Sushi Cafe owner Dae Woo calls upon nearly two decades of restaurant experience in Asia to cultivate a chopstick-friendly menu bursting with sushi rolls, tempura delicacies, and traditional Japanese dinner entrees. Artful arrangements of sushi decorate the restaurant’s bar, and steamy bowls of miso and udon soups obscure the view across booths nestled between wooden screens. Chopsticks clash over thick cuts of sashimi that await the winners on soft beds of rice, and thin slices of beef doused in korean sweet sauce represent the Asian mainland. As if to show off their culinary prowess, the expert sushi chefs dare diners to customize their own rolls and fearlessly dive headfirst into deep fryers to retrieve tempura vegetables.
Amid hanging parasols and Japanese art, Sushi Zone chef and owner Koji Aoki crafts classic sushi that's earned praise from the press for more than 10 years. Fort Worth Weekly commended signature rolls whose ingredients "make yummy sense" rather than trying for "flashy experiments." Chefs wrap these behind the glossy black sushi bar, where guests' chopsticks also nab just-sliced sashimi and hot appetizers such as baked green mussels.
Aiyoku Steak Sushi & Bar serves a full line of sushi rolls, including everyone’s favorites and a few of their own creation, such as the crazy boy roll. The restaurant and bar are located in Arlington, Texas and have a very upscale, energetic vibe. On Friday and Saturday nights, they have karaoke, drink specials and a few pool tables. Customers agree that the service is always friendly and efficient. The albacore and yellowtail sashimi are very tasty and fairly priced, along with the miso soup. The crispy calamari is a delicious appetizer or could even be eaten as a main dish. The restaurant is spacious, very clean and there’s usually plenty of seating. During lunch you can find specials like a bento box for only $7. Happy hour offers some great discounts on your favorite beer ($5 pitchers of beer) or cocktail and there are numerous domestic beers on tap. Be sure to try the crabmeat dynamite roll next time you visit Aiyoku Steak Sushi & Bar.
Located in Arlington, Texas, Ninja Sushi and Grill serves quality Japanese food in an upscale atmosphere. They have a buffet with a wide array of foods from miso soup, chicken teriyaki, and hibachi shrimp to salads and desserts. They also have a regular menu with a full line of sushi items and specialty Ninja rolls. They’re open every day, and serve lunch Monday thru Friday. During lunch time, the buffet is discounted. Desserts include chocolate fondue, green tea ice cream, cheesecake, and tempura fried ice cream, among others. The restaurant is known for unique menu items such as Japanese squid salad and sweet potato tempura. They serve a long list of sushi rolls containing delicious seafood, vegetables, fruits and rice.
Tired of barbecue and burgers? Why not change it up a bit and try something that is as far from your standard Texan fare as is physically (and gustatorily) possible? Visit Sushi Domo for the best sushi and traditional Japanese cuisine that Arlington has to offer. Sushi Domo serves a wide variety of nigiri, sashimi, and fresh fish rolls that will entertain the taste buds of even the most jaded of sushi fans. Sushi Domo is located across from MCA Hospital and is a convenient place for a quick snack or a leisurely dinner. Visit the far east without leaving Texas. Visit Sushi Domo today.
Grab a bite at Irving's Zushi Wok and Grill. Plan to indulge a bit at Zushi Wok and Grill, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare.
Take it nice and easy at Zushi Wok and Grill, where casual dress is the rule of the day. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the patrons at your next shindig.
Thrifty diners will love the reasonable prices here as well, with a meal usually costing less than $15. All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.