Kenzo Sushi Bistro's crafty culinary mariners serve up a fresh, creative menu culled and rolled from the fruits of the sea and much more. Commence the noshery with a hot appetizer such as the succulent scallop butteryaki ($9) or the well-behaved seven-spice calamari ($9), and cool off your tongue with cold starters such as fresh salmon ceviche ($9). Seafarers can sample the cougar roll, a zesty fusion of spicy tuna, cucumber, avocado, and ponzu sauce, or up their bandwidth with a colorful collection of seaweed tubes such as sushi combo A ($16), which includes a luscious LAN party of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and more. Stop by during lunch hour for Kenzo's bento boxes, which pack a wallet-friendly wallop of a veggie roll, gyozo, four-piece California roll, steamed rice, and your choice of entree ($7–$8).
For fresh maki, Katy's Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar has got you covered.
If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar.
Complement your meal with a beer or wine from Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar's delightful drink menu.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar with its kid-friendly fare.
At Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated.
Wifi access is totally free at Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working.
Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar, known for its laid-back ambience.
Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar to create the perfect night.
Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar also offers delivery and take-out options for those who want to make it a night in.
Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar's diners can park in a neighboring lot just seconds away.
Meals at Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar usually set you back about $30 per diner.
Nagoya Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
For fresh maki, Katy's Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen has got you covered.
Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen features a wide variety of flavorful low-fat and gluten-free eats.
Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question.
Take the kids along too — Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love.
Your group can sit comfortably at Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen, a local restaurant.
No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen — it's strictly casual.
The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen to your next party or event.
You can also grab your grub to go.
At Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen provides ample space for bikers to store their bikes.
Prices at Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen accepts major credit cards, including Discovery and AMEX.
Head on over to Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Sushi Hana Japanese Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Leaping flames illuminate hibachi chefs' faces as they sear steak, chicken, and seafood in the kitchen of Nikko Sushi & Steak, a Houston eatery whose menu centers on the triad of sushi, steak, and sake. Signature house rolls, such as the spicy baked crawfish roll topped with crabstick, complement sashimi and udon noodles in clear broth. Meats such as tender rib eye and new york strip steak give the menu an American twist without printing it on the Liberty Bell. While they await their dinners, diners cozy up in plush red booths curtained for privacy, sit at traditional tables, or pull up stools to the bar illuminated by hanging lights evocative of traditional paper lanterns.
Three-sided tables house massive hot griddles at Koby Japanese Steakhouse, where chefs deftly dance with blades and flames to transform food preparation into a show. During dinner, they dice meats, juggle knives, and drum rhythms against the tabletops. They sculpt fried rice into massive hearts before slicing portions off and delivering them to guests’ waiting plates. For the finale, they prepare different proteins—from chicken to lobster—in signature sauces before they disappear in puffs of steam from their freshly cleaned griddles.
Taisho is so serious about hibachi and teppanyaki that they have an entire room devoted to it: in the Hibachi Room, chefs sear meats and veggies on specialized tabletop grills, flipping them theatrically onto a cushion of rice, in turn located on guests' plates. Their performances are not limited to the Hibachi Room though, as they can also pull tableside grills up to the main dining room's semi-private circular booths. In either space, they let guests choose to have their teppanyaki plates bulked up with a diverse selection of meats and seafood, including teriyaki chicken, sirloin, gulf shrimp, or scallops.
The chef's specialty entrees include sashimi-grade tuna steak with an apple-olive sauce and macadamia chicken sweetened with pineapple, combining more flavors than Manhattan combines people of different walks of life who all hate hailing cabs. Beyond the flames shooting up from the grills, the ambience on Friday and Saturday evenings is set by a rotating lineup of musicians that create soothing background sounds.