This Moscow restaurant is headed by the Japanese chef Seiji Kusano who puts his primary focus on the authentic Japanese cuisine. Before coming to Moscow, Mr. Kusano managed several Japanese restaurants in Canada and Japan. By the way, only the restaurant in Moscow was actually named after the chef.
Siji was opened in 2004 and since that time remains one of the top Japanese restaurants in Moscow.
There are 180 dishes in the restaurant’s menu list right now. Only half of these menu items are Sushi and Sashimi. The rest are the fried dishes.
The fresh fish and various ingredients are claimed to be shipped here from overseas twice a week. The prices that you’ll have to pay for the quality products here are way above average. Octopus sushi will cost you 500Rubles (2 pieces), Eel sushi 650 Rubles (2 pieces), sushi & rolls assortment 1890 Rubles (5 pieces of Sushi & 6 pieces of the Roll).
Komsomolskiy prospect, 5/2
7 (499) 246 7624
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