one or two people, while a separate menu lists dinners and light meals. Don't let the many menu items fool you: the quality of food is not diluted or diminished in any way by the myriad preparations listed.

An order of several specials or appetizers followed by a light meal for each diner is appropriate. Ordering too much can be pricey, but the temptation is so strong. Dessert is a delightful ending complemented by green tea upon request; choices include home-made ice cream and Japanese favorites.

Trust the staff, try the specials. Your patience will be rewarded in an amazing experience.

Pros: Traditional Japanese food, superb chef, unsurpassed quality

Cons: Total bill can be pricey if you go overboard. Courtesy is key and rewarded by servers.

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We just went to Kihachi under the guidance from Lisa at restaurantwidow. We sat at the bar and Chef Kimura was amazing to watch, almost like a magician. We also had really great service. I really felt like I could be at a great restaurant on the coast of Japan until I walked out of the front door. What a blessing to have this in Columbus, Oh! The menu is in Japanese with brief English descriptions, but waiter graciously translated it, explained the dishes, and made amazing recommendations. We had the best tempora I have ever had (Wild Mushrooms and Shrimp) and appetizer of baby octopi (which amazingly are very mild and were marinated in something great.) What I would describe as Japanese Mazaball soup, made with homemade tofu that was good and the best, most authentic Sushi and Sashimi that I have ever seen. Don't expect gimmicky rolls like a dragon roll, or anything with cream cheese, just the best, freshest ingredients prepared by a great chef.

2
★★★★★

We just went to Kihachi under the guidance from Lisa at restaurantwidow. We sat at the bar and Chef Kimura was amazing to watch, almost like a magician. We also had really great service. I really felt like I could be at a great restaurant on the coast of Japan until I walked out of the front door. What a blessing to have this in Columbus, Oh! The menu is in Japanese with brief English descriptions, but waiter graciously translated it, explained the dishes, and made amazing recommendations. We had the best tempora I have ever had (Wild Mushrooms and Shrimp) and appetizer of baby octopi (which amazingly are very mild and were marinated in something great.) What I would describe as Japanese Mazaball soup, made with homemade tofu that was good and the best, most authentic Sushi and Sashimi that I have ever seen. Don't expect gimmicky rolls like a dragon roll, or anything with cream cheese, just the best, freshest ingredients prepared by a great chef.

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The wait staff here needs improvement. The old women need to be replaced with english speaking friendier people. The prices are incredibly high, for what is ultimately frozen fish. All the sillly people that thing these are fresh cuts off of live fish are terribly uneducated. The smug atmophere here is silly, and most definetly unexpected at this "plaza" shop. If you are impressed with fish because its name isnt tuna and salmon, and you feel better when you spend more money, then try this place. Many better options in Columbus.

1
★★★☆☆

The wait staff here needs improvement. The old women need to be replaced with english speaking friendier people. The prices are incredibly high, for what is ultimately frozen fish. All the sillly people that thing these are fresh cuts off of live fish are terribly uneducated. The smug atmophere here is silly, and most definetly unexpected at this "plaza" shop. If you are impressed with fish because its name isnt tuna and salmon, and you feel better when you spend more money, then try this place. Many better options in Columbus.

Pros: Nice looking place, unexpected from the plaza

Cons: rude service, and overpriced.

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My husband and I wanted to try something different than the "normal" Asian food so I came on here and looked around and found Kihachi. To say that I was impressed would be an understatement! The wait staff was very friendly and accommodating. Took the time to answer any questions that we may have. We were seated in front of the cooking are so we were able to watch everything which was really neat. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended. The restaurant is very small, seats maybe 40 - 50 people at one time, but I think that this adds the the allure of it. It was pretty pricey, with tip we ended up spending about $83, but it was well worth it!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I wanted to try something different than the "normal" Asian food so I came on here and looked around and found Kihachi. To say that I was impressed would be an understatement! The wait staff was very friendly and accommodating. Took the time to answer any questions that we may have. We were seated in front of the cooking are so we were able to watch everything which was really neat. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended. The restaurant is very small, seats maybe 40 - 50 people at one time, but I think that this adds the the allure of it. It was pretty pricey, with tip we ended up spending about $83, but it was well worth it!

Pros: Very unique flavors

Cons: A little pricey

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Some of the appetizers were very good. They didn't seem to offer "regular" sushi -- just sashimi. The beef shashimi was excellent. The service was very slow so only go with people you can put-up with for extended periods of time.

2
★★★★☆

Some of the appetizers were very good. They didn't seem to offer "regular" sushi -- just sashimi. The beef shashimi was excellent. The service was very slow so only go with people you can put-up with for extended periods of time.

Pros: good appetizers

Cons: slow service

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I dined at Kihachi with a large group (none of whom were Japanese). We were very well accomodated by the chef with a nine-course tasting menu. This was one of the top five meals I've had in my life after having dined in many of America's and Europe's best. It was very traditional Japanese cuisine that challenged my western palate, engaging it with wholly new flavors and textures.

The fish was of higher quality than I've seen even in plain sight of the ocean. The broths were very pure and masterfully prepared. The sashimi was devoid of the typical, cheaper filler cuts (like salmon or freshly thawed tuna) you get at most Japanese restaurants. Hamachi, toro and uni. Let's cut to the chase.

The service could be better, but I still cannot gripe. It's just that good.

2
★★★★★

I dined at Kihachi with a large group (none of whom were Japanese). We were very well accomodated by the chef with a nine-course tasting menu. This was one of the top five meals I've had in my life after having dined in many of America's and Europe's best. It was very traditional Japanese cuisine that challenged my western palate, engaging it with wholly new flavors and textures.

The fish was of higher quality than I've seen even in plain sight of the ocean. The broths were very pure and masterfully prepared. The sashimi was devoid of the typical, cheaper filler cuts (like salmon or freshly thawed tuna) you get at most Japanese restaurants. Hamachi, toro and uni. Let's cut to the chase.

The service could be better, but I still cannot gripe. It's just that good.

Pros: Best food in town, Chef Mike

Cons: Service

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If you are not belong in the high class society, they do not like to serve you nicely.
If you are not in the higher business position, like president of the company, this restaurant owner is not well come to you. If you are younger, they treat you
so badly, included with your partner. The serving time is very slow compare with such a VIP people. If you are the upper calss position in your business, they serve you faster than anybody. If you use this restaurant for not in business purpose, they serve to you different food. You can see they treat you differnt as they treat VIP.

0
★☆☆☆☆

If you are not belong in the high class society, they do not like to serve you nicely.
If you are not in the higher business position, like president of the company, this restaurant owner is not well come to you. If you are younger, they treat you
so badly, included with your partner. The serving time is very slow compare with such a VIP people. If you are the upper calss position in your business, they serve you faster than anybody. If you use this restaurant for not in business purpose, they serve to you different food. You can see they treat you differnt as they treat VIP.

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This is a traditional Japanese restaurant, I mean real traditional.
The menu is mostly written in Japanese with short English description.
If you don't speak Japanese, do not expect any good service.
It seems that the way the lady how serve people.
If you are Japanese and order dring/meals then it seems you will get desert and extra free food, otherwise you will wait for your food and the service.
To orde a cup of water, you should wait for the lady until she completes the job with any Japanese guys in the restaurant.

1
★★★☆☆

This is a traditional Japanese restaurant, I mean real traditional.
The menu is mostly written in Japanese with short English description.
If you don't speak Japanese, do not expect any good service.
It seems that the way the lady how serve people.
If you are Japanese and order dring/meals then it seems you will get desert and extra free food, otherwise you will wait for your food and the service.
To orde a cup of water, you should wait for the lady until she completes the job with any Japanese guys in the restaurant.

Pros: Tasty, Good shef

Cons: Expensive, Bad service, Discrimination

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I had not expected a good services as I had heard stories about the lady owner who treated young student from asia unfairly. when I came with a few friends, there are also a group of Japanese guys in their 30s-40s in the restaurant. the lady owner treated them better than she treated us. our starters arrived Very late, while they had served lots of appetizers to the other groups. The food is no doubt amazing but very little on the amount. ONly one good thing about the restaurant, The CHEF, who is amazingly courteous.

1
★★☆☆☆

I had not expected a good services as I had heard stories about the lady owner who treated young student from asia unfairly. when I came with a few friends, there are also a group of Japanese guys in their 30s-40s in the restaurant. the lady owner treated them better than she treated us. our starters arrived Very late, while they had served lots of appetizers to the other groups. The food is no doubt amazing but very little on the amount. ONly one good thing about the restaurant, The CHEF, who is amazingly courteous.

Pros: FOODs, ambience

Cons: services

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No ordinary Japanese restaurant, Kihachi is a taste of Tokyo in a surprising location. This is not fast food, nor is it a Japanese steakhouse or sushi shop. This is the real deal---a simple, small (about 40 seats) place that will make you…

 

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