Diners who enjoy a variety of Chinese dishes will find all the right flavors at Hong Kong Buffet's buffet.
Low-fat, gluten-free and anything else you've been looking for waits here.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Hong Kong Buffet's tasty dishes at your next party.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at Hong Kong Buffet, they are making dreams come true.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Hong Kong Buffet serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Dishes as vibrant and diverse as the UN’s annual Mardi Gras celebration deck the tabletops at Kogen’s, the seventh Asian-influenced eatery borne from the Mark Pi restaurant group. Drawing inspiration from Japanese street food, Chinese dry-food markets, and upscale American cuisine, the chefs craft an artful and varied menu that embodies both traditional favorites and experimental creations. Here, helpings of pad thai and hunan chicken share real estate with kung pao lo mein and sashimi platters. The signature sushi rolls dabble in a range of flavors, for example, the Margarita roll combines spicy tuna with avocado, lime, and wasabi mayo, and the Fire Dragon roll sets tongues ablaze with tempura shrimp, spicy tuna, spicy mayo, and sriracha sauce.
Praised by Columbus Dispatch for its elegant minimalism and the value of its rolls, Tokyo's Sushi rolls fresh catches inside tasty cylinders of rice with an eye to polished presentation. Dining tandems can play Marco Polo with their chopsticks as they navigate a crunchy seaweed salad sprinkled with sesame dressing, prepping palates for the onslaught of specialty rolls to come. The rainbow roll displays a prismatic synthesis of crabmeat salad and avocado topped with tuna, salmon, and shrimp, whereas the Star roll pairs peppered tuna, caviar, spicy mayo, and crisp tempura flakes in time for a midmeal crunch competition. After diving fang first into deep-fried shrimp-tempura and spicy-tuna rolls, a four-piece sushi assortment puts a cap to the fresh-fish feast, inviting dining duos to split them equally or divide them according to who has the most mouths.
Aromas of searing meats and vegetables waft from fiery hibachi grills inside Tanuki Japanese Steakhouse Sushi & Bar. Chefs dexterously slice pieces of calamari, chicken, and new york strip steak atop the grills' scorching surfaces, creating bite-sized servings for diners. Behind the sushi bar, other chefs devote themselves to rapidly assembling layered nigiri and carefully rolled maki. Besides traditional rolls, they also experiment by incorporating such flavorful ingredients as chicken tempura, sweet chili sauce, and jalape?os into their special rolls.
Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi's well-traveled owners, Mel and Barb Ayers, unite the culinary artistry of Japan with chefs selected from around America for their talents and showmanship. The result—set in a convivial restaurant with an outdoor patio and tableside hibachi grills—draws a bridge between the artistic elegance of Japanese cuisine and the family-friendly atmosphere of an American steakhouse. Meats sizzle on hibachi grills as chefs perform knife and spatula tricks for dazzled onlookers, who must refrain from leaning in too close lest a tower of onions suddenly catches fire. The spectacular dance of flames results in entrees of filet mignon, sea scallops, and lobster tails, all of which pair nicely with sushi such as a crab-filled california roll or a Volcano roll drizzled with fresh magma.
Featuring fresh fish and vegetables, Sapporo Sushi Factory's sushi will keep you wanting more.
Chow down on innovative, vegan meal options at Sapporo Sushi Factory.
Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from Sapporo Sushi Factory's full bar.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Sapporo Sushi Factory won't cost you a sitter.
Folks tend to dress down at Sapporo Sushi Factory, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the sushi spot.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
For the tastes of Sapporo Sushi Factory from the comfort of your next party, the sushi spot also offers catering services.
Parking is plentiful — there is a nearby lot and garage made available to diners.
Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.