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I always find surprising the abundance of Japanese food in Brazil. Trying to eat on a Monday (originally headed to a closed churrascaria) this was the best place open. Tasty brazil-japan fusion with a lot of punch. The place was packed, better make a reservation
There are many "japanese" restaurants in Sorocaba. But for those who appreciate REAL japanese flavor, at a fair price (this is important!), Kyodai is the best option. Izumi is a good one too, but way more expensive.
Plus, Kyodai has Mr. João, the owner who...always greets one by its own name, with a warm hug and a big smile! And he is married to the Japanese lady, the cook who stays in the kitchen, coordinating everything as their family used to do for ages!!!More
Excellent food and excellence in service.
The food takes time to come, but it's the best quality! Go with no hurry and take your time to taste the best Japanese food!
Try their Temakis (sake skin or salmon with cream cheese )
One of the best Japanese restaurants in Brazil.
Don't expect to go there and find cream cheese, hots, etc.
But, very good and fresh sushis and sashimis including the fish eggs.
The place seem very simple but the quality of food is amazing.
Definitely a...must go Japanese restaurant.More
Do not stop your car at the parking exactly in front of the restaurant, the owners are very rude, they do not accept credit card and you are not advised about when you arrive. They make you walk a long way to find out a...bank to pay them. No deals at all.More
I went there twice. I would rate it "Very good" if it was only for the food, but my opinion is based on the entire restaurant experience. First time food was good and service not so much. Could have been the day so i gave...it another shot. History repeats itself.
The place is small which is fine, but screams for interior re-design. They call it "Traditional" as an excuse I guess. Food was good both times as far as quality and presentation. Don't be in a hurry though, because the service is slow.
Take your time, go for the food and not the service.More
Date of visit: October 2014
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