Japanese Restaurants in Greece

Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Plum House (Up to 50% Off)

Plum House

Monroe Avenue

Japanese noodles, teriyaki dishes, and specialty sushi rolls fill tables in softly lit eatery with hanging paper lamps and 16-year history

$30 $19

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Sushi and Hibachi Food and Drinks at Shogun Palace (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Shogun Palace


Hibachi chefs flip utensils to grill meats and seafood and style-sushi chefs prep artful rolls.

$30 $14

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$16 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Hibachi Cuisine at Sogo Japanese Steakhouse

Sogo Japanese Steakhouse


Cooked and raw signature maki rolls and hibachi classics served in a modernly designed steak house; entertaining teppanyaki experience

$30 $16

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$18 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Chinese Food at Sakura Garden

Sakura Garden


Classic or specialty sushi rolls and Chinese entrees served with Asian beers and sake

$40 $18

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Hibachi Food and Drinks at Shogun Buffalo (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Shogun Buffalo


Hibachi chefs entertain tables as they craft seafood, steak, and chicken on sizzling-hot table grills

$20 $11

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Six-Course Meal for Two or Four at Taki Japanese Restaurant (Up to 56% Off)

Taki Japanese Restaurant

Niagara Falls

Chefs prepare pork gyoza and shrimp shumai appetizers, raw and tempura sushi, teriyaki-style chicken or salmon, and desserts

C$60.90 C$29

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Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Asahi Japanese Restaurant (53% Off)

Asahi Japanese Restaurant


Sushi and other Japanese cuisine served on a conveyor belt

$30 $15

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Soup, Salad, Sushi and Sashimi, Entrees, Ice Cream, and Sake for Two or Four at Sagano Japanese(Up to 52% Off)

Sagano Japanese

Sagano Rooftop Japanese Dining

Modern and traditional Japanese design come together in rooftop restaurant featuring light, crisp tempura, fresh sushi, and gourmet desserts

C$140 C$69

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$72 for a Five-Course Tasting Menu for Two at EDO ($128 Value)


Hilton-Markham Suites

Experience the taste, texture, and balance of lobster, sushi, U.S. Kobe beef, and other Japanese delicacies during a five-course meal

C$128 C$72

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$14 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or More at Sushi Kai

Sushi Kai

Midtown Toronto

Skilled chefs roll 25 types of maki and stir up classic offerings of Japanese curry, teriyaki-slathered entrees, and vegetarian dishes

C$40 C$14

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$12.50 for $25 Worth of Asian Cuisine and Drinks at Sushi & Thai

Sushi & Thai


Spicy Thai-style curries, stir-fried seafood dishes, and 30 varieties of sushi and sashimi served amid orchids and red, geometric accents

C$25 C$12.50

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$8 for Asian at Teriyaki Experience (Up to $18.74 Value)

Teriyaki Experience

Eglinton Square

Quick-serve teriyaki rice dishes topped with chicken, beef, shrimp, or tofu. Served with fresh vegetables and white or brown rice

C$18.74 C$8

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$23 for Three-Course Dinner for Two at Takara Bune Japanese Restaurant ($55.70 Value)

Takara Bune Japanese Restaurant

Pleasant View

Enjoy grilled fresh Atlantic salmon, veggie tempura, or barbecue eel teriyaki along with appetizers and ice cream

C$55.70 C$23

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California Rollin's crew of nimble-fingered sushi slingers prepare fresh sushi rolls and 70 cooked comestibles to populate an extensive Americanized menu. Raw delicacies include the hamachi maki, which corrals lemon-kissed yellowtail and scallions, and the cooked Cinema roll, whose shrimp and avocado add a cool complement to the tangy crunch of onion rings. The Leviathan roll ensconces bites of eel and cucumber inside another rolled layer of tempura shrimp and seaweed salad. Patrons can accompany each meal with with unique dessert rolls such as the tempura-cheesecake roll with a fried Oreo and draughts of hot sake, the traditional Japanese beverage made from fermented rice.

274 Goodman St. N, Ste. B123

Sakura Home Japanese Restaurant serves up a variety of specialty sashimi and sushi rolls such as Toro, which is comprised of tuna belly fat and uni. Guests further experience a Japanese dining tradition in the restaurant's tatami room, where they sit atop plush cushions on the floor and eat at low-resting tables. But the restaurant isn't entirely chair-free?a private hibachi room seats diners around a table with an inset grill, where skilled chefs make a show of slicing and sizzling steak, lobster, and vegetables. Out in the main dining room, sushi makers also put their skills on display while crafting specialty rolls with ingredients such as tuna and honey mayo.

2775 Monroe Avenue

Revamped by new owner Mark Teng in 2004, Plum House stays true to its traditional culinary focus, serving Asian dishes in a dining room with suspended paper lamps that hang above tableside foliage. Chefs slice through white tuna, snow crab, and fatty salmon, fashion specialty rolls with names such as Blossom and Tarantula, and pour teriyaki sauce over chicken and seafood. Combination lunch boxes provide ample servings of teriyaki or tempura fare in a format that has proven timeless, unlike Mercury Rising–branded lunch boxes.

686 Monroe Ave.

Flavorful hibachi steak, teriyaki red snapper, and vegetable-laden bowls of udon noodles abound at Blue Ocean, but the crown jewel of its menu is the extensive selection of sushi. Diners in a comfortable, unpretentious atmosphere, use chopsticks whittled from golden trees to pick up these elaborate rolls, which revel in rich flavors and even richer culinary traditions. The Blue Ocean roll, for example, features tuna, salmon, yellowtail, crabmeat, and cucumber topped with avocado and vibrantly colored roe. So whether it hails from land or sea, each entree is a celebration of Japanese cuisine and fresh ingredients.

3641 Dewey Avenue

Diners fade into soft focus through the steam rising from hot-pot dishes, which simmer in iron or clay cauldrons atop tables. The warm vapor hints at slices of beef, crabmeat, and deep-fried shrimp, and the table-top preparation slows meals to a pleasant crawl and draws patrons together. Nearby, clattering blades and spatulas orbit chefs at hibachi grills, where steak, salmon, and lemon-doused lobster crackle against the hot surface. At the sushi bar, nimble cooks twist rolls, slip knives through sashimi, and wrap sheets of seaweed around fish that still have their watches set to Atlantis time.

2930 W Henrietta Rd

Japanese culinary traditions inspire each of the chefs' creations at Osaka Sushi. The selection of 28 maki rolls includes eight house specials that distinguish themselves by the flavorful ingredients at their cores, such as crispy salmon, shiitake mushroom, and dry melon. Although slices of sashimi emphasize clean, simple flavors, cooked dishes such as deep-fried gyoza dumplings, grilled mackerel, and fried rice with barbecued eel incorporate heartier flavor profiles, providing a more filling diet than a bag of whole jawbreakers.

3240 Chili Ave