Formosa Garden is a favorite Chinese restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. The decor is beautifully done in traditional Asian style, which is part of the diners' memorable experience. For three consecutive years it has been recognized for being the top Chinese restaurant in the area. Customers have the option to enjoy a Hibachi dining experience or have regular seating in a separate dining area. The Hibachi chefs are said to be talented and fun and staff said to be friendly. Formosa Garden is also known to have great sushi that is fresh and well presented. Some of their specialties on the hot menu include the Formosa Island Duck, Sauteed Lamb Hunan Style, and Fermosa Shrimp. If you're looking for a great Chinese restaurant with delicious food and plenty of variety, head to Fermosa Garden!
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse has locations all across the U.S. serving up delicious sushi, teppanyaki and other Japanese cuisine. They are most famous for their Kobe-style beef, which is renowned for its complex flavors and buttery texture. Each location offers a spacious, lively atmosphere with skilled chefs prepare your food on a grill at your table. In addition to the standard Japanese fare, Kobe’s serves hibachi rib-eye and shrimp, along with rosemary tilapia, dynamite salmon, teriyaki scallops and imperial chateaubriand, just to name a few. Most locations do serve cocktails, wines and beer and have happy hour specials. The fun, upbeat atmosphere makes Kobe’s a great place to take a date or celebrate a big life-event. The San Antonio restaurant is located at 1007 NW Loop 410.
Young Sun continued his family's tradition of owning a restaurant when he moved to the U.S. Spending most of his time in his mother’s restaurant, Sun learned a lot about what kind of restaurant worked. That’s why when opening Sushi Express, the environment was relaxing and geared towards making diners feel comfortable and relaxed. While the ambiance is a big draw with Sushi Express, it is only outdone by the food. They have a great selection of choices like soups, salads, bento boxes for the healthy eater and, of course, the fantastic sushi! They have a kids menu too, plenty of great beverages to choose from (including an impressive beer, wine and sake list) and some great dessert options to finish off your visit to Young Sun’s Sushi Express!
Hailed as “the best sushi in San Antonio”, Koi Kawa is the place to go. However, sushi is not the only option at Koi Kawa. They also serve sashimi, various entrees of tempura and teriyaki, and there are several a la carte choices. The specialty sushi is colorful, fresh, innovative, and delicious. Their sushi is traditionally presented by the type of fish—of which they have plenty to offer: blue fin tuna, smoked salmon, octopus, squid, snow crab, and eel—among many others. You can even try classic egg options with their sushi omelet and quail eggs! And, for the brave among you, if you have been waiting for the opportunity to try sea urchin, then have dinner tonight over at Koi Kawa. This is your chance.
If sushi is your passion then Yummi Sushi Japanese Restaurant is soon to become your Graceland. With dishes like the Yummi Sushi Boat (barbecue beef roll; tuna, salmon, yellowtail, eel, and crab sashimi; tuna, white fish, salmon, and yellowtail sashimi; karaage and shrimp tempura), Yummi Sushi distinguishes itself from the pack. If Asian cuisine in general is your passion then Yummi Sushi is soon to become your Mecca. Try their Curry Chicken for a truly unique experience that can’t be had anywhere else on this side of the Pacific. Try Yummi Sushi Japanese Restaurant today – you won’t be sorry.
At Hon Machi Sushi & Teppanyaki, the chefs take center stage to entertain every sense as they fashion culinary works of art. Whether they're on the sidelines putting together specialty hand rolls at the sushi bar or searing combinations of steak, lobster, and chicken at tableside grills, half of the experience is watching chefs create the tasty meals. Deep-red walls surround the eight-seat teppanyaki stations that encourage guests to chat with fellow diners and let them know if they have rice in their beards.