"Omakase" Style Sushi at Manten Zushi in Nihonbashi


posted on September 28, 2015

"Omakase" is the Japanese tradition of letting a chef choose your order. Enjoy the highest-quality fish and meals.

Manten Zushi is the restaurant, which you can enjoy "Omakase" style. "Omakase" means the chef will generally present a series of plates, beginning with the lightest fare and proceeding to the heaviest, richest dishes.

"Omakase" for Lunch and Dinner

Omakase Weekday Lunch for 3,000 yen and Dinner for 6,000 yen. On weekend only 5,000yen Omakase course is available all day. You receive the freshest and richest dishes for the day.


Barachirashi is assorted fish bowl. Sea urchin will be served on top in Nihonbashi branch. 1,500 yen.

Relax and enjoy your meal!

Opening Hours:
Lunch 11am-3pm
Dinner 5pm-11pm

Lunch Dinner Address
¥1,500~ ¥5,000~ 2-3-1 Muromachi, Nihonbashi, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan

web http://www.manten-sushi.com/nihonbashi.html

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