Kimono Sushi Bar
Vjerujemo da Sarajevo kao glavni grad zasluzuje prostor u kojem su dostupne kulinarske cari Dalekog istoka. Nase buduce goste pozivamo da nas posjete i da se prepuste filozofiji zdravog zivljenja koja u nasoj interpretaciji podrazumijeva uzivanje svih cula u magicnim kulinarskim formama.
Greetings from Salt Lake City, Utah.
"I wanted to write and express our satisfaction with our dinner at the Kimono on Saturday night! We had been gone for 6 days traveling to Tuzla for a humanitarian wheelchair project. We were tired and hungry and ready to head back to the US. The thought of a Japanese restaurant in Sarajevo made us all chuckle. We wanted a restaurant that we could go in and sit down and enjoy our dinner and not have to sit in the food court. We initially saw your place but decided to look at other options. Nothing was appealing so we back tracked to the Kimono because we could sit down and be served. Your waiter offered the menu for us to look at. It was interesting and appealing so we chose to come in. We were taken to a table inside the restaurant. Right beside our table were several people smoking which really distracts from the dining experience. We moved our selves to the table right inside the door because of air flow and no one else was sitting there. Good move on our part.
We are glad you recommended the beef on the hot stone. It was delicious. The whole dinner was delicious.
In the United States, no smoking is allowed in restaurants due to the danger of second hand smoke. Other countries have nonsmoking areas. I realize Bosnia doesn't have any rules governing smoking and many of the people smoke in spite of the health risk. I would suggest that you designate a small area as nonsmoking and see how it is received.
Again, the dinner was the best on our trip.
The only thing that wasn't the best was several of the walnuts on my dessert were rancid."
- Andy Schnebly