Japanese Restaurant Washoku Story

Washoku Story is not an ordinary restaurant – it is the home kitchen of Japanese Hide Hirakata, but 13 times larger. A few years back, Hide came to Estonia and invited some Estonians to his apartment, where he served proper and exceptionally delicious Japanese ramen. That is how Washoku Story began and now, Hide prepares delicious Japanese dishes and talks to you in the restaurant exactly as he has done in his home. 
Washoku Story offers an experience of the Japanese food culture on a daily basis – you can experience and taste authentic Japanese cuisine without leaving Tallinn.

Washoku Story is not an ordinary restaurant – it is the home kitchen of Japanese Hide Hirakata, but 13 times larger. A few years back, Hide came to Estonia and invited some Estonians to his apartment, where he served proper and exceptionally delic

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  • Japanese ala Estonie?

    Nice place near to the port of Talin , the menu rich on courses options. For what a taste it was nice and with a very good flavor. But it was not Japanise , more looks for my taste like european...

  • Good food, not so good service

    The chicken teryaki bowl tasted good but was 70% rice. When we ordered, we asked the waiter to reduce the amount of rice and add some salad, which they couldn’t do. The restaurant was practically...

  • Modern Jananise cuisine in new quarties near harbour

    Atmosphere was fresh, nice and modern. Service was was also friendly and conciderate. All ramen portions were really good but my chicken katsu could have a bit more taste imo.


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