Strategic and omnipresent? Yup, that’s Ryoshi. Again, I tell another story for Japanese cuisine craving while in Bali. It may not be wise to do it too often because Bali holds so many treasure for you to dig in but one cannot hold it when the urge comes out.

Sushi Tei may be famous back in Jakarta or Bandung, but not here ladies and gents. While some outlets may appear humble or small, many favor or at least mention about their inevitable encounters with Ryoshi. While richer in menu selections than Kunti on my previous post, Ryoshi still prides itself in presenting the classic style dishes.

So we got a good bargain for discovering their new outlet just nearby Discovery Mall at Kuta and that was a solid 20 percent discount for their soft opening period (until July 2012 only). There, Ryoshi becomes an open air restaurant but with a roof on it. The entrance is a stairway surrounded with beautiful pillars and dining sections on the side of it. An air conditioned indoor dining room is also available further inside alongside the usual tatami section.

On the contrary with Kunti, the menu was designed well and helpful. The waitress was also highly knowledgeable and helpful by explaining the details of the dishes adeptly. Even though the outlet’s still new, this kind of thing ensured us that we’re in good hands. But too many expectations there as I have to wait my seafood okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake) although it ended up well. For the time being, we enjoyed also the Japanese style fish carpaccio (sliced raw) which I forgot the name was and the beef donburi (rice bowl).

Plenty of options from appetizers to main dishes consisting of sushi, sashimi, menrui (noodles), yakimono, donburi, and other usual choices you encounter at any Japanese restaurants. Bottom line is that Ryoshi would be the easiest and casual choice for everyone. With an affordable price tag, quite similar with Jakarta’s, Ryoshi is something that I would want to seek again whenever my family or my wife, in particular, would like for something common and comforting. With plenty available outlets everywhere now, I have no worries.




Some menu suitable for vegetarians

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Address: TBA for address details. Currently Ryoshi has several outlets at Seminyak, Kuta, Sanur, Ubud, and Galeria Mall.

Opening Hours: Daily, TBA for opening hours.


  • Seminyak +62.361.731.152
  • Kuta +62.361.766.302
  • Sanur +62.361.288.473
  • Ubud +62.361.971.192
  • Galeria Mall +62.361.751.684

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Email: N/A

Website: TBA

Facebook: TBA

Twitter: TBA

Atmosphere: Best visited during night time. Warm and cozy, especially the latest outlet at Kuta just beside the Discovery Mall.

Ambiance: Conversational.

Service: May be slow at times.

Pricing: Around IDR 100,000 – IDR 150,000 for two.



2 responses to “QuikSkoop™: Ryoshi”

  1. Epicurina Indonesia (@epicurina) Avatar

    It’s nice to know they finally decided to expand their space. Kuta’s branch used to be the smallest among other Ryoshi branches.

    1. Rian Farisa Avatar

      Yup, now we don’t have to specifically go to Kuta or Seminyak again. Dish-wise, still exciting with choices not available at other restaurants especially in Jakarta.

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