Hosokawa / Amsterdam

Max Euweplein 22 Amsterdam 1017 MB
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 15:00
Description

In the very heart of Amsterdam, chef Hiromichi Hosokawa has been welcoming to his restaurant guests from all over the world, for almost 20 years. Hosokawa, which translates to “narrow river”, will bring you to ancient Japan with its traditional Robata grill, Teppan grill and Sushi style of cooking, but surrounded in a cosmopolitan Amsterdam with its modern and sophisticated ambience. Welcome. And be prepared to be delighted.

from official Facebook page
average 618 votes
2.9
Tips from the Net @ Hosokawa
Yovav Meydad en
Nice sushi restaurant . The fish was fresh and tasty. The only con is the limited variety of special rolls. GooglePlace - January 2018
Kees Helder en
Great restaurant with great service. Their teppanyaki is expensive but well worth it. Great experience to see a chef master his tools like that. The restaurant is well situated between Leidseplein and Max Euweplein. Their sushi is also very good. It's possible to have sushi as a starter before the teppanyaki. GooglePlace - January 2018
Frederik van Alkemade en
The teppanyaki was very good, I found it better then at Okura hotel. The restaurant looks cosy inside and it's very central in Amsterdam. The personel is helpfull, but not one native speaker, still have to get used to this in Amsterdam, in Londen it's normal, but I still prefer the mix. We ate there with 10 friends, this I will not do again, as with these large tables you are confined to speak only with your neighbors. Which is not very social and nice if you are with a large group. GooglePlace - January 2018
Irena Marmelstein en
High quality menu and high quality service. As a Japanese food lover I highly recommend it. Foursquare - November 2017
Michael en
If you like sushi rice that tastes like it has been scraped out of a soapy pan this is definitely the place to go. Come on Hosokawa i know you can do better than this. Rinse the rice properly otherwise the vinegar won't be absorbed and make sure to cool it before using it. GooglePlace - October 2017