Open now16:30 – 21:30Japanese, Sushi, Asian, Steakhouses $$$ $ Sushi was very good as was service. Three stars as the cleanliness and upkeep are severely lacking.
Open now11:00 – 21:30Mongolian, Sushi, Seafood, Vegetarian options $$ It's a pretty good place to come and have sushi Mongolian barbecue and the everyday buffet ...
Open now11:00 – 21:00Ramen, Japanese, Vegetarian options TERIYAKI PARK 220 South 2nd Street, Suite 1C2, Waco, TX 76701 Directions Here’s The Deal:” Reservations, delivery, take-out, free Wi-Fi, outdoor seating available.
TAR ® Inspection Report: WAKE ROLL 2804 West Loop 340, #12, Waco, TX 76711 Directions Here’s The Deal:” Provides delivery, take-out. All of our sushi restaurants actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence.
Our son and daughter-in-law ordered to go for a family evening at home... Had a wonderful time in Montrose the service was awesome I would recommend this place to everyone.
Many viewers said Ship in Portsmouth is their favorite, with a menu filled with dozens of interesting special rolls. Fans in the North Conway area say Delaney's Hole in the Wall is the place to go for fresh, imaginative sushi.
Viewers say Sun Shoo has fresh sushi and authentic Chinese food. Fans of Mint Bistro say the staff is professional, and they love the happy hour specials.
Before the pandemic, when Izmir was my Sunday night happy hour special go-to, I met up with a friend who used to do sushi restaurant reviews for magazines in Moscow. Under her guidance we’d always start with the Izmir Roll (Arab, avocado cucumber topped with salmon) and then experiment with the other rolls on the menu, never going wrong.
I’d sip the house hot saki, and she’d have tea, and we’d chat for hours. Now we drop by, pick up the sushi to go, and eat it six feet apart in my yard.
I miss those cozy evenings and the wait staff always willing to make sure we got the perfect salmon on our roll, but the sushi tastes just as good outside. You'll find most of your favorite sushi classics here, very decently rendered considering the price.
The Sushi Bar has three outlets that are a bit cozier and more artisanal looking than your typical Japanese restaurant chain. This conveyor belt sushi restaurant is the first Halal one of its kind in Singapore, with a youthful vibe and online delivery to match.
Liang Court has a reputation for housing some of Singapore's most authentic Japanese eateries, and Joshi Sushi Ikeikemaru does not disappoint. This conveyor belt sushi restaurant also serves up bento lunch sets that are popular with the office crowd.
Standing Sushi Bar is popular with the office crowd thanks to their CBD outlets and frequent happy hour promotions. Wash down your chukka take or baby octopus ($8.60), Tori bats ($12.80) and avocado roll ($8.60) with a glass of Ash, or as may glasses as you can handle without falling over if you show up at their Marina Bay Link Mall or Marina One outlet's on Friday thanks to their free flow for $30 deal.
This authentic Japanese restaurant originating in Niagara prefecture now has several outlets in Singapore as well as a sake bar. Tom Sushi's Novena outlet specializes in noodles, steak and grilled items and also offers special set meals, while the Along outlet offers a seafood heavy Niagara menu.
This is a mid-range sushi chain restaurant that's stood the test of time in Singapore. For the price, you get very decently-executed dishes like Kagoshima pork sukiyaki ($17.80) and dragon roll ($14.80), as well as a selection of sushi and sashimi.
Satsuma is Good wood Park Hotel's resident sushi restaurant, and while you should obviously not expect it to be cheap, you can at least sleep at night knowing you'll be enjoying high quality Japanese in a stylish yet cozy setting. They might make do in a pinch, but Miami offers far better options that allow you to skip the imitation crab meat and slimy seaweed.
Refusing to allow a pandemic to interfere with serving quality rolls, a plethora of Miami restaurants are producing freshly made make and Nigeria for takeout and/or delivery. A mix of tempura lobster and avocado is crowned with tuna and salmon in the hearty ten-piece Godfather ($15.95), while sushi combos range from 16 pieces ($16.95) to a boat for two ($54.95).
Chef SEO's kitchen also turns out dishes of Bulgari ($17.95) and deep-fried agendas tofu with mushrooms, warm teriyaki, and Ponzi ($8.95). EXPAND Dakota's takeout menu includes spicy tuna crisp rice ($14), editor make ($17), and a dynamite hand roll with band crab and creamy Ponzi ($14).
Hot entrée options include miss sea bass with crispy kale ($34), wasabi vegetable fried rice ($11), and short rib yak noodles with tamarind soy and ginger aioli ($22). The restaurant also offers lunch bento boxes, composed of miss soup and wasabi rice, along with a choice of Ponzi salmon with crispy Brussels sprouts, a spicy tuna or California sushi roll, or chicken robot with scallions ($20).
EXPAND We'll start with yellowtail with green soy paper, truffles you, Panama, and nor tempura flakes ($17). Then we'll move on to octopus ceviche packed with avocado, red onion, nor tempura flakes, and you ($16), and finish with a butter crab roll ($14).
You might be tempted by other menu items like white fish Nigeria with phone gas, ginger, and sesame seeds ($9); crisped Karachi with writes and sesame salt ($17); or the “Arena Bad,” a steamed bun filled with soft shell crab, mint, basil, cilantro and red curry ($12). A special happy-hour bag features edamame and crisped avocado rice, along with shrimp tempura tacos, robot sausages, and half-portions of salmon-avocado, tuna, and hamachi-scallion rolls.
Dig into interesting options like the steak roll, a mix of avocado, cucumber and mixed greens crowned with sashimi logo and served with spicy mayo ($6.95); the Miami roll, with tuna, salmon, cucumber, chives, and cream cheese, topped with spicy mayo and avocado sauce ($11.50); or “La Crude Verbal,” loaded with fresh salmon, mango, and avocado and topped with ceviche-style white fish ($12.50). Producing stories on everything from political scandals to the hottest new bands, with gutsy reporting, stylish writing, and staffers who've won everything from the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi feature-writing award to the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism.
It is tucked away on the north side, near Mead High School, so not many people know it exists. The ambiance in Sushi is what I think of when I think of a great sushi joint.
At HQ Sushi, their rolls are a work of art. So, if you’re looking for sushi so pretty it will make your day, HQ is your place.
Their sushi boat options are a great deal! Typically, you can get one roll for about $15, so this is a great deal for sushi and sashimi lovers.
Kinda (7458 N Division St, Spokane, WA // 509.474.9276) If you are scared of sushi, ease into it with California Rolls.
They are made with imitation crab and cream cheese. This Bento box from Kinda is a great way to dip your feet in the sushi waters.
It comes with 4 California Rolls, 2 Nigeria, tempura, dumplings, salad, teriyaki protein (salmon portion is huge for the price). The bento box give you the opportunity to try some mild sushi, but fill up on some less intimidating foods.