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Rome — By theromeguide on December 3, 2008 at 8:00 am

Sushi at the Pub

Sushi can be very expensive in Rome.  And if it’s not expensive, then the restaurant used to be a Chinese joint, or the sushi is not that good. But there’s one, away from the city center serving vast assortments of sushi, sashimi, udon and tempura kind to the waller and gentle on the palate. Bishoku Kobo (you won’t see the name but a big sign that reads ‘restaurant – japanese’) is clean, simple and has those funky plastic sushi platters in the entrance. Quite simply, it looks like an Italian restaurant, minus the raw fish. So where’s the fun part? Well, Bishoku turns into a SUSHI PUB at 11pm, complete with candles and soft lighting. Feeling peckish? Drop by Via Ostiense 110, order a cold Asahi and dip your chopsticks on luscious japanese appetizers.

Reservations highly needed: 06/5744190

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