Lunch Monday Through Friday 11:30-14:30
Sushi Buffet Every Saturday 11:30-14:30
Dinner everyday from 18:00-22:00
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
A wonderfully zen Japanese robatayaki restaurant with six private tatami rooms and a sushi bar. Experience the traditions of old Japan and savor the sophisticated flavors of traditional Japanese cuisine. Everyday you are able to chose between a variety of lunch sets including Fried Chicken set, Fried Pork Cutlet set, Tempura set, Grilled Fish set or a variety of Sushi sets.The dinner menu features a variety of Kobe beef specialties, Sushi/Sashimi a-la-carte, a wide selection of robatayaki, deep fried tempura, and that is only the beginning. In addition to that, Hachi offers one of the largest selections of Sake in Cambodia.
Pricing is premium, food though is good but is not any way spectacular than normal Japanese restaurant. Ambience is good for we had a private room.
Food quality dropped significantly and was poor. Unlikely will return anytime soon.
Hachi is one of my favourite Japanese restaurant in Phnom Penh. No matter for business lunch or weekend brunch with family, this is a good place to enjoy the Japanese cuisine.
It was a good buffet. The Salmon Belly was amazing! I got to try ingredients I have never had before. I don’t mind spending money on a great lunch but this one was a little expensive.
It was a bit under expectation in terms of menu (i.e. variety of food and the buffet package).
My feedback relates to the Sushi buffet on Saturdays, which was great quality and very good value for the quality, service and environment
Couldn't ask for more. It was a great deal. My friends and I were very pleased with the variety and the quality of the food and the service.
Hachi becomes my go to restaurant when I stay in Sofitel, the people there are very kind and hospitality with me, really recommend it!
Top quality value for money great staff love this place.
I love Uni , they served the Uni all you can eat !!!
Hands down the best Japanese food in Phnom Penh. I highly recommend the Bento set at lunch.
We had sushi buffet and this is our first time in this restaurant. No one brief us about the buffet menu and we had to see what others were ordering before knowing those items are part of the buffet menu. Tempura was cold and I thought this was made upon order. Ebi tempura was not as fresh as I thought to be. Food variety is not a lot and some items are just average considering what we had heard from others on Haichi, We will continue to stick to other restaurants in Sofitel as the food are better.
I had a very enjoyable lunch at Hachi. The service was exceptional and the sushi was of a high standard.
Fantastic atmosphere, food and service.
Food is fresh and good private room with outside view.
I really enjoyed many varieties of sushi. Thank you.
Nice food, nice ambient and service oriented staff
The service is very nice. I will definitely recommend to others!
Food quality are fantastic Staff are very attentive and customer oriented, remember my order even when I m there only once a month
Cómida excelente! Probamos las otras, sashimi de salmón y una variedad de rolls. Muy buena atención. Aclaró que es CARÍSIMO, pero si queres darte el lujo una vez vale la pena.
Hachi is always my first priority choice of Japanese restaurants in Phnom Penh as it offers delicious food at reasonable price, together with excellent service quality. I strongly recommend to try Hachi without any doubt for anyone visiting Phnkm Penh. Lawrence Liang, former Chairman of Cathay United Bank (Cambodia) Corp.
Nous avons sélectionné nos plats pour découvrir deux choses qui auraient affecté notre choix (passées sous silence au moment de notre choix):le chef est venu préparer un rouleau saumon et riz (que nous considérons avoir été mal préparé sur le plan esthétique), suivi d’un amuse-bouche au thon. Avoir su, nous aurions éliminé le dernier plat choisi. De plus, le sushi California contenait du tofu: nous ne sommes pas venus au restaurant pour du tofu! Enfin, nous aurions choisi un sushi au thon épicé pour se faire dire qu’il n’y en avait pas mais l’amuse-bouche en contenait. Problème de langue?