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Today 5:30 PM – 2:00 AM
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12/13 South Great George's Street Dublin 2 Dublin, Ireland
12/13 South Great George's StreetIEDublinDublin
+353 1 645
Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Noodle Shop
Chinese Restaurant
Today 5:30 PM – 2:00 AM
Thursday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMFriday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMSaturday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMSunday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMMonday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMTuesday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AMWednesday 5:30 PM – 2:00 AM
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Manga cartoons and lanterns give a Far Eastern inflection to old cafe serving unfussy Japanese food.- Google
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Tyler Lund
a week ago
Dublin’s culinary scene is probably not well known for good Japanese and sushi, but Yammamori is slowly working to change that perception. Once you enter the basement, you are transported from Dublin to Tokyo with big wooden tables, Japanese art, and a bar stocked with Asahi and Sapporo. The beer menu isn’t extensive beyond this, and it would be nice to have a Japanese craft beer option or two. The space is not very huge, so expect a wait or book ahead. The menu is huge, about 4 pages of sushi and Japanese style tapas dishes, yakitori. It’s a great way to get introduced to Japanese cuisine as dishes are small, and you can try many. The sampler is also a great way to try a bunch of options such as sushi and chicken skewers. One of the more interesting options on the menu are the octopus balls, tangy tender meat in a tasty sauce that make a great appetizer. The big tables are also great for groups. The prices are a little high for the size of food, but the quality is excellent.
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Benjamin Clyde
a week ago
Their "Japas" is amazing value and such a great location beneath street level. It's brilliant to sit at the bar and just watch the feet walk by.
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Pieter Baeyaert
6 months ago
Great sushi, friendly staff and the downstairs bar is good fun at night!
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Chris O'Brien
10 months ago
Not cheap, and often crowded, but a great experience is pretty much guaranteed. The REAL treat though is the basement whiskey bar. Which is a wonderful place with unique whiskey and beer.
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Michael Higgins
in the last week
lovely asian restaurant with a very cool bar downstairs. small dancefloor and usually a nice chilled crowd. expensive cocktails downstairs are only let dwown
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Tomasz Jama
11 months ago
I ordered three tapas. Pork Gyoza and Yakitori were great, but there were huge problems with seafood tempura. First, they brought me vegetable tempura telling me it's seafood, but I could clearly see asparagus and other vegetables there. When I complained, they brought me some awful fish cakes - mix of fish remains with potatoes in breadcrumbs and told me that this is seafood tempura. I don't understand why they were lying to me - I could easily take something else if seafood wasn't available, they could just asked. This ruined otherwise pleasant experience. Their drinks were also great.
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Didzis Vilcans
7 months ago
The restaurant has a good selection of various dishes. It has a great selection of various cocktails - highly recommend to try Izakaya Lychee.
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Thomas Wysocki
5 months ago
The 'more than a mouthful' sushi rolls were okay, but not the greatest, but the fairly extensive list of Japanese tapas is where's it at. Decent beer selection too.