For an upscale twist on the sushi you know, you’ll want to stop by this Japanese restaurant. Come by at Happy Hour and take a seat at the sushi bar, because it’s the best place to see for yourself the original creations being made. Start your meal with the Machi Cure, which come complete with smoked baby yellowtail, yucca crisp, Marcona almonds, Asian pear and garlic brittle, for this sushi house’s take on traditional nachos. When you’re done, don’t forget to try a couple of house specialty makimono. The Zero Sen roll combines yellowtail, avocado, shallot, cilantro, tobiko and yuzu for a uniquely fresh and exciting flavor. With so many delicious options, remember to bring your appetite.
Houstonites rave about Nippon's pork ramen, a heady mix of al dente noodles, bamboo shoots, seaweed, sprouts, and egg in miso broth. Still, it's the unknown that draws many a guest to the decades-old establishment. The Houston Press reports that requesting the Japanese menu is a surefire way to surprise your palate with exotic, tapas-style plates.
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Through the power of seaweed, sushi compartmentalizes your food into neat, bite-sized spare tires that rejuvenate deflated stomachs. Have sortabreakfast for dinner with a futomaki roll filled with egg, shittake, dried cod, and gourd ($6), or embrace the raw, unmitigated encounter between humankind and fishkind with a ko-haku roll of Texas blue crab, avocado, tuna, and jalapeño ($15). Or keep your seameat affair superficial with a decadent salmon-skin roll with radish sprouts, pickled burdock, and cucumber ($6). Sushi Raku also serves a variety of heat-applied cuisine, sporting with flair northern Japanese robata grill fare. Nab skewers loaded with weighty delectables such as Kobe beef and yuzu pepper ($13.50) or rib eye and wasabi ($7) and enjoy them blackened over a simmering hearth.