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Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu)
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    • ADDRESS:
      28B Taojiang Lu,
      near Hengshan Lu
      桃江路28号-乙, 近衡山路
    • PHONE:
      6445 0021
    • AREA:
      Xuhui Xuhui
    • METRO:
      5 mins walk from Changshu Rd
    • HOURS:
      Sun-Thurs
      Lunch 11:30am - 2pm
      Dinner 5:30pm - 10pm

      Fri-Sat
      Lunch 11:30am - 2pm
      Dinner 5:30pm - 11pm
    • CARDS:
      Local and international cards accepted
    • PRICE:
      $$$$$
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    • SmartShanghai.com Editor's Description
      Haiku is a slick and stylish California-style Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. It is wildly popular among the expat set. Don't even think about coming here without a reservation. By 7pm it's booked solid.
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      Haiku Sundays

      Solid deal on Japanese food here. Popular spot Haiku By Hatsune is doing half off dishes from 11.30am-2.30pm every Sunday until May 31. Not bad...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | daily until May 31 2015 |
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      Haiku Gives Thanks

      Haiku's Taojiang Lu branch is celebrating with a special promo of 20% off on featured sushi rolls. We're pretty sure none of them have turkey in them, but hey, it's sushi.
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Thu Nov 27 2014 |
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      World Cup Special Sushi

      Haiku's chef has released a special World Cup sushi menu that includes the "soccer roll" (88rmb), "XO roll" (85rmb) and "rio roll" (92rmb). Purchase their World Cup set for 248rmb and get 2 rolls of your choice from the following three...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | daily until Jul 14 2014 |
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      Haiku Reopening

      Haiku sushi bar and restaurant officially re-opens after a refurb. The sake, cocktails and beers will flow freely. They'll be serving loads of sushi rolls too. Live entertainment, street dancers, artists, flair bartenders, a jazz band...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Fri Apr 25 2014 |
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      6th Anniversary Party

      Cali-style Sushi resto Haiku by Hatsune celebrates six years in the biz with circus performers and tunes by DJ Studs, free-flow sake, cocktails, beer and sushi rolls. Tickets are on sale now. 150rmb pre-sale. 200rmb at the door. For...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Fri Dec 7 2012 |
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      Bento boxes and Teishoku at Haiku

      Devastingly popular Jap-American Haiku rolls out bento boxes and teishoku , the fancy Japanese name for a lunch set. Choices of what accompanies your tempura, grilled fish, miso soup, and salad -- beef teppanyaki, braised pork, teriyaki...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | daily |
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      Haiku's Five Year Anniversary Party

      Another great year of sushi rolling, sake tasting, and more has come and gone for Haiku by Hatsune. Gear up for this year's anniversary party -- DJ Arjen Frank, prize contests, entertainment, and more. Tickets are limited this year so...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Thu Nov 10 2011 |
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      Haiku's Fantastic Fourth Anniversary Party

      Haiku by Hatsune is throwing their fourth anniversary bash with copious amounts of your favorite sushi rolls, tempura favorites, cocktails, sakes... all for 100rmb. Starts 7:30pm, and goes late, late, with DJ Arjen Frank.
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Thu Dec 9 2010 |
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      Costumed Sake Tasting Dinner Party

      Haiku by Hatsune is showcasing Japan's most interesting export with a special COSTUMED sake dinner party, replete with a 7-course tasting menu. Dress in your best costume and join in for sake and Japanese food. 300rmb per person includes...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Sun Oct 31 2010 |
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      Sexy, Sophisticated, Sake 101

      Haiku by Hatsune is showcasing Japan's most interesting export with a special sake dinner party, replete with a 7 course tasting menu and a few fresh choices created especially for this night of fun. Starts 7pm. 300rmb pp. RSVP req....
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Thu May 20 2010 |
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      Terrific Two - 2nd Anniversary Party

      Lovely Japanese restaurant celebrates two years of wonderfulness. 7pm-11pm 288rmb all you-can-eat/drink. First time ever on this special. Live entertainment and raffles. RSVP: haiku.mktg@gmail.com 6445-0021 Date/Time: Sun, 7 Dec 08,...
      NOT TAGGED | Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) | on Sun Dec 7 2008 |
  • Great rolls - beautiful venue
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on November 8, 2013
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    sorokii
    Joined Mar 19, 2012
    Is Spanish
    Posted 1 Reviews
    I have been to this place several times and never let me down, I think they serve great "American sushi", nice portions, a little pricey if you want, but solid quality. Service is great. Awesome place to bring a date, I went with some friends as well but it didnt go as good, maybe too quiet for an old-friends-gathering.
    Terrible
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on August 2, 2013
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    PP1
    Joined Aug 4, 2007
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    I like the Haiku at IFC and wanted to give the Puxi one a try as my office is on this side of the river. I had a business lunch and suggested this place.

    What an embarrassment! They place is in no resemblance of the ifc one. The wall paper was dirty and falling apart, floor grubby, chairs look like 20 years old! The 98RMB 8 type sushi was hardly sushi, just some rice rolled with vegebables/ pickles. It's a disaster! Don't understand why they will keep this one and hurt their own brandname. And what a waste of such a nice location!
    Totally Overpriced.
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on February 17, 2012
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    sprinklycupcakes
    Joined Mar 3, 2008
    Is Chinese American
    Posted 1 Reviews
    We paid rmb388 for their "Wagyu" beef teppanyaki consisting of 8 small chunks and tasted like your average beef. I mistakenly assumed Haiku's menu would be the same if not similar to their Beijing branch---Hatsune at The Village. Almost all of the dishes are identical and why shouldn't their prices? My own fault for not looking closely that the item had a 'market-price' (M.P) listed under it, but then the waitress pointing out to me that on another page it was clearly printed as rmb388.

    If you are ordering a dish that has MP on it, shouldn't they tell you what the price is (regardless if it is printed somewhere else?)

    I question Haiku's integrity and quality of food and whether it truly was "Wagyu".

    There are enough Japanese restaurants in Shanghai these days that I would give Haiku a pass, unless you are on a business expense account, otherwise, don't go.

    More American than Japanese
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on October 26, 2011
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    nick75
    Joined Oct 6, 2010
    Is Australian
    Posted 1 Reviews
    You can judge how popular a place is with expats by how many beggars/florists/fruiterers etc are outside. On this scale, Haiku has to be close to #1 in Shanghai as there were hordes.

    Best part of this meal was surprisingly the wait for a table... great cocktails! Particularly the Blushing Geisha.

    But I don't get it, the food was terrible. Basically the best parts of the Japanese cuisine, fresh tasting produce - were drowned in sweet sauce! Is this what Californian Japanese is? Yuck! The sushi rolls, which is apparently Haiku's claim-to-fame, were awful. Mushy tuna and crab meat were slathered in sweet sauce. Same story with the chicken karaage, which wasn't too bad but the sauce just ruined it. Too thick and sweet.

    Beef tataki was ordered and the waitress warned us it was raw. I expected seared, as per the menu and raw inside but this Chinese beef was 100% raw, 100% bland. The small sashimi plate wasn't lying either... 6 pieces of sashimi for 180rmb.

    Overall the food was definitely no better than what you'd find at an average sushi train but cost RMB600 for two including one cocktail and two small beers. Not recommended...
    Safe bet
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on May 15, 2011
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    mrlw
    Joined May 14, 2011
    Is Swedish
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Tasty accessible sushi, the rolls are great and food price is reasonable, drinks unreasonable but fair enough.

    Had a bad round of dry butteryiaki once but they've come back,
    Very poor service!
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on November 17, 2010
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    supermoon
    Joined Nov 17, 2010
    Is
    Posted 1 Reviews
    I love this place but I hate the service there. I went three times within the last four months and every times, I had to complain for something about the service.
    This time, the waitress forgot my drink (again) and she was always busy with others customers when I wanted to ask for some water, soy sauce. I felt being transparent... Last time, she brought us the soup after we finish our dinner... They do not know which order to follow when serving the dish for instance, she first brought rolls then the barbecue meat then sushis( we were expecting them first), then the salad followed by the soup...It doesn\'t make sense at all.

    Anyway, I feel a bit sad because this restaurant is one of my favorite, the food is really good and fine. So we are expecting a better service, especially for the best japanese restaurant of the last 2 years!
    Please invest in recruiting more waiters as I feel there are not enough.
    Used to be good
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on August 14, 2010
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    zen
    Joined Feb 20, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    This place used to be really good, but has gone down hill quickly. We had a table at the bar downstairs and the waitresses were talking about the customers and flirting with the chefs. The chefs were playing grab-as s with each other and wearing these hideous custom football jerseys with \'sushi-\' something written on it.

    The whole place really feels cheap. Quality of sushi is ok, but most of the rolls are ho-hum now.

    Give it a miss.
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    Le Boo
    Joined Jul 9, 2010
    Is
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Sushi here is OK but don't have a desire to return. Interesting layout and a nice little garden type view.

    The only memorable thing was the bubbly Sake-liked it very much.

    They seem to be the only place that has it in Shanghai (but just recently started to look for it elsewhere).
    Left a Stale Taste...
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on December 7, 2009
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    MisterMunich
    Joined Apr 1, 2008
    Is German
    Posted 1 Reviews
    I went to Haiku by Hatsune twice - the first time around one of their rolls tasted very bitter, and when I requested it to be taken back and off the invoice, I was told off by the manager and said their sushi was highest quality and if I didnt like the taste of what I ordered, it was not his problem.

    The second time I went - remember I love spicy - i had 2 rolls (Spicy Tuna Roll and another which i can't remember) which were dripping from MSG - the sauce blows your taste buds and it leaves you with a stale taste.The next morning I woke up with a terrible case of food poisoning and almost spent 24 h straight in the bathroom.

    Not to mention it being over-priced. So my recommendation - stay away!
    Uhm. seriously?
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on December 1, 2009
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    ompifa
    Joined Dec 1, 2009
    Is American
    Posted 1 Reviews
    ok so yea. this place has decent sushi but i honestly think it's waaaaaaayy over-hyped. the only good roll is the moto-rolla or whatever it's spelled. i tried a couple of their most popular rolls which were decent, but i remember being absolutely astonished that on their spicy salmon roll the "salmon sashimi" was smoked salmon. seriously? uh. no thanks. that was a really big disappointment for me and kind of put haiku in the bs-list of restaurants. Maybe quality sashimi is hard to get in sh so i'll let it slide since the waiters were so nice.
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    joshuamt
    Joined Aug 31, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Some very good rolls, but overpriced. And as if the high prices werent enough, they try to enforce a minimum of RMB280 per person for dinner.

    The service is lacking as well, and over the phone they can be downright abrasive.

    If youre there on someone else's tab, then worth a shot. I wont be going back, which is too bad, because I was a huge fan of Hatsune in Beijing.
    Amazing Sushi
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on August 11, 2009
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    dotagol
    Joined Aug 7, 2009
    Is Iranian-American
    Posted 1 Reviews
    The food is amazing, the people are great, although the menu is a bit pricey it is worth it! The sushi here is so delicious!
    Best Rolls in the City
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on June 1, 2009
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    ftang
    Joined Jun 1, 2009
    Is Canadian
    Posted 1 Reviews
    As the sister restaurant of Beijing's Hatsune, Haiku boasts the same busy casual yet chic atmosphere that serves up unique specialty rolls and traditional japanese cuisine. The food is great here, especially the rolls. Opt for the moto-rolla when ordering for the first time as the melding flavours of avocado, tempura fish and special sauces pair well together with the tobiko and green onion topping. The spicy 118 roll is great if you are looking for a something a little more exciting. It is not too spicy, but perfectly done with tuna and the special 118 spicy sauce. Lastly, I would recommend the clayton roll with the king oyster mushroom topping. It is flavourful and nicely spiced with a perfect blend of fish and rice.

    Another must-try is the hatsune seafood salad that consists of fresh romain lettuce, baby tomatoes, onions and carrots topped with fresh cooked shrimp and octopus sashimi. You can choose between three dressings: original prune dressing, miso dressing, and wasabi dressing. We always get the miso dressing, and it tastes great.

    Their assorted tempura is well done with a light and airy crust on asparagus, shitake mushrooms, green beans, broccoli, yams, potatoes, and shrimp. There are only two shrimps that come with the assorted, so it is better for you to order an extra shrimp or two when dining with more people.

    The green tea soba is nicely flavoured with a hint of green tea, but cold and satisfying when dipped into the soy sauce, quail egg, radish shavings, and green onion. The beef sashimi was fresh and delicious. It is thinly sliced beef with onions served with a ponzu sauce. The assorted sashimi was also fresh and presented nicely.

    While the menu shows great variety of both traditional and contemporary japanese cuisines, it is really the rolls that you come to Haiku for. They are unique and you probably won't find them anywhere else! One thing to comment is that the service is decent, but the food is on the slow side when being served.
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    Shanghai Gourment
    Joined May 18, 2009
    Is European
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Place with potential ¨C but really what a pity ¨C
    The service is terrible ¨C you can order your rolls and for sure each time I went (more than 5) one roll will be bring at your table once you have finished your diner !! ¨C And need to fight not to pay it and explain that you don¡¯t like rolls with your tea or coffee.
    The service is very border line, and don¡¯t even talk about the management politesse to welcome you ¨C I guess they have never been in a Japanese restaurant in Tokyo !!! ¨C
    What a Pity the potential was there!!
    Power Lunch
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on February 24, 2009
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    tomsuharto
    Joined Feb 23, 2009
    Is USA
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Business lunch at Haiku was very satisfying. Motorola and the England roll were tasty, while the seafood hot pot and miso soup were very nice complements.

    This is the first Japanese restaurant that I've eaten at in Shanghai but it stacks up well with slightly above average Japanese food in NYC.

    The prices are a bit expensive but understandable for the quality of the food.
    Love love love their rolls...
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on February 19, 2009
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    stilltmdl
    Joined May 9, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    As I'm originally from California, I can really appreciate the creative freedom they've extended to all their rolls. You can find anything that suits your tastes and even have them tailor-make special requests. The rest of the menu is quite good, but let's face it: people come here for the rolls.
    Sashimi heaven
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on December 12, 2008
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    Ado
    Joined Jun 17, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Went here for the first time - an Au Revoir to Shanghai meal. I was taken by how good the food was; especially the Salmon and Ahi sashimi. Just pure melt in your mouth heaven! The quality and freshness was spot on. The Amy rolls were also fantastic. Definitely a place I'd go back to - 420 Yuan for two including Sake...
    Overrated
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on October 27, 2008
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    urgent
    Joined Oct 28, 2006
    Is
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Haiku has always been over rated. People go on about the rolls, but we're not sure why, they are very average.
    Haiku is Going Downhill Fast
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on October 27, 2008
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    greenfieldsaburning
    Joined Jul 31, 2006
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    What was once a great restaurant where, even though expensive, I would happily spend 300-400 RMB for a dinner for two, is now a place I would seriously recommend people to AVOID.

    I also must agree with the comments in others reviews that the service at times is dire, but it is the sad deterioration of what was once excellent food that has inspired me to warn others.

    Having lived in Shanghai three years, I think I have a reasonably resistant stomach to bad food, but the last three meals at Haiku have resulted in frequent trips to the toilet the following day. Not severe food poisoning but enough to tell me that the fish they serve is no longer cared for in the manner that raw fish requires.

    I also ordered delivery last night for two sushi rolls and the taste was actually terrible. The soft shell crab tasted old and the other ingredients were also far from fresh.

    That will likely be my last attempt at hoping things have improved. I will have to start the search for a new sushi restaurant to replace my old favourite.

    Seriously hope the owner pulls his finger out and sorts out the problems in his flagship location.
    On a Roll
    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on September 22, 2008
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    casperXX
    Joined Aug 16, 2007
    Is European
    Posted 1 Reviews
    HBH was all in all a good experience. After having heard all the praises abouthis place we decided to head there ourselves in a group of four last saturday. First impression, nice decor from the outside, easy to find on the re-re-renovated Taojiang Lu. 2nd impression, no staff at the door, just one busy completely helpless receptionist on the phone.Noto to self: BAD. Ok, we got a great table at the many windows but no real attention by the not scarce staff. What is WRONG with you people? I sit, i need a wet towel, and a tea. Not rocket science, but comon courtesy in OTHER upper class joints. The Sake infused Martini-like Cocktails were nice though. So was the ice cold draft (asahi) after. The choice of rolls is incredible. Even the pickiest diner will find something to his or her liking. If rolls don't do it for you (well, why are you here in the 1st place ?)-there is sushi/sashimi and hot japanese food to choose from. The Beef Tataki for example was sublime (even though we tried the 'normal' variation and not the 288RMB Wagyu one). All in all a very pleasant evening, if you have the right seat AND get the attention of the waitstaff. Still, after the place filled nicely up after 21:00 it got rather noisy. Nevertheless, we will be back for more delicious roll-tasting.
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    Maverick
    Joined Oct 9, 2006
    Is UK
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Food once again was very good and prices remain reasonable including those in respect of wine. One critical comment is that there appears to be a bit too much MSG being liberally sprinkled into the sauces or fillings of the sushi.Presumably the sashimi is exempt from this. Not everyone in Shanghai needs an MSG fix when they dine out (togehter with the dry mouth and sore head repercussions that follow the next day) and if Haiku can remedy this and reign in their chefs/cooks in this regard I will be back and also recommend it to others.

    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on April 1, 2008
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    Ellie1234
    Joined Apr 1, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Rolls are GREAT. Service IS NOT. Went for a two hour lunch while it was meant to be a one hour lunch. They served three huge tables that arrived after us before they served us....

    Do go if you want some yummy food and have extra long time for the meal and patience. Do not go if you are crunched for time because you will leave irritated.

    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on January 3, 2008
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    mercedes
    Joined Dec 31, 2007
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Seems to be just me but i found this place desisivley average.
    None of the sushi or sashimi were particularly fresh and everything was douced in mayonnaise. The portions were ok size wise, but that was only becasue each roll had a stupid amount of rice to it.
    My boyfriend is Japanese and his view was that it was foreigner taste Japanese food and not so authentic. I have ever been to Japan so I dont know but wouldnt go back.


    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on March 6, 2007
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    SH*Foodie
    Joined Feb 16, 2007
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Let me first say that I LOVE Haiku. Their space, their staff, their excellent rolls. It was just what Shanghai was lacking. However, I am a bit concerned after our last visit on Saturday night. They were busy, but not packed (the sushi bar was empty) and the service was terrible. We asked for water 5 times and finally got hot tea. We waited 45 minutes for the rest of our order - Clayton and 119 rolls - and finally had to give up and ask for the check. After requesting the check several times, it showed up with the items we had to cancel. We had to finally go downstairs (after waiting another 10 minutes) to find the waitress who was fixing it. I guess the owner could read it on our face, he made an excuse for the service. Is this what my beloved sushi restaurant has in store? Mistakes and excuses? I will try again, and really hope they prove me wrong.

    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on February 18, 2007
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    vatvyf
    Joined Aug 11, 2007
    Is 15
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Had dinner there Chinese New Year. Great!! The view over the garden is wonderful and is matched by the truly excellent Japanese food. Service is good and best of all it is very reasonably priced. The drinks prices are especially cheap and many Western restaurants should take note of this strategy. Will definitely be going back :-)

    For Haiku by Hatsune (Taojiang Lu) on January 25, 2007
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    laowei1978
    Joined Dec 13, 2005
    Is 10
    Posted 1 Reviews
    The best Japanese so far!!!!!! Graet value for many amazing designers rolls!
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