Narita's lunch and dinner menus offer a vast array of classic Japanese cuisine. Snag an appetizing catch with chopstick lures, and nosh on dinner entrees such as the Hibachi jumbo shrimp ($14), served with steamed or fried rice, sautéed vegetables, and a soup or salad, or the popular pork ramen ($12). Prime palates for a delectable dining experience that doesn’t take place in deranged dada dream worlds, with appetizers such as the rock shrimp ($6) or crispy soft shell crab ($7.50). After starting off the day by downing an egg-yolk cocktail and pummeling frozen beef in a freezer, stay consistent by sampling a variety of expertly prepared raw and cooked sushi options. Opt for a delectable maki roll like the Mexico with shrimp tempura and avocado ($5.45), or fling fistfuls of Narita specialty rolls into your kisser, such as the kamikaze ($8.25), which is a tongue-tingling choice twined with eel, tuna, avocado, and spicy mayo.
Sushi on the Rocks pleases the palates, eyes, and ears of patrons with fresh Japanese fare, refreshing libations, and live jazz tunes. Owner John J. Lee crafts nearly 80 nigiri and maki options that range from sweet fresh fruit sushi to elaborate specialty rolls, such as the spicy tuna, tempura shrimp, and asparagus bundled into the Playboy roll. Entrees include grilled chicken drenched in teriyaki sauce, teriyaki steak or chicken options, and new specialty rolls such as the Mexican roll with shrimp tempura, and mixed crab, which is topped with spicy tuna, avocado, and mango. Thirst-quenching hot sake can warm chilled throats and the hearts of fish-loving misers, while more than 10 varieties of wines spare diners the arduous task of juicing their own raisins. Melodies swim through the elegant dining room Thursday and Saturday evenings, tickling eardrums with the sounds of jazz.
Blues and reds fill the dining-room walls at Tokyo House Japanese Restaurant, which features a menu of Japanese favorites, including nigiri and maki sushi, many types of noodle dishes, and hibachi entrees. Diners can watch the chefs at work at a sushi bar as they craft special rolls such as the Scary Jerry with mild or spicy yellowtail, tuna, and salmon on top of a crunchy roll with scallop.
No need to wait in the velvet rope line for this club. Sushi Club is the hottest place in town for authentic sushi dishes. Though the atmosphere is cozy and quaint, the flavors are wildly fun. Guests often come with family for a birthday or other celebratory dining experience, and Sushi Club encourages first-time and repeat diners. Classic staples like Miso Soup and Edamame can be found at Sushi Club, along with savory Calamari and Crab Rangoon. Patrons will find their inner voice with the Broadway roll, comprising of crab meat, avocado, spicy tuna and tobiko. Diners go crazy for the Out of Control roll, with spicy tuna, avocado, kani and fish egg topped with eel and scallion. Guests will find fresh selections when the restaurant is open during select hours six days a week.
Think you know all there is to know about sushi? Come to Naked Tchopstix for their infamous “Playboy Roll”—a specialty sushi roll with spicy tuna, shrimp tempura, asparagus, and tempura ships. It comes to your table wrapped in aluminum foil…and then it’s set on fire. Don’t be surprised to see small fires going out all over the restaurant, as the Playboy Roll is one of the favorites here. Naked Tchopstix does much more than sushi, though. As a “Pan-Asian restaurant,” it serves specialties from China, Japan, Thailand, and Korea (the Dolsot Bibimbap is another popular selection). The sashimi is flown in fresh from Hawaii. The full bar also serves imported beers, top-shelf sakes, and a wide range of Asian-inspired cocktails.
Experience the real taste of Japanese cuisine with the incredible display of skill and mastery of the teppanyaki chefs at Benihana. The food is always fresh and beautifully-arranged, but what’s even more – you don’t just get a meal there, you get a full-blown dinner show! The seasoned chefs entertain and delight customers as they prepare your meal on a steel grill right in front of your eyes. The authentic Japanese farmhouse interior is modern and minimalistic while conveying a feel of a simpler time – the ideal ambiance for enjoying smooth, fresh and incredibly delicious selections of sashimi, sushi and other Asian-style dishes. Everything that’s served at Benihana bears the mark of the infamous uncompromising quality.