Genki / Amsterdam

Reguliersdwarsstraat 26 Amsterdam 1017 BM
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 13:00 - 22:30

Genki is Japanese for “Good & Healthy” which is also the essence of our restaurant. Good quality food and service combined with a trendy atmosphere will allow you to enjoy a good and healthy dinner to the fullest. In our restaurant we offer the finest Japanese delicacies. Simply order à la carte or dine for a fixed price. We would like every guest to be able to taste as much as possible. Our staff will assure you a pleasant stay at our restaurant.

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Idil Gnosti en
There is sushi and other dishes but I use my vote by sushi as you don't exactly get "unlimited" order. However you have 5 rounds in which you can choose 5 dish per person. A single nigiri items is regarded as 1 order whereas 1 maki order differs from two to 3 pieces. I was not such a fan of their food but sushi is good quality and the balance between rice and ingredients are nicely formed. For sushi above average, I would say it is a good deal.If you are a member of ESN as me, you have 5% discount so what are you waiting for? Chops up! Keep in mind that it is cash only. My recommendations: All the maki rolls Shrimp Chicken Cutlets Chicken Skewers Nigiri Fried udon noodles Hand rolls GooglePlace - October 2017
Katja Takkunen ru
Отличные свежие суши и блюда, очень вкусно. Очень дешево. Если хочешь наесться то в обед 19 евро выбираешь из разных меню по 5 вариантов и так 5 раз! Foursquare - September 2017
Enrico di Bernardini en
A good restaurant that offers the possibility of sitting outside on the terrace. Good. Good food with creative options such as meat with fruit. Of course, the Japanese food classic was fantastic. GooglePlace - September 2017
Jens Strandell en
Delicious food well worth the price. You wont leave this place hungry! Highly recommend and a bargain during lunch hours. GooglePlace - August 2017
Robert Lewandowski en
The food is great. Price is reasonable. You do need to pay cash. No cards. Service is OK. When it's busy they do time you as it's a 2 hour all-you-can-eat. GooglePlace - August 2017