Blvd Puerta de Hierro 4965 Local UP 6-14
45116 Guadalajara, Mexico
tel: 3611 1144
Monday to Wednesday, 1:30pm to 11 pm; Thursday, 1:30pm to 12 am; Friday and Saturday 1:30pm to 1:30 am, Sunday,
The Moshi Moshi restaurant and bar, a Japanese chain, is a new addition to the fine eating experiences you can enjoy in Guadalajara. Moshi Moshi is a popular Japanese phone greeting equivalent to "Hello". Located in Plaza Andares, it is a unique dining and socializing experience. Diners sit at a bar that features a rotating belt on which pass a variety of sushi seafood delicacies modified to appeal to contemporary taste. For example, Ranma
is a dish consisting of shrimp, avocado and cucumber wrapped in baby squid pasta. Selections are available at different prices. The guest knows the price of each delicacy simply by noting the color of the plate as it passes on the conveyor. Prices for sushi plates start at 15 pesos (about $US1.40) that pass by on a gray plate and go up to 55 pesos (about $US5.00) carried on an orange plate. If you prefer, traditional Japanese meals (tempura, sashimi and, yes, a ribeye steak) can be ordered from the "kitchen" menu. Of the many desserts offered, the Moshi ice cake is a very special treat (different flavors of ice cream wrapped in rice pasta). Fine wines, sakis, and other alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks are also available.