Japanese Restaurants in Cerritos

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2105 Westminster Mall
Westminster,
CA
US

Vases full of orange fruits reflect the bright orange booths that line the walls at Bamboo Grill & Sushi, a casual eatery that specializes in Japanese classics. In the kitchen, sushi chefs prepare traditional philly and dragon rolls along with sushi options for those who prefer cooked fish such as the baked salmon and lobster rolls. Nine healthful salads combine greens, proteins, and fruits including mango and avocado, which diners can polish off with a dish of green-tea ice cream.

12430 Seal Beach Blvd
Seal Beach,
CA
US

722 E Whittier Blvd
La Habra,
CA
US

Sushi And Japanese Cusine. Serve Live Fish On Weekend.

8285 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd
Anaheim,
CA
US

You'll detect hints of Asian spices in many of the dishes at 7 Sea Sports Bar and Grill, from the Thai Basil Cayenne that peppers the popcorn chicken to the Vietnamese barbeque sauce that glazes the Ngon Ngon burger. Aided by the skilled burger-smiths from Savori, the eatery's skilled chefs whip up Asian takes on American pub favorites and fold choice beef and fresh buns into the imaginative, Vietnamese-inspired burgers lauded by reporters from OC Weekly. The chef's Asian culinary influences shine brightest, however, in their sushi—traditional Japanese rolls made from fresh fish and crisp vegetables.

Customers lounge on cushy red banquettes out in the lively dining room, clinking glasses of lychee martinis and coconut margaritas beneath soft blue lighting. Appeasing diehard fans of sports or glowing rectangular devices, massive flat screens speckle the exposed brick walls.

12941 Main St
Garden Grove,
CA
US

Before filling up a plate at Hokkaido Seafood Buffet, take a moment to meander past the seemingly boundless rows of fresh crawfish, jumbo crab legs, and oysters, or to marvel at chefs as they toss steak and chicken on fiery teppanyaki grills. Stroll past the sushi station to admire sushi masters as they nimbly slice fresh fish and crispy vegetables into colorful specialty rolls, then saunter by simmering trays of pan-Asian specialties such as fried rice and crunchy spring rolls. The vast buffet abounds with more than 150 hot and cold items, many of which were made with seafood purchased directly from local fisherman.

Out in the spacious dining room, diners linger over last bites of creamy cheesecake and juicy strawberries in cushy booths, sipping imported beers and colorful cocktails. The bright space is decorated with nautical decor, including orange life preservers and impressionist pieces painted by local sea monkeys.

3030 Cherry Ave
Long Beach,
CA
US