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Some sports fans like to rock up to a bar and cheer on their team. Others live for the traditions: tailgating, party-hosting, and dressing head-to-toe in fan apparel. Here are so…
2300 Winchester PlSpartanburg, SC 29301
From Business: Kanpai of Tokyo, founded in 1973, is a Japanese restaurant that offers family-style dining opportunities. The restaurant provides lunch and dinner options. It serve…
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Now this is MY honest opion ... my husband and I went there fryday night, the place is BEAUTIFUL and full of local art work ..it's very unique. My service was so attentive, her name was Nichole and I thank her for going so far out of the way for us. The kitchen was just so kind and considered of our special requests ... not to mention how fantastic it was , I'd take my mother here, that's how much they impressed me. And Josh, I want to personal thank you.. you made our night so special!! ... lol, I talk about these people like I know them.. but it feels like i do.. GO AND ENJOY YOURSELF!! ;)
I was told by a co-worker that Ganko had the best curry in town so I thought I would give them a try. I have been there twice now; once for takeout and once for dining in. Both the red curry and green curry where excellent. Their wontons were perfect. The menu is a variety of the best dishes from around Asia, no particular county which was great since I prefer Tai and my kids prefer Chinese. The portions are huge. The restaurant is small and most their traffic is take out. The restaurant seating area is clean and comfortable. The staff is friendly and attentive.
Hello, just wanted to correct the person from Georgia. I'm a customer and yes it's not German food. Because the owner is Austrian....... Gerhard is a wonderful person and the atmosphere is cozy and laid back on one side and formal on the other side. Perhaps, the lady from Georgia should have opened the door to her left which would be the formal, quiet side... Great place to divide your mood for the day.. Tina Saharkhiz Schmitt