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Old 14.07.2011, 13:38
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Sushi place in Nyon?

Hoping the Nyonnaise among you can help - Thursday night is Sushi date night for the Emperor and I and we usually go to Geneva. But I've seen a couple of Japanese places in Nyon that we should try - only thing is I'm not sure what time they close. I know of Sushi Haiku on Grand Rue around near the chateau - the odd thing is their website says they close at 9.30pm but the sign on the door I remember says they close at 7pm (which is kind of a stupid time to close, no?). So there's that place - then there's the new place on Rue de la Gare - Chez Lin - but they don't seem to have a website and I don't know what time they close. Anyone have any idea? Thanks!
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Re: Sushi place in Nyon?

I'm not aware of any sushi places at all in Nyon and I have lived here for a while, so assume they are new. It is quite possible that they are only open for lunch if just sushi bar, that would be typical. I've always gone to GVA for sushi. A japanese restraunt is more likely to be open at night, there is a decent one in Versoix, that's the closest to Nyon that I am aware of.

ps--chez lin sounds chinese not japanese, although never heard of it.
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Re: Sushi place in Nyon?

Yeah, I would try the one at Rue de la Gare, I have seen them open later than the one on Grand Rue. Let us know how the food was (service, etc.).
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Yeah, I would try the one at Rue de la Gare, I have seen them open later than the one on Grand Rue. Let us know how the food was (service, etc.).
We went past the new one (Chez Lin) on Rue de la Gare (and it is very new; there less than two months) - he's just a small bar but is open until 8pm. - but didn't try this time.

We ended up getting some sushi and plat chauds to takeaway from the Sushi Haiku place on Grand Rue. Plats chauds I would give a miss - my beef teriyaki seemed to be all teriyaki and hardly any beef. As a relative newcomer to sushi I couldn't tell you whether it was 'good' sushi, but it tasted fine. But the bizarre thing is his shop is only open until 7pm, but you can order online and get it delivered until 9.30pm. I've never heard of such a thing. They supposedly deliver as far away as Gland and Eysins. Here's the website: http://www.sushihaiku.ch/nyon/index.php
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Re: Sushi place in Nyon?

Hi,

My personal experience (I'm a great sushi fan) is that neither of the places is worth the price or hardly deserve to call "sushi" to what they offer. Personally I find the one on take-away in Manor better, even if still far far away from decent.

The lack of a decent Japanese place in Nyon has been torturing me for a while but only hope stays a trip to Geneve or Lausanne.

Sad, very sad.

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