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Q: Are high-end Japanese restaurants overrated?

Nobu opened in Beijing recently and now Inagiku.

http://www.timeoutbeijing.com/venue/Food__Drink-Asian-Japanese/12801/Ina...

Apparently, a meal for two is 1,800RMB....

9 years 43 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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Yah well that's just stupid and silly at the sametime!

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Yeah, Nobu is totally overrated and hasn't gotten good reviews. You pay for the name and the possibility that a celeb will be sitting at the table next to you. But the mid-range Japanese restaurants which offer all-you-can-eat buffet etc. are usually good value. Hatsune in Sanlitun village is very good and you'll probably spend about 200 rmb per person. Much better than the rip off prices at Nobu.

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