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The restaurant is located on the quiet Dibuk Road, just up from Lemongrass restaurant. The chefs and staff are all Thai, so in this sushi restaurant you don’t exactly get an authentic experience.
The ambience of the restaurant is far superior to the Fujis and Oishis of this world, especially late at night. The restaurant stays open until about 11 pm. The food is reasonable, but as far as restaurants in Phuket go, it isn’t the best.
If you’re looking for a sushi restaurant in Phuket, Shintaro is a good choice, but we’re still looking for something a little bit more exceptional.
The sashimi was nothing special, but the sushi was enjoyable. The prices are expensive for what you get. In short, the food and prices at Fuji and Oishi are better, but the atmosphere at Shintaro is superior.