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Fuji at Jungceylon: mirrors, cubicles, drop lights and bamboo

Fuji, Jungceylon, Patong

Sunday, September 14, 2008
Best Restaurant of 2008 contender

Telephone: 076 600056-8

Open: 11am-11pm
(There is also a branch in Central open 11am-9pm)

Address: Ground Floor, Jungceylon, Patong

Style: Japanese

Price range: Plenty of sets and boxes. Tempura set (140 baht) sashimi deluxe (680 baht) salmon usuzukuri (300 baht) maguro sashimi (130 baht) avocado tofu negitoro (190 baht) beef tataki (180 baht) bacon enoki roll (70 baht) tofu steak (80 baht) chawan mushi (65 baht) yakiniku salad (160 baht) salmon teriyaki (190 baht) california sushi set (240 baht) tempura special (210 baht) shabu shabu (180 baht) salmost steak (190 baht) lemon juice (55 baht) fuji punch (60 baht) singha beer (70/120 baht).

What Phuketwan says: The Japanese have a word for a woman who looks more attractive from behind than she does from the front. We admire a language that can be so precise, and we think that perhaps there should also be a word for a restaurant that gets everything right, except the food. A visit to a restaurant can be a little like going to the movies. The seat is comfortable, the popcorn is tasty, the cartoon is fun, such a shame about the film. Fuji has more than 50 branches throughout Thailand, mostly in malls and plazas, which means they must be doing some things right. The two on Phuket make the most of tight space, offering glassy cubicles, mirrored surrounds, drop lights and bamboo. Bamboo means Japanese, right? What Fuji offers is consistent quality, efficient service and comfortable surroundings. An attempt has been made to make the restaurant seem as though it is not just a shopping mall space. Fuji is the kind of place you go for a quick business meeting over lunch or a bite to eat while shopping. It's a risk-free, reliable outing.The adventure may not be as exhilarating as a mountain climb, but you won't waste a lot of energy either.

How to find it: Inside Jungceylon, off the large open plaza.

Parking: Plenty of space in Jungceylon's underground car park.

Phuketwan restaurant reviewers pay for their meals. If someone else does, we tell you so


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Worst service in the world and the waitresses are very unfriendly. I hated it and I'll never eat there again.

Posted by Ahmed Ismail on May 12, 2013 08:52

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