|Address:||Richmodstr/Wolfsstr., 50667 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon: 4pm - 9pm, Tue-Fri: Noon - 9pm, Sat: Noon - 5pm|
|Reviews:||"Fresh fish at reasonable prices. Probably the best sushi in Cologne."|
| ||- Yoshi Kanabu (firstname.lastname@example.org) [July 11th 1999]|
| ||"Strange restaurant with sushibar where you can sit at the bar or some highchairs at tables. Unfortunately you can't look at the fish behind the bar because of a tinted glass. So you see the chefs working but can't see the fish (hope they don't have to hide something). They offer quite cheap sushi combos as well as a la carte. So so, the service is ok, but the atmosphere is uninviting. Drinks are served from a cooler like in a supermarket."|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [August 2nd 2000]|
| ||"The place is getting quite crowded in the evenings, also due to the
take-away-service which seems to be flourishing. If you like having your sushi in a 'Kneipe'
atmosphere you might feel well here.
| ||- K.G.(email@example.com) [November 15th 2000]|
| ||"Of course our Sushi Bar doesn`t look like a traditional japanese Sushi restaurant.
But you can find original high quality Sushi made by professional japanese Sushi Cooks.
Visit our homepage and you can see how it looks like (www.sushi-club.de).
We get our fish 3 times a week from the fish market in Paris (biggest in Europe) which makes sure
that we offer absolute fresh fish.
Since nearly 1 year we only use Bio Salmon which is 100% chemical free.
Our Tuna (Bluefin)is 'Dolphin-safe' cought.
Our Sea Urchin (Uni) is via air cargo fresh imported.
We do our business because we love Sushi like you do.
| ||- D. Ansari (firstname.lastname@example.org) [May 22nd 2001]|
|Link:||Restaurant Website (German)|
|Address:||Bruesselerstr. 46, 50674 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon - Sun: Sushi Bar from 11am- 10 pm|
|Reviews:||"Actually a fishshop with a little sushi bar and take away. Great for lunch or an afternoon snack if you live around here. Cheap."|
| ||"Cheap? no way!! This shop is too dirty to serve any Sushi!! The smell of rotten fish disgusted me when I entered this place to see if the review of this site is right or wrong...anyhow, these asians (non-japanese) don´t seem to have much experience with japanese food - like the guests, eating this stuff...try and see what I am writing about."|
| ||- sushi_baka (email@example.com) [February 22nd 1999]|
| ||"I went once last year and never wanted to go back. The restaurant was dirty and
the fish questionable - AVOID.
| ||- Syrrah ( firstname.lastname@example.org) [January 21st 2001]|
| ||"With the quite controversial reviews on this site, I would normally not have visited this restaurant. However, somebody whose opinion I normally value suggested to me that it is a great place to go, so I tried it out. While the ambience is certainly intriguing - this place could also be in a night market somewhere in Asia - the quality unfortunately was not consistent. The first time I went there, sushi was decent (while not great), but the second time I visited (this time with my family), the tunafish was actually far from fresh so that we did not finish it after eating a few bites. Unfortunately, the few bites that I had eaten were already enough to wreak havoc on my digestion that day, so it was not really a pleasant experience for me. I can not endorse this restaurant.
| ||- Andreas Thaler (email@example.com) [Aug 26th 2008]|
|Address:||Friesenstr. 16, 50670 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon-Sat:noon-2pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm, closed Sundays & Lunch Mon|
|Reviews:||"Definitely number one in Germany, Top Ten of the World. The finest maguro you can imagine. Superb sushi, delicious tempura, very friendly service. Mr. Takusaburo Arakawa and his german wife are running this excellent place."|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE|
| ||"Sashimi is absolutely disappointing! Poor quality, undefinable colour, small portion (looks like a small starter plate!) very expensive (41 DM for a small plate!) NO THANKS!"|
| ||- Kurt Lischer (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
| ||"Mr. Arakawa just created a few new rolls (KintaRoll, SabuRoll) and they serve great softshell crabs. Still excellent !"|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [August 1st 2000]|
| ||"Starters are tiny but delicious. Amazing Sushi, the maguro is indeed most
memorable. Everything else is fine, too, and the service is the most attentive I ever encountered
in a Japanese Restaurant. A real pleasure.
| ||- Michael Shohat (email@example.com) [January 16th 2002]|
| ||"Tischreservierung über
www.bookatable.de möglich (link siehe unten).
Reserve a table via
www.bookatable.de (see link)"|
| ||- [Oct 5th 2007]|
| ||"It is like eating in a family restaurant. you never feel alone at kintaro. mrs arakawa takes care of all guests , helping the new ones with the menu , talking with the very big group of familiar guests who like to meet each other at night. the food is excellent, genuine japanese cuisine from the noodle soup til sushi and sashimi. kintaro is like a safe and strong rock in the steadily moving restaurant scene in cologne. just enter and enjoy the charm of this special restaurant.
| ||- weghmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Mar 30th 2010]|
| ||"The restaurant interior has been refurbished in 2012 and the chefs keep up the high standards of japanese cuisine. "|
| ||- Sushi World Guide [may 27th 2013]|
|Other related Links:||See Author´s Favourites!|
|Address:||Benesisstr. 56, 50672 Koeln/Cologne/Köln|
|Opened:||Noon-3pm, 6pm-10pm, closed Sundays.|
| ||"Since beginning of 2001 they have a NEW MENU. The place is now run by a Japanese couple, though still supervised by the owners of Kintaro.
The new menu offers more inventive cuisine like Nobu or Itsu. They offer tuna and sake tataki, tuna carpaccio with avocado, unagi, hamachi, uni and rolls like spicy tuna rolls and california rolls. For lunch they have a bentobox with a nive overview of their menu. It is a small but very excellent place with outstanding quality and very nice and attentive service. "|
| ||- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE (February 23rd 2001)|
| ||"I have been to most of the Sushi restaurants in Cologne and Momotaro is the one which has consistently provided an excellent all-round experience. The staff are exceedingly friendly, the food is delicious (particularly recommendable is the Gyokai Salada - sashimi salad) and it is always good value.
| ||- Gregory Schaad-Jackson (email@example.com) [January 7th 2003]|
| ||"Since beginning of 2005 the restaurant is independently operated by the Japanese couple and has no connection to the Kintaro anymore."|
| ||- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [April 5th 2005]|
|Address:||Dürenerstr. 89, 50931 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mo-Fri: Noon-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10.30pm, Sun,publ.holidays: 6pm-10pm|
|Reviews:||"In the middle of a shopping center (City-Passage) this restaurant offers a very good variety of the jap. kitchen. Sushi, sashimi, tempura, teppan ryori."|
| ||" One of my favourite sushi bars/restaurants in Cologne. Absolutely fresh and
authentic (marvellous tuna)and charming service. I prefer the places at the bar to watch the sushi
| ||- Michael U. Gliss (firstname.lastname@example.org) [October 22nd 2000]|
|Address:||Lützowstr. 41, 5064 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon-Fri: Noon-3pm, 5.30pm-11pm, Sat,Sun: Noon-11pm|
|Reviews:||"Small place serving japanese noodlesoups (ramen with
toriniku and butaniku), Soba and gohan.
Reasonably priced for a lunchbreak. Takeaway
| ||- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW (September 21st 2001]|
| ||"Unfortunately the Ramen,which is served in this take
away shop has nothing to do
with original Ramen from Japan.
| ||- C.Hallek (email@example.com) [January 16th 2002]|
|Address:||Aachener Str. 17-19, 50674 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Tue-Sat: noon-2pm, 6pm - 11pm, Sun: 6pm - 11pm, Mon: Closed|
|Reviews:||"Sushi Bar and Restaurant which opened May 5th 1998. "|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [May 12th 1998]|
| ||"I can recommend the Sumo Menu, it´s very good value for DM 55,-. Also I find the service can be quite slow if the place fills up. I quite like it though!"|
| ||- Christian Tuebing (firstname.lastname@example.org) [March 8th 1999]|
|Name:||Sushi - No. 1|
|Address:||WDR-Arkaden, Breite Str. 6-26, 50667 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon-Sat: Noon - 10pm, Sun: 1pm -9pm|
|Reviews:||"First kaiten (conveyor belt) restaurant in Cologne. It´s located in the basement of the so called WDR-Arkaden, a shopping complex close to the WDR (West German Radio and TV station). It faces the same problem as most of the kaiten restaurants do: How many turns did the fish do before you´ll eat it ?"|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW|
| ||"The prices are reasonable, but the sushi cuts are very thin, almost like carpaccio in Italy. That´s almost fraud."|
| ||- Christian (Christian.Tuebing@gmx.de) [March 15th 1999]|
| ||" This is my favorate Sushi place in Cologne because it is affordable and the quality is good. There may be other Sushi restaurants, which are slightly better, but at twice the price. Sushi No. 1 is a kaiten restaurant but you can order additional types of sushi which are typically not on the belt such as Hotategai, Uni, Yellowtail, Aaebi, Eeal, etc."|
| ||- Thomas Heinrich|
|Address:||Maybachstr. corner of Kümpchenshof,50670 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu: Noon - 11pm, Fri: Noon -Midnight, Sat: 3pm -Midnight, Sun: Noon - 10pm|
|Reviews:||"Another kaiten (conveyorbelt) sushi restaurant and part of the Sushi Circle chain. Just across the Cinedom, the huge cinema."|
| ||"Very friendly service, huge selection, fantastic sushi.Weekends very crowded, show up early to get a seat.
| ||- marlene brodbeck-tocholski ( email@example.com) [January 22nd 2001]|
|Address:||Friesenstrasse 70, 50672 Cologne/Köln/Koeln, Germany|
|Opened:||Mon-Fri: Noon - 3.30pm, 5.30pm - Midnight, Sat: Noon - Midnight, Sun: 6pm - 11pm|
|Reviews:||"Good sushi for reasonable prices."|
| ||- Friederike|
| ||"Surprisingly popular due to its prices (especially in the evenings with young and already slightly drunk people). But don't expect great quality."|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [June 10th 2000]|
| ||" For German sushi, this place is a real bargain. The Maguro is disappointing, but
everything else is fine so this is a place even students can afford on a regular basis.
| ||- Michael Shohat (firstname.lastname@example.org) [July 24th 2001]|
|Phone:||(0221) 1206-2310 |
|Opened:||Mon-Fri: Noon-3pm,6pm-11pm, Sat: 6pm-11pm, Sundays/publ. holidays 1pm-11pm|
|Review:||"Small but nice Kaiten (conveyor belt) restaurant. This is sometimes a bit of a disadvantage, but they have a very wide selection (about 70 different sushi and starters on their menu, most of them available daily). Fish was good and fresh when I went there.
The owners are young and very friendly and will cater to your needs - if you do not see what your heart craves for, just check the menu, ask them and they will prepare what you want and place it on the conveyor (if the workload permits it).
Daily from 18:00 to 23:00 they offer a very fair All-you-can-eat offer for EUR 24,90.
Check the website for the menu and directions.
| ||- Andreas Thaler (email@example.com) [may 7th 2009]|
|Name:||Sushi-Mi (former Delika Tokyo)|
|Opened:||Mo-Sa: 11am - 10pm, Sun: 4pm-10pm|
|Reviews:||"Fish shop with sushi bar, Take away at reasonable prices. As they pre cut all fish it is a fast service but it´s not always really fresh."|
| ||"This low brow place is not much to look at, but it offers the best sushi in terms
of quality and price in town. Very friendly service.
| ||- Syrrah (firstname.lastname@example.org) [January 21st 2001]|
| ||"The location of the former Delika Tokyo, which was closed for a while is now reopened as Sushi-Mi. Sushi-Mi used to be just a few metres away in a tiny place. Sushi-Mi does delivery and has several tables. The management has nothing to do with the former place."|
| ||- [Dec 8th 2005]|
|Name:||SushiOU III (former Sushi Nara 2 former Sushi Circle)|
|Address:||Friesenstrasse 59, Cologne/Koeln/Köln|
|Fax:|| (0221) 258-5998|
|Opened:||Tue- Sat:Noon -11pm|
|Reviews:||"This Sushi Store is one of the flagships in the Sushi-Circle Chain, serves your a
wide variety of Sushi and other Japanese favorites.
| ||- David Schoof (email@example.com) [February 25th 2001]|
| ||"I saw the ad on the Sushi Circle homepage which said: on wednesday -29 DM( all
you can eat !). Riding into downtown but ......sorry, it wasn't on Wednesday, it´s on Tuesday.
The price is not 29,- but 27 DM.--Ups, but I´m hungry ,so I sat down and enjoyed...the Sushi was
really fine and fresh. Even the price is ok, the service good and the rooms are clean. A place you
can be! Now, my belly is full, my purse empty, but I appreciated the visit and I'll be back
soon.........surely next Tuesdays!
| ||- Louis Cyphre (firstname.lastname@example.org) [April 13th 2001]|
| ||"We visited the restaurant during the 'all you can eat' offer. The nigiri´s were
ok. - not good but even not so bad. But the maki were awful - the cook had no practice in doing it
(he isn´t from Asia). Also the rice fall apart.
Summary: the Sushis ar not very authentic - you better visit another Restaurant.
| ||- (email@example.com) [Fe.bruary 19th 2002]|
| ||"Sushi Circle was transformed into Sushi Nara 2.
| ||- Sushi World Guide|
| ||"Since april 2011 the restaurant is called SushiOUII. "|
|Name:||Sweet Sushi (former Su Joung Sushi)|
|Address:||Auf dem Berlich 11, 50667 Cologne/Köln/Koeln|
|Opened:||Mon-Sat: 11h30 - 11pm, Sun: Noon-10pm|
|Reviews:||"Small place, centrally located, opened beginning of 1999. "|
| ||"A small, friendly place close to the city center. Reasonable pricing and good selection of
sushi. Not top-league but quite good for a short
lunchtime stop or after shopping. Love the retro
look of the sushi-counter."|
| ||- Frank Niessen|
| ||"Korean owner, good Japanese cook, the food is really tasty and not expensive. The place is small and quiet."|
| ||- K.G. [June 25th 2000]|
| ||"Since Sweet Sushi has taken over the restaurant is an option for shoppers in this area. The menu offers lots of rolls with a fusion touch, and not necessarily japanese. They also offer thaisoups and curries. Ok for a lunch time break, but don't expect
real japanse cuisine.
Friendly and attentive service.
| ||- (Sushi World Guide) [Apr 21st 2008]|
|Address:||Karolingerring 40, Köln/Koeln/Cologne|
|Opened:||Tue-Fri: Noon-2.30pm / 18.00-22.30, Sat,Sun:5pm-10.30pm, Closed Monday|
|Review:||"OISHII.....Former sushi-chef from Blue Marlin & Sushi Point now runs his own
restaurant.Superb sushi & tasty tempura,nice atmosphere(deco from the roaring twenties!)& good
service at reasonable prices.Mr.Hiroyuki Tobioka has a good skill & sense for fine details.Challenge
is easy,cause half portions for half prices possible.Lunch menue(appetizer+main dish)for only Euro 6,-. Japanese people like it, try!
| ||- A.Haefner (firstname.lastname@example.org) [August 3rd 2002]|