Doma provides a superb Japanese dining experience with cuisine presented in a contemporary setting and placement. Each dish arrives in a beautiful plated arrangement; however, the ambiance enhances the experience with cool and calm lighting in a sleek hue. Guests come to Doma for lunch, dinner or takeout and enjoy a variety of exquisite tastes. Edamame is made more interesting with a spicy garlic touch, and calamari is taken to a new level in the Tempura Calamari Salad. Visitors in the mood for a full dinner can soothe their hunger pangs with the Doma Dinner Bento box. Reviewed by several local publications, Doma’s chefs have proved their great cuisine again and again. Doma is open six days a week, and reservations are accepted.
Experience Korean food like never before at International Smokeless BBQ. With tables specially imported from Japan, you'll get the ultimate Korean BBQ dining experience without the smell of smoke stuck to you until your next shower. It's the perfect spot for an entertaining first date or fun meal with friends. Families - don't miss out! Kids will love cooking their own food right at the table. Make sure to bring your appetite with you - a popular menu item is their all you can eat BBQ buffet and hot pot.
At Wild Wasabi, diners delve into bountiful rice bowls and sample dozens of specialty sushi fusion rolls. Scorpion rolls pile cooked shrimp atop eel and avocado, and Broadway rolls blanket tuna, cucumber, and eel in a seaweed wrap to mask their stage fright. Donburi rice bowls blend fish, meat, and veggies, and Korean bibimbop dishes top seasoned veggies and shredded beef with a sunny-side up egg.
Jasmine Restaurant?s chefs cull culinary influences from different corners of Asia: the menu catalogs Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese recipes. From the Japanese portion of the menu they prepare sushi and sashimi, crafting specialty rolls such as the Jasmine stuffed with lobster claw, avocado, cucumber, and spicy mayo. They even add a little Latin flair by preparing the Samba roll with salmon, jalape?os, and mozzarella cheese. Along with the sushi, the kitchen team plates korean barbecue short ribs, pad thai, and charbroiled lemongrass chicken to round out the Asian fusion menu. Soothing music accompanies the soft clink of forks and knives as they slice into wok-cooked filet-mignon entrees in the recently renovated modern and chic dining area. There, wooden tables sit beneath hanging lights, and beaded curtains offer a jangly threshold to another dining area, a lounge, or a parallel universe in which Japanese food is all hamburgers.
Inside Red Sombrero, diners may peruse the eatery's chalkboard menu to select a burrito or fajita platter that complements their BYOB drinks or one of the eatery’s imported Mexican sodas. Appetizers of tortilla soup and nachos fill out each hearty meal, along with desserts such as tres leches cake, churros, and flan.
At KBG, tender Korean barbecue is given a Tex-Mex presentation. Classic bulgogi, spicy pork, barbecue chicken, and house-made tofu can be packaged in a burrito or as tacos, such as the kimchi-sprinkled KBG-style trio. However, the restaurant's specialty is notably tortilla free: a rice bowl piled with meat and 11 kinds of vegetables, one for every chamber in the stomach.
Diners can also build their own bowls from the leafy greens up. A bed of romaine lettuce or red cabbage forms the foundation, followed by white, brown, or kimchi fried rice. Then it's the meat or tofu, and a cornucopia of sides and toppings, including fish cakes, pickled cucumber, and guacamole.