Japanese Restaurants in Ballwin


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  • Sushi Japan
    In addition to 29 types of nigiri and sashimi and more than 70 different maki, Sushi Japan's chefs create specialty rolls with everything from lobster and green onion to banana tempura and kiwi. In the kitchen, the rest of the chefs stick to homestyle Japanese flavors, cooking entrees such as shrimp tempura, stir-fried yakisoba, and hibachi-grilled beef. Although Sushi Japan's shoji screens, kanji-bedecked lanterns, and fabric prints demonstrate a firm commitment to traditional Japanese culture, some aspects of the restaurant's decor—the cozy booths, a chair-lined counter—evince a more modern aesthetic.
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    471 Lafayette Ctr.
    Manchester, MO US
  • Tokyo Steak House
    Chefs routinely join guests at the tables inside Tokyo Steak House. But rather than dine with them, they cook their meals with front-row views for everyone, showcasing expert skills at hibachi grills. Pieces of chicken, filet mignon, and lobster tail sizzle atop the specially designed flat-tops before moving onto guests? plates just a few feet away.
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    61 Nationalway Shopping Ctr.
    Manchester, MO US
  • Kampai Sushi Chesterfield
    Kampai translates as the Japanese equivalent of cheers, more or less. Literally, it means "dry cup," and was traditionally used to encourage drinkers to polish off their beverages. It's the motto at Kampai Sushi Bar, where guests toast pints over meals of fresh sushi rolls. Kampai's chefs craft more than 40 different sushi rolls, from familiar creations such as the California and tempura rolls to more exotic assemblies, such as the Love roll. The roll is sweet, like love itself, combining smoked salmon with mango under a wrapping of soy paper, like love itself, and topping the whole thing off with honey wasabi soy sauce?just like true love. The menu also includes a selection of beer and wine to fuel those toasts as well as hot Japanese entr?es and Korean specialties, such as bulgogi.
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    1637 Clarkson Rd.
    Chesterfield, MO US
  • Fin Japanese Cuisine
    Helmed by chef Paul Kulkanjanatorn, who boasts 10 years in the raw fish-fileting industry, Fin Japanese Cuisine serves up a vast menu of authentic Japanese fare in a sophisticated and romantic setting. Gird yourself for a long night of vampire hunting with a hearty dinner bento box such as the Shogun Set, a collection of gindara miso, shrimp tempura, and sashimi ($18.95), or opt for tonkatsu, a deep-fried breaded pork cutlet mingled with katsu sauce ($16.95). Midday munchers can luxuriate in a lunch bento set, served with gyoza, house salad, rice, miso soup, and a helping of chicken, salmon, or steak teriyaki ($9.95).
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    1682 Clarkson Rd
    Chesterfield, MO US
  • Emperor's Palace
    Outside, flames blaze within a set of stone cauldrons atop towering tripods. The vessels, known as dings, have been symbols of power in China since ancient times, when dynasties ruled the empire—making them a fitting façade for the Emperor’s Palace. Within the restaurant’s high ceilings, a dining room takes inspiration from the Suzhou Botanical Gardens, with tables sitting among waterfalls, ponds connected by bridges, and an open, four-sided Chinese-style pagoda with red and gold accents and pointed eaves. Amid the traditional Chinese décor, aromas of sizzling meats and piquant sauces waft from an open kitchen, where chefs perform as they sear, broil, and stir-fry more than 200 dishes in full view of patrons. They craft traditional and American-Chinese dishes such as roasted peking duck and walnut shrimp, American-style charbroiled steak, sushi, and Korean-style kimchi. Contributing to the restaurant's international focus, seafood dishes incorporate such ingredients as New Zealand blue mussels and Alaskan crab legs complete with miniature snowshoes.
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    17360 Chesterfield Airport Rd.
    Chesterfield, MO US
  • Sushi House
    A little piece of Japan has found an American home in the sleek dining room at Sushi House. The menu reflects locations both near and far, whether diners select the Yokohama roll, celebrating Japan's second largest city with scallops, masago, and eel sauce, or the pickled tuna and wasabi-coated arch of the St. Louis. The chefs go beyond fresh sushi with other classic Japanese offerings such as pork yaki udon, donburi, and any number of bento boxes. After dark, guests can follow up their dinner with a frosty beer and a vocal spin on the karaoke machine.
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    17253 Chesterfield Airport Road
    Chesterfield, MO US

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