|Address:||Baron Pierre de Coubertin 39 (Ex-Marcoleta) por Vicuna Mackenna, Santiago Centro|
|Phone:||222 45 17|
|Opened:||every day, Lunch: 12 noon - 2 pm, Dinner: 7 pm - 12 midnight|
|Reviews:||"The Restaurant Japon is mainly frequented by the local Japanese. The food is delicious and the service is nice, helpful and efficient. The restaurant itself is not a beauty (old calendars from 1988 as decoration), but it doesn´t matter. When you enter there is a little sushi bar at the left and several rooms with tables. They serve all standard starters like gyoza and yakitori which are great as well as chawan-mushi, oshinko and others. The menu offers sukiyaki, tempura, shabu-shabu, kushiyaki, don-buri and udon-soba in a rich palate. The sushi a la carte is delicious and you should ask the waiter for special chilean fishes, which are not commonly used in japanese restaurants as e.g.: Lisa (Sp) - Grey Mullet (E) - Bora (J) or Lenguado (Sp) - Sole (E) - Hirame(J). The waiter will also help in translating the spanish into japanese or english. If you don´t speak neither, just order. The prices vary from 1200 - 2000 Pesos for two pieces (3 - 5 US$)."|
| ||"By far our favorite Japanese restaurant in Santiago during the 4 years we lived there. Fantastic service and excellent fish selection and quality. Try the 'pulpo picante' (spicy octopus) as an appetizer. The sushi chefs are friendly, efficient and great fun to chat with.
| ||- [Feb 15th 2005]|
|Address:||Monjitas 460, Santiago de Chile (Centro)|
|Opened:||Lunch: 12:30 pm - 3 pm, Dinner: 7:30 pm - 11 pm|
|Reviews:||"No Credit Cards. Little Japanese restaurant with sushi, sashimi and tempura."|
| ||"Don't be intimidated by the tastelessly decorated walls: sushi and tempura are
good and fresh, and the prices are really a bargain, so it's very good value!
| ||- Michael Shohat (email@example.com) [July 24th 2001]|
| ||"A cheap place to eat sushi, but was disappointed that it was done a Chiliean Sushi chef who's skills are limited. Cuts were sloppy and to much rice in the nigiri sushi. Good place to eat if your on a tight budget, large group, or have average standards for sushi. Two steps above supermarket sushi, but you can't beat the price-about $6 for a mix plate of 8 pieces.
| ||- [August 20th 2002]|
|Link:||Restaurant Website (in Catalan and Japanese)|
|Address:||Av. Kennedy 4601, Santiago de Chile, Chile|
|Opened:||Mon-Sat: Noon - 4pm, 7pm - 1am|
|Reviews:||"If you would like to enjoy real Japanese food in Santiago,you must visit MATSURI in Hotel HYATT REGENCY SANTIAGO. You will find a real Japanese atomosphere with outstnding food,the freshest tuna and sushi with beautiful dishes imported from Japan and of course with Japanese hospitality,provided by a Japanese restaurant manager and 2 Japanese chefs. Ask Mr.WATARU,the manager,what kind of sake will suit your ordered meal,he will find you a nice one immediately.For example MATSURI offers a nice sake named Matsuri,specially brewed and blended just for this restaurant.You cannot even taste this sake in Japan. The price are reasonable for the quality offered,actually I really love this restaurant with its atomosphere offering sushibar, private Tatamai rooms and Teppanyaki.If you are a Japanese food lover and visit Santiago, do not miss MATSURI. "|
| ||- Toshihiko Iso (firstname.lastname@example.org) [February 27th 1999]|
| ||"We went to Matsuri with high expectations. The decoration is great and the atmosphere is very nice. It was undoubtedly good, but still I expected more from the supposedly best Japanese Restaurant in Santiago. Although prices are European, the food was not comparable to the best places in Cologne or Dusseldorf, except for the deserts, which were wonderful. And - they, too, didn't have Maguro.
| ||- Michael Shohat (email@example.com) [March 13th 2002]|
| ||"Hi Sushi and Sashimi lovers! I went to this 'upscale japanese restaurant' in the Hyatt hotel and this was because of the positive reactions in this blog. Normally a restaurant like this is overpriced and not that good. However the blog said that there were Japanese people working and a good selection! On top of this most of the restaurants are closed on Sunday so I was forced to test this one. Service was great , very nice people but no Japanese chefs here!....... they did not even know the Japanese names for the food....So all by all ..never go to a 5 star hotel to expect good quality and OK cost! I prefer the small family restaurants owned by Japanese who know the real deal. I spend 5 days in Sao Paulo and stayed at the Pestana and found 1 block from this hotel a perfect small family restaurant with great food and atmosphere.
| ||- Christian Dijkhof (Christian.firstname.lastname@example.org) [Sep 8th 2008]|
|Address:||Santa Magdalena 34B, Providencia, Santiago de Chile,|
|Opened:||Lunch and Dinner|
|Reviews:||"The best in Japanese Food."|
| ||- Esteban Barbieri S.|
| ||"As a sushi lover, I must say that Miyoshi is the best japanese place in Santiago.
Perhaps not so elegant and fancy but really cute and warm in the inside. Waitresses are very kind.
There is a sushi chef (Mr. Yuya Kaneko) behind the counter, who speaks excellent Spanish /English
and will prepare any kind of roll, nigiri, temaki, hosomaki etc. you wish.
Miso soup is great there (specially for a rainy day) and hot dishes too.
Besides all of the above, their prices are REALLY cheap specially for visitors (non residents).
| ||- Carolina (email@example.com) [June 6th 2001]|
| ||"The best sushi bar in Santiago, very friendly, good, safe area with great night life near by. Found this place on this web site and told the chef I knew his name. He was surprised and I told him that I know all about him because I was from the CIA. He laughed! Easy going fun guy who worked in Boston. He misses the states, but he has his business down here for now. Great food, fresh fish, and lots of fun. Has a lot of special rolls and different fish you can't usually get. Highly recommended from someone who eats sushi everyweek in Los Angeles. Tell him 'Ted' the American from the CIA sent you...
| ||- Ted (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Dec 13th 2002]|
HOLA...SOY FURANSHI.....kaneko...si entras a este sitio y ves este mensaje....te mando saludos compadre....el sushi aunque no te guste te queda terrible gueno...
CHAO LOKO...NOS VEMOS EN TU LOCAL...NO SE CUANDO...PERO VOY A IR...CHAO!
| ||- FURANSHI (email@example.com) [February 12th 2003]|
|Name:||Oishi Sushi |
|Address:||Avda. Vitacura 7466, Santiago de Chile|
|Review:||"Oishi Sushi es sinónimo de gastronomía de primer nivel, locales reconocidos por la excelencia de su cocina, la calidez de la ambientación, y la calidad de sus productos.
La orientación de su cocina le otorga un sello inconfundible que complementa al sushi, y su variedad de rolls vanguardistas marcan la diferencia.
Celebra con nosotros tus evento, ya sea particulares o de empresa, cumpleaños, aniversarios, lo que tu quieras. Nuestro local se encuentra ubicado en Vitacura 7466 con capacidad para 120 personas, es el sitio ideal para hacerlo, atractiva terraza, la mejor música y ambiente a tú nivel...!
Haz tus reservas al fono 241 8600.
| ||- Mauricio del Río (firstname.lastname@example.org [Apr 6th 2010]|
|Address:||Enrique Foster Norte 172, Santiago / Las Condes|
|Opened:||Mon-Sat: 12 noon - 3 pm, 7 pm - 11 pm, closed Sundays.|
|Reviews:||"The Shoo-Gun is located in Las Condes, a nice and expensive borough in the east of Santiago. It's the most beautiful Japanese restaurant in Santiago with a sushi bar and several rooms with standard tables. The spanish menu is written back to forth to honour the japanese. Besides main courses it offers several starters which are not too exciting (Itawasa a bit smelly and dry, no leek in the yakitori and the sunomono boring). Anyway, forget the entrées and order excellent sushi in huge portions. Besides standard fish like maguro (atun in spanish), ebi (camaron) or hamachi (palometa) they serve local fish like lenguado, corvina, reineta and viejo which are worth a try. There is a sushi chef (the Chef) behind the counter, who speaks excellent spanish and pepares any maki or temaki you wish. The chilean waitresses are not yet perfect, but they do their best, especially when the sushi chef ignores them for a while when they ask for more wasabi for a guest. If you want more gari (ginger) with your sushi, you really have to insist and they will ask 2US $ per extra portion. The prices reflect the location and the quality but are still lower than in the western world."|
| ||- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [February 27th 1999]|
| ||"Went August of 2004, and actually got sick when I arrived home from the bacteria in the sushi. SUPER EXPENSIVE, tiny portions which are equal to a Bento box lunch in the US. Very small variety of rolls which are way too thin, the amount of ginger that is free is not at all US sz portions. It fits on the tip of your small finger. U want xtra they charge u. Slow waitresses, sake more expensive than 12 yr wiskey. NOT a repeateable experience. By no means...dinner for 2 was $75 US in Chile!! I could have a boat for 3 in any Sushi place in the US. Overpriced, WITHOUT knowleable staff. WORSE of all I ended my evening in the WC/Bathroom. US people stay away, we know our Suhshi!!!
| ||- Maritza (Maritza@miamistyles.com) [August 30th 2004]|
|Name:||Sushi House (3)|
|Address:||Av. Vitacura 5293, Santiago de Chile|
|Opened:||Noon - 3.30pm, 7pm - 11pm|
|Reviews:||"Le ofrecemos en nuestros locales la mejor variedad de comida japonesa, además le invitamos a conocer nuestra Carta y disfrutar de nuestras Promociones.
a la hora de almuerzo en el local y retiro 35% (de martes a viernes, excepto festivos) y 25% en despacho (de martes a viernes, excepto festivos). (*)
* Descuento no aplicable a Sashimi de Atún.
* Descuento no aplicable a Combinaciones.
| ||"I have tried several different places to eat sushi in Santiago but I would choose this restaurant as my favorite. Prices are low, the sushi is really good and they have a lot of variety. Trust many chilean sushi lovers: we compared...this place is the best we´ve been so far (and we´ve tried a lot)."|
| ||- [Sept 7th 2004]|
|Name:||Sushi Nos |
|Address:||Avda Portales 4290, Local 4, Santiago de Chile|
|Phone:||562 8573758 / 562 4167552|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu 12:30-23:00 Fri-Sat 12:30-24:00 Sun 12:30-15:30|
|Reviews:||"El primer y único Sushi en San Bernardo, para servirse en nuestro local, despachos a domicilio y pedidos para llevar. The first and unique Sushi in San Bernardo, To enjoy in our place, home delivery, and take out orders.
| ||- Arie Hebel Weschler (email@example.com) [Sept 30th 2005]|
| ||"Estamos ya más de 5 años con Ustedes."|
| ||- Arie Hebel Weschler (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Jan 8th 2011]|