At Mikado, it doesn't matter if you know exactly what kind of sushi or sashimi you'd like. The Asian bistro's menu features more than 80 specialty dishes along with a unique create-your-own option. Just tell your server or one of the expert sushi chefs what you'd like, and they'll do everything they can to craft a satisfying?and likely quite stylish?dish. Mikado can accommodate such diverse tastes thanks to its broad focus; along with traditional Japanese cuisine, the restaurant specializes in Thai food and other flavors from across Asia. The dining room is as welcoming as the menu, with comfortable lounge seating where guests can relax and take their time figuring out what these "chopsticks" are all about.
For fresh maki, Rocky Hill's Asahi Japanese Restaurant has got you covered.
The gluten-free and low-fat fare at Asahi Japanese Restaurant will leave you happy and full.
Unwind with a glass of wine or cocktail with your meal — Asahi Japanese Restaurant has a wonderful selection of drinks to accompany your dinner.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Asahi Japanese Restaurant won't cost you a sitter.
For convenience, inexpensive wifi is readily available.
Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code.
Or, take your grub to go.
Asahi Japanese Restaurant prides itself in its delicious catering.
Score free parking at the lot adjacent to Asahi Japanese Restaurant.
Asahi Japanese Restaurant's diners can store their bikes safely at the rack around the corner.
Asahi Japanese Restaurant is creating dishes any foodie will love at around $30.
The menus at Sakimura's two locations change regularly in order to incorporate the freshest seasonal ingredients and the chefs’ newest culinary muses. The Simsbury location is known to intermingle traditional Japanese flavors with contemporary flourishes, with specials taking forms such as foie gras with sweet miso sauce. Both locales’ sushi chefs also invent their own creative rolls, such as a deep-fried Godzilla roll and an Out of Control roll filled with shrimp tempura and topped with seared pepper tuna.
Diners seeking a hot dinner can gather around hibachi grills and watch as chefs sear their choice of shrimp, chicken, scallops, filet mignon, or any number of other gourmet ingredients. The hibachi rooms' smokeless grills and modern yet warm decor combine to create a pleasant dining experience.
For fresh maki, Berlin's East Tokyo Restaurant has got you covered.
Low-fat alternatives are not available, however, so make sure your waistband has some wiggle room.
Your large group can all sit together at East Tokyo Restaurant.
Make a reservation to ensure your table is ready when you are.
Dress up for your night on the town so you can feel great while you eat great.
Delivery and take out are both available if you prefer to eat in the comfort of your own home.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — East Tokyo Restaurant offers catering.
Score free parking at the lot adjacent to East Tokyo Restaurant.
You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at East Tokyo Restaurant, so plan your budget accordingly.
Ginza's menu fuses classic Japanese dishes with contemporary adaptations, earning its Bloomfield location second place for Best Japanese Restaurant in the 2011 Hartford Advocate Readers' Poll. A sushi dinner arrives tableside with an assortment of nine sushi pieces around either a tuna roll or a california roll ($20), and the french dragon lights up the night with smoked eel and avocado atop nori-wrapped shrimp tempura ($15). At the Ginza's Bloomfield location, chefs man hibachi stations to cook up grilled chicken ($17), steak and scallops ($22), and lobster tail ($29) fresh, and made-to-order. Other fusion-inspired eats include sake-marinated short ribs accompanied by Holland leeks, wild mushrooms, baby carrots, and red-wine demi glaze ($18), and the miso-broiled Atlantic salmon with baby bok choy and Peruvian corn bathing in miso as well as a sweet and spicy yet vulnerable sauce ($20).
Patrons shouldn't be fooled by the sleek white and grey exterior of Sakura Garden?there's plenty of color inside. Through the doors, blossoming pink cherry trees mark a path to the dining room, where a sea-blue glass ceiling hints at the variety of oceanic fare served up at the all-you-can eat buffet. Here, wall-mounted fish provide pairing suggestions as diners dish up hot items such as steamed snow crab legs and teriyaki salmon, as well as cold options such as shrimp cocktails. Seafood also reigns supreme at the sushi bar, where chefs slice sashimi and create rolls fresh to order. After guests have filled their plates, they continue on to the softly-lit dining room, where red lights cast a glow on murals depicting misty, pastoral vistas.
A full bar offers Japanese beer and a selection of sake, and a private room is available for events and special occasions. The buffet is closed from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and happy hour runs from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.