Chào mọi người. Tôi tên là Jason và tôi là người Mỹ.
When I studied abroad in Japan 2 years ago, my taste in food changed forever. Ever since I lived in Tokyo, I’ve been craving to find some good Japanese restaurants. I must say that Kyodai does a good job with the food here.
First off, the decor is gorgeous and vivid. The staff are a bit friendly but the atmosphere is very relaxing and lovely. Many foreigners do come here but you will also see some Vietnamese as well. You should come with friends to get the most out of the experience. If you do, order the giant sushi “boat”.
In regards to the food, it’s pretty good, but I strongly recommend you stick to ordering sushi and small rolls. You can go for ramen and Japanese fried chicken, though I did not like it that much. It’s a bit too oily and doesn’t compare to that of Japan. However, the sushi and rolls are distinct and while they may not be too accurate, it is still very good to be enjoyed in its own right. Sushi is finger food, so using chopsticks is completely unneccessary.
I recommend this to anyone who wants a change in taste or wants to try something new. A beautiful, delicious restaurant you won’t regret!