Domo is a Japanese sushi bar that also serves pan-Asian dishes. Diners can enjoy traditional Japanese creations (such as Nigiri rolls), try the Vietnamese- inspired Yoshi bowl or go for a bite of tasty Thai Curry. Despite their diverse selection, the owners of Domo say that the main ingredient in all of their dishes is love, and that's something customers will definitely be able to taste. Customer favorites include the non-sushi domo bowl and their tempura yam roll. The Asian dishes at Domo, in fact, are just as popular as their sushi! Domo is a casual restaurant, but diners can make a reservation to reduce a possible wait. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Pacific Rim fine dining, with Japanese Sushi, and an American grill: you can have a little bit of everything when you visit Kona Grill. With beautiful, upscale accommodations that are not only comfortable but semi-private, and a menu with so many options you can enjoy it again and again, Kona is truly a treasure trove of culinary wonders. Bring a date, bring your family, or just treat yourself! Kona serves lunch and dinner, and even has a "Skinny" menu for those watching their waistlines. If you're not feeling adventurous enough to try their sushi, never fear: there are soups, salads, flatbreads, and a variety of other options for every palate. Kona is an eclectic Kansas City gem.
Don't believe you can get delicious sushi in the middle of the country? Let Kokoro Maki House prove you wrong. Known for a spicy tuna roll that is, in fact, spicy, as well as fantastic ramen soup and the best shrimp tempura in the Midwest, Kokoro Maki House is full of surprises. The vibe is relaxed, the interior lacking pretense. Order at the counter and either take out or eat in. We prefer the latter option, especially for the Korean dishes. Yes, Kokoro also specializes in Korean food, and has all the typical favorites on the menu such as bibim bap. Kokoro serves both the sushi and Korean dishes with all the drama and flair they deserve. The bibim bap, for example, comes in a heated stone bowl that crisps the rice and cooks the egg to perfection, a word that can describe most of Kokori Maki House's dishes.