A very fun, educational experience for the 45th Anniversary buffet.
Highly recommend the shabu shabu, although it's gotten a bit expensive. Drinks are good and the ambiance is nice as well. One of our favorite restaurants in town.
Had an awesome sauce time. Staff were amazing. We experienced the Traditional Room which was a great experience in the culture.
The entire dining experience was exceptional. The only negative is the food is not as good as 5 years ago when I dined there.
Our all time favorite restaurant in Atlanta. Food is amazing and the staff is like family.
I haven't had sukiyaki in years, and it has always been a personal favorite. I was excited when I saw that they serve it at Nakato. They bring a hot plate and cook it at your table--like hot pot, but with the special sukiyaki sauce. We had three people, and that was perfect. Two would be too much food, and four too little. Food was great and the service was notably good.
Love going to Nakatos . Love the staff, food consistent and can actually hear for good conversation!
Loved it as always!
The atmosphere and food are second to none. It can be a little pricey but totally worth it.
Just to give a little heads up on regarding my review. I spent 5 years in Japan as an exchange student in Fukuoka. Consequently, when I reserve the table at the traditional Japanese family ran restaurant I am expecting certain things. Polite, friendly, knowledgeable service and quite ambiance. Service was good, but with luck of knowledge. Servers have to know the menu!!!! It took me about 30 min to order a proper bottle of sake, until the other stuff member (I assume a bartender) helped her out. We ordered shabu-shabu, beef tataki, rolls, and some of the a la carte nigiris. Everything but the roll was good not excellent.
I won't recomend this place for a date since it is quite loud. As a casual dinning...may be. But keep in mind that it is not cheap. Our check for 2 adults an 1 child ended almost $300 with the tip. For this kind of money do to UMI.