Name: Kimono
Address: 54 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Directions: Near the corner of Quan Su and Ly Thuong Kiet, just across from the Quan Su Temple.
Phone:(043) 936 7629
Description: A large Japanese restaurant with sushi, teppenyaki, and open air roof seating.
Restaurant Type:Sit-down restaurant
Typical Price Per Person:60,000 – 150,000
Speciality:sushi and teppanyaki
Take Out:Yes



“Service was bad, communication terrible and my wife is Vietnamese!! . Three times we got told this food is not available… at the end we had an extra menu as it miraculously showed up when we asked for the bill. It’s pricy for Hanoi the waiters behind smart phones instead of serving, Manager not available to solve problems… all in all we will not come back . ( we do leave in Hanoi ) . IN the end when I refused to pay the manager did show up and we he did take the extra meal off, but that was after I lost my patience.”

“Was disappointed with the price/quality ratio. Japanese food is never cheap, also not in Hanoi, but this restaurant is relatively pricy, if you eat à la carte. We had dinner here with a group of Vietnamese friends and had a separate room on the top floor. Service by girls in Kimono was fine. The food itself was well presented and tasty. Sake was expensive. It might be worth it to try their buffet choice for a fixed price, which is downstairs sitting on a long bar, where the dishes pass by on a conveyor belt, but there are certainly better choices in Hanoi if you want to eat good Japanese food.”