The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years. The Japanese loanword "bonsai" has become an umbrella term in English, attached to many forms of potted or other plants,  and also on occasion to other living and non-living things. According to Stephen Orr in The New York Times"the term should be reserved for plants that are grown in shallow containers following the precise tenets of bonsai pruning and training, resulting in an artful miniature replica of a full-grown tree in nature.
Food is great, especially malaysian food. Advice: order in advance a malaysian or any other menu by phone by telling your price per menu and you'll have a perfect evening. One of the best asian restaurants in the north.
Bonzai is by far the best Asian restaurant in North Luxembourg. So far, it has also been the best restaurant we've tried since we moved to the country 6 months ago. While many Asian restaurants in Luxembourg can be bland and mild, Bonzai's cuisine is full of flavor and they aren't afraid to add some heat.
Having visited the restaurant on quite a few occasions I can safely say that this restaurant does not dissapoint. The selection of food is great. The sushi is always outstanding and the dragon roll is out fo this world.
Not everyone likes French fries and chicken strips for happy hour. So Bonzai is a great happy hour alternative. It's relatively empty but that's why it's happy hour!
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Bonsai is a fascinating art-form that combines horticultural techniques and Asian aesthetics in a unique way. The art originates in the Chinese empire and was copied and adapted by the Japanese to what we know now as Bonsai trees. Literally translated "bon-sai" means "planted in a container".
Great Delivery Site Food always Piping Hot and I have ordered lots over my 10 years living here Great food, bad service with the exception of one waitress.
After a week of media coverage and orchestrated outrage, Bonzai was predictably packed on naked sushi night, mostly with people in their early 20s, a few rather older TV news reporters, and a DJ spinning dance music, all jammed together in the dark, bluish club. Making polite conversation with a woman I found myself pressed up against, I learned she was a Bonzai regular. Each drink you buy gets you a ticket good for four pieces of sushi, which you serve yourself from a line that snakes past the human sushi bar.