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Hamabe - The Westin Resort

3.33 reviews
Japanese • The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali • Nusa Dua • 200K - 300K
CLOSED Open on Today 18:00 - 23:00
Opening Hours
Monday18:00 - 23:00
Tuesday18:00 - 23:00
Wednesday18:00 - 23:00
Thursday18:00 - 23:00
Friday18:00 - 23:00
Saturday18:00 - 23:00
Sunday18:00 - 23:00
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The Westin, Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, BTDC Lot N-3, Jl. Nusa DuaShow In Google Maps >
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 - @paulinacv.8
@paulinacv.8
in InstagramOct 24, 2019
 - Sean Liao
Sean Liao
2 photos1 reviewMay 10, 2018
Decent, unauthentic Japanese fare
The best thing about Hamabe is the ambiance, although they could turn down the A/C a bit. As for the food, the dishes I tried were all quite below expectations. The spicy tuna roll (prepared by a local Indonesian) was paired with ultra-salty soy sauce making for an overwhelmingly salty/spicy maki-eating experience. The hot soba tempura noodles were way over-cooked, but the soup was still flavorful enough. The chicken gyoza (why such a thing??) was dry and bland. It really needed that thin sauce to give it any taste. Be careful to dip in too much as it’s also super salty!
The best thing about Hamabe is the ambiance, although they could turn down the A/C a bit. As for the food, the dishes I tried were all quite below expectations. The spicy tuna roll (prepared by a local Indonesian) was paired with ultra-salty soy sauce making for an overwhelmingly salty/spicy maki-eating experience. The hot soba tempura noodles were way over-cooked, but the soup was still flavorful enough. The chicken gyoza (why such a thing??) was dry and bland. It really needed that thin sauce to give it any taste. Be careful to dip in too much as it’s also super salty!
The best thing about Hamabe is the ambiance, although they could turn down the A/C a bit. As for the food, the dishes I tried were all quite below expectations. The spicy tuna roll (prepared by a local Indonesian) was paired with ultra-salty soy sauce making for an overwhelmingly salty/spicy maki-eating experience. The hot soba tempura noodles were way over-cooked, but the soup was still flavorful enough. The chicken gyoza (why such a thing??) was dry and bland. It really needed that thin sauce to give it any taste. Be careful to dip in too much as it’s also super salty!

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