Welcome to Kobe
TEPPANYAKI & SUSHI IN MAASTRICHT
Please feel welcome at Japanese Restaurant Kobe in Maastricht. We offer only the best authentic Japanese dishes and an evening filled with exquisite cuisine and friendly & capable staff. Our four teppanyaki chefs are highly skilled in authenthic Japanese cooking and will show you their mastery at one of our four teppanyaki tables and at our sushibar. Or enjoy our dishes on one of our private tables for a romantic night out. At Japanese Restaurant Kobe, we honour Japanese cuisine by selecting only the best high-quality and fresh ingrediënts.
Are you looking for a night out dining experience? Make a reservation and enjoy the authenthic Japanese cuisine at Japanese Restaurant Kobe. We are located in the heart of Maastricht, in district Wyck.
A JAPANESE EXPERIENCE TO YOUR HOME
We want our guests to have the option to enjoy our authentic Japanese dishes at the comfort of their homes. That is why we will still be continueing our Kobe Take-Away service at least until the end of this year. Choose from our Take-Away Menu, send us your order through whatsapp and we will take care of the rest. A wonderful way to experience Kobe at home
KOBE.RESERVATION@GMAIL.COM | +31(0)43 321 1961 | RUITERIJ 1 6221 EW MAASTRICHT
Following the GUIDELINES set up by the Dutch Government and the RIVM concerning COVID-19 we are closed for dine-in until furthur notice. We cannot accept future reservations due to the fact that we are unsure when we are allowed to open.
We will update all the information as we receive it. As soon as we have an exact date, we will put our reservation system online.
For now, we would like to thank everyone who used/ uses our Take Away and Delivery service. We thank and value your support.
We hope to see you soon, take care,
With regards, Team Kobe
Kitchen Opening Times
Closed for DINE-IN
MAKE A RESERVATION
Reservation is mandatory but can also be made last minute. Reservations ONLY through email and through the RESERVEREN button on our website. We are only accepting reservations via phone for last-minute reservations. Only after receiving a confirmation email is your reservation valid. In this email, you can easily change or cancel your reservation.
Please stay home when you have a nose cold, fever above 38 degrees, a cough or shortness of breath.
We comply with the rules the RIVM set up concerning the covid-19 virus. Therefore our seating is limited.
We will be working in two shifts on the weekends. From 17:00 to 20:00 and from 20:15 to 23:30
Please follow the instructions of our staff at all times.
Guests not complying with the regulations set up by the RIVM concerning covid-19 or instructions of our staff will be kindly instructed to leave. These regulations are set up for the health of your fellow guests and our staff.
Cancel on time (macx 4 hours before reservation), and cancel when you are feeling ill. No-shows will no longer be acceptable and will be charged according to the cancellation policy of the UVH (Uniforme Voorwaarde Horeca) in ENGLISH, DUTCH & GERMAN (https://www.khn.nl/kennis/algemene-voorwaarden-en-uvh).
Upon arrival our staff will perform a health check.
Upon arrival we have hand sanitizer available for all our guests and it is mandatory to sanitize your hands when entering our restaurant
Every table will be given a form to sign (we are only allowed to keep your information for a maximum of 14 days)
Please make sure you are on time. We will give you table away after 15 minutes. Call us to let us know you will be later.
We accept the following payments; mastercard, visa, maestro, giftcard (gifty.nl or one purchased in the restaurant) and cash. As much as possible contactloos (pin) or exact change (cash).
NOTE: Even though this will be the new normal, and not the service that you are normally used to. We are very much looking forward to welcome our guests in our restaurant again and will do everything in our capacity, with the guidelines in mind, to make you feel welcome and allow you to have a great dining experience.
These guidelines are subject to change according to changes in guidelines set up by the RIVM considering COVID-19.