Koishii Japanese Noodle & Sushi Bar

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28 Comments

Reply Richard ED Edwards
1:13 PM on March 7, 2018 
I have been trying to cancel my Groupon booking for 1730 on Thursday. It wonâ??t let me, nor is the contact us bit of your website.

Please cancel, I will rebook shortly.

Regards

ed
Reply Paul
10:18 AM on May 30, 2017 
Love the food and the shop, me and my fiancee had our first date there.
I have noticed the site is a little bit incomplete so you if you want some help let me know you have more to offer than you are showing here.
Reply Tanisha-Gaige Pearce
6:45 AM on May 8, 2017 
Hello , I saw your sign in the front window looking for waiting staff. Well i would like to apply and wanted to ask for an email to send my cv in?

Thank you
Reply Jake Roberts
11:49 AM on September 24, 2016 
Hi,

I got a leaflet through the door today and I was wondering what is in the seafood hotpot that you serve?

Thanks,

Jake
Reply patali
10:15 AM on March 17, 2016 
hi,
how can i contact your restaurant. cant find a mail id or a telephone no.
Reply koishiiplymouth
3:29 PM on December 24, 2014 
Bethany says...
Hello! I am a regular lunchtime customer and love your food. Will you do delivery at lunchtimes? I am willing to pay a charge for this. I can't currently come in as I am housebound for several weeks and I miss your menus. Cheers!


Hi Bethany
Unless we are too busy at lunch time, otherwise we will deliver to you home. please give us a call.

Ted
manager
Reply Bethany
8:32 AM on July 31, 2014 
Hello! I am a regular lunchtime customer and love your food. Will you do delivery at lunchtimes? I am willing to pay a charge for this. I can't currently come in as I am housebound for several weeks and I miss your menus. Cheers!
Reply bev
7:51 PM on July 29, 2014 
Me and my daughter went late on July 17th. I had seen it driving through Plymouth in the afternoon. I had wanted soem Japanese food for my birthday, the following day, but since saw this place (and had no idea where we'd be for my birthday really) decided to stop back by when we were on our way back to out hotel by Torquay from Cornwall that night. No one was there when we arrived, but thankfully were still open (was about 10pm). I didn't feel bad thinking we were going to keep staff there to only serves us, when a large booking came in a bit after we arrived. There were 2 waitresses and a man who mayhave been manager or chef...but all were helpful, friendly and attentitive, even while serving the large group (was 20 I think). Japanese restaurants are few and far between in the UK, so was happy to come across one. It may have not been fine dining, but the places was nicem with Japanese styled seating areas, cleverly built. The tempura (my main love of Japanese) was perfect...super light battered and fried and crispy. Nice veggie selection for it and all was cooked perfectly. Daughter had a veggie bento box, that I'd have been quite happy with! Some sushi and inari and tenpura in it plus rice, NOM! I asked for a bowl of rice with teriyaki on the side, which they obliged, Sause was a bit bbq tasting over teriyaki, but good nontheless. Were well stuffed in the end, which a sshame as my daughter fancied trying a few things. But quality was lovely, price was fair and restaurant was nicely decorated. If when back in portsmouth, it will be my first meal of the day!
Reply Beverly
7:48 PM on July 29, 2014 
Me and my daughter went late on July 17th. I had seen it driving through Plymouth in the afternoon. I had wanted soem Japanese food for my birthday, the following day, but since saw this place (and had no idea where we'd be for my birthday really) decided to stop back by when we were on our way back to out hotel by Torquay from Cornwall that night. No one was there when we arrived, but thankfully were still open (was about 10pm). I didn't feel bad thinking we were going to keep staff there to only serves us, when a large booking came in a bit after we arrived. There were 2 waitresses and a man who mayhave been manager or chef...but all were helpful, friendly and attentitive, even while serving the large group (was 20 I think). Japanese restaurants are few and far between in the UK, so was happy to come across one. It may have not been fine dining, but the places was nicem with Japanese styled seating areas, cleverly built. The tempura (my main love of Japanese) was perfect...super light battered and fried and crispy. Nice veggie selection for it and all was cooked perfectly. Daughter had a veggie bento box, that I'd have been quite happy with! Some sushi and inari and tenpura in it plus rice, NOM! I asked for a bowl of rice with teriyaki on the side, which they obliged, Sause was a bit bbq tasting over teriyaki, but good nontheless. Were well stuffed in the end, which a sshame as my daughter fancied trying a few things. But quality was lovely, price was fair and restaurant was nicely decorated. If when back in portsmouth, it will be my first meal of the day!
Reply Harry Winton
6:58 PM on April 12, 2014 
i ordered from both this and the owners other restaurant hoe cantonese and i waited over 3 hours from both restaurants the food was in a poor quality and was very tasteless i would never recommend here