Passeggiare in centro, perdersi tra i vicoli di Roma, visitare il Pantheon e mangiare cucina giapponese. Il programma ideale per tanti, possibile se ci si imbatte in Kisaki Ramen Sushi, locale situato a pochi passi dallo storico monumento capitolino e che propone come una vera e propria trattoria giapponese in chiave elegante. Ciò avviene grazie ad un ambiente moderno, raffinato, minimalista e caratterizzato da toni molto scuri che contribuiscono a rendere originali gli spazi.
La cucina propone una serie di piatti che possono essere suddivisi in tre macro categorie: ramen, sushi e cucina giapponese. Il tutto eseguito e preparato seguendo le classiche preparazioni che contraddistinguono la cultura culinaria del paese d’origine. Spazio quindi a “Hokkaido miso ramen”, “California cruncy tempura”, “Sushi moriawase ume” ed i “Dorayaki”.
Scritto da Luca Sessa
napoletano di nascita, romano d’adozione. Fino a poco tempo fa statistico di giorno, blogger e chef di notte, ora si dedica solo al food. Giornalista pubblicista, fondatore di Radio Food, gestisce il blog www.lucasessa.com, una vetrina dei suoi esperimenti quotidiani, un luogo nel quale scrivere, raccontare, confrontarsi.
Good food and excellent service. The atmosphere is fantastic. It is very reasonably priced. The fish is fresh! We will be back and try the milky sake!!
Perfect from beginning to end.
Everything was perfect! Very nice service also. I recommend the Syrah for the red whine he was really good. Thank you for this pleasant moment :)
Excellent service and food! Definitely the type of cuisine we needed at the moment. We had been eating hearty Italian food for the past 4 days, had to give our stomachs some light food without compromising flavor. The ramen came in clutch.
Service was great start to finish. Food was also at a very high standard, and reasonably priced. Atmosphere and presentation of the restaurant was very nice and calming
Non delude mai :)
Nice atmosfere and fair price for our dinner!
Maybe this is what japanese good is like in Rome? I did not find the ramen well cooked and the broth was average. The meat was tough whereas I'm used to it being soft. Price is quite high for what you get. Maybe I'm spoiled coming from Vancouver, BC, Canada?!
elegante e con servizio gentile e puntuale
Good taste! Good choice
The food was delicious. Spicy ramen was everything I thought it would be. We also had some salmon sushi which was also really good. Service was well arranged but sometimes felt a bit too much, but maybe that was just our impression.
Ramen was great, but can be better
Smettetela di buttare soldi all'all you can eat.
Lovely restaurant, good food, very nice staff.
We will come again ????
We are used to a large selection of sushi rolls, Kisaki Ramen does not have that. We had a starter and 2 California rolls (approx. 20 euro's each). Although expensive the food looked and tasted authentic and service was good.
We at a late lunch here. It was very quiet as we were the only customers in the restaurant. The food was good. The only negative comment is that we had to wait quite a while for the bill after our meal even though we were the only people in the restaurant. Overall, I would recommend the restaurant.
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