Prague

Mash Hana

  Badeniho 3      (+ 420) 224 32 40 34     more than a year ago
Brand-spanking sushi house right around the corner from the Hradčanská metro station. Warm feelings embrace you as you enter thanks to the welcoming smiles and delicious smells. Sushi is lovingly displayed amidst the cozy surroundings of wood, paper lanterns and fans. Definitely check it out.

Metro

Hradčanská

Website

Email

mashhana@volny.cz

Open

Open 11:30 – 15:00 &17:00 – 22:30, Sun 11:30 - 22:30.

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04.11.2011
Talitha

It sounds like you had them on a bad night. I have gone to the restaurant for the last three years and have never experienced anything like this. Their service presentation and quality of the food has always been exceptional. This is my regular go-to when I want delicious cuisine that I cannot make at home. As well as being one of the few places in Prague to get Bibimbap I have discovered Japanese dishes beyond sushi that have opened a whole new world to my taste-buds. Often surprised never disappointed.
19.11.2010
Foodster

After a promising start to food and service at Mashhana tonight, we even met one of the owners. She described how her husband, the chef, got his start in various Prague embassies, then they went on to open Mashhana, four years ago. We were duly impressed. Then, an unfortunate accident occurred: as she served us water, she shattered a bottle...across the floor, the table, and us. As the staff began to clean around us, we suggested we should probably move to another table in the empty, non-smoking end of the restaurant where we were seated. We showed her the shattered glass on various plates of food and clear across the far end of the table. Apologizing profusely, she moved us to a new table. Our first clue to leave should have been when one of the servers brought us an open sauce bowl from the old table, then left in a huff when we refused, pointing out that the glass had shattered everywhere. The second clue should have been that food from the chard-laden table appeared to be coming back, re-plated, and reheated. We actually made a point of asking the owner if the sushi and other food was newly prepared, and she assured us that it was. Seconds later, we were crunching glass. More apologies, and much trembling of hands ensued when we calmly but firmly asked for the bill. She returned with a 1000kc offer towards our next meal, and explained there would be no charge for our dinner. We refused the credit, explaining that we would not be back - Particularly due to the complete disregard for the well-being of the young children seated at our table, who both ate food served after the incident tonight, trusting it was safe to do so. Never have we felt so disrespected at a restaurant. Never has service been more dishonorable. That it happened at the hands of a Japanese restaurant owner is particularly appalling.
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