Japanese Restaurants in North Lauderdale

$14 for Japanese-Italian Fusion Dinner for Two at Rice & Dough ($30 Value)

Rice & Dough

Downtown Fort Lauderdale

Fusion fare features kobe meatballs, bruschetta, four season pizza, red kryptonite super rolls, and gil lobster super rolls

$30 $15

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Asian Food at Weston Sushi & Grill

Weston Sushi & Grill

Davie

Expansive menu of teriyaki dishes, stir-fried noodles, and Chinese classics, as well as more than 20 types of specialty sushi rolls

$30 $15

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Sushi Rolls for Two, or Japanese Meals with Sushi, Entrees, and Wine at Capri Sushi and Italian (Up to 51% Off)

Capri Sushi and Italian

Miami Beach

Sushi rolls pair with risottos, fresh fish, Italian pastas, and pizza

$40 $22

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Weekend Brunch with Appetizers, Sushi, and Mimosas for Two or Four at iSushi Café (Up to 59% Off)

iSushi Café

Wynwood

Dig into a choice of appetizers and fresh sushi rolls for a unique brunch experience, paired with mimosas

$74 $35

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$25 for $40 Worth of Thai Food and Sushi at Red Koi Thai & Sushi Lounge

Red Koi Thai & Sushi Lounge

Coral Gables Section

Sushi rolls, steak teriyaki, and curry crafted by a Bangkok native and served amid Japanese paintings, and a DJ on weekends

$40 $25

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Two Lunchbox Meals or $24 for $45 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Dinner at Ebisu Japanese Restaurant

Ebisu Japanese Restaurant

PGA National Shops on the Green

Chefs slice and grill hearty beef, fish, and chicken dishes as well as roll 53 types of sushi to pair with a diverse selection of sake

$25 $13

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Asian-Fusion Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four or Takeout at Asian Fin Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Asian Fin Restaurant

Palm Beach Gardens

Chefs pair Asian-fusion plates with imported sake and green teas, all served in a bold dining room with a flowering-tree mural

$40 $22

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Lauded by the Sun Sentinel for its “expert sushi with eye candy presentations” and its “nice medley of cuisines,” Red Ginger Asian Bistro presents several star Asian cuisines. Chinese classics such as egg drop soup, moo goo gai pan, and moo shu pork mingle on a menu with Thai fare including red-curry shrimp and thai beef salad. The staff also prepares Japanese-inspired food, curating selections from the sushi bar such as unagi sashimi, shrimp-tempura rolls, and Sexy tuna rolls packed with white tuna, cucumber, asparagus, and the power to make people stare at them with mouths agape. Even drinks from the bar run the geographic gamut, from hot and cold sake to lychee martinis and Asian, European, and North American beers.

9710 W Sample Rd
Coral Springs,
FL
US

Chef Yozo Natsui's training in his native Japan, combined with more than 15 years of experience behind the stove, helped earn Bluefin Sushi & Thai Grill the distinction of Best Sushi, 2010 in the Sun Sentinel's Best of South Florida series. Inside a sleek dining room, servers transport fresh slices of fatty tuna and hand rolls from the sushi bar, where Yozo and his cadre of chefs carefully assemble edible cylinders lined with fresh seafood and cool vegetables. They accompany their platters of seared-steak teriyaki with soup or salad, and envelop medleys of vegetables in tempura batter before exposing them to a deep fryer—which is hotter and more philosophically profound than a bourgeois fryer. Servers pour an extensive selection of cold, hot, and flavored sake alongside various wines, imported Asian beers, and Thai iced tea.

6694 Parkside Dr
Parkland,
FL
US

Fresh seafood parades on either side of the glass of Galanga Thai Kitchen and Sushi Bar's expansive aquarium. As decorative foliage casts dappled shadows atop the bustling bar, sushi chefs keep one eye on the tank and one eye on their 23 inventive sushi rolls. In the kitchen, the chefs also flip flame-kissed steaks and whip together Thai specialties that include drunk noodles and panang curry. Sips of wine, sake, or imported beer augment each bite, and decadent desserts provide mealtime sendoffs in the form of deep-fried cheesecake, chocolate mousse, and green-tea ice cream steeped by an abominable snowman.

2389 Wilton Dr.
Wilton Manors,
FL
US

Asia Bay serves the "best sushi in this town," according to actor Alec Baldwin, who tweeted his recommendation while in Fort Lauderdale to film Rock of Ages, according to pbpulse. The man behind this A-list-worthy cuisine is executive chef and co-owner Peter Hepp, who according to Miami New Times "is hip to the aesthetic of clean lines, vivid colors, and brightly delineated flavors." Hepp's chefs drizzle the menu's more than 60 sushi and sashimi plates with colorful sauces as carefully as painters adorn canvas, yielding dishes that are as nice to look at as they are to eat. The 50-seat dining room operates under a similarly modern theme, with large picture windows, white leather chairs, and curved-back banquettes which Social Miami calls "minimalist-chic."

Outside, a patio held up by stilts lifts diners above the rippling waves of the Tarpon River, helping garner Asia Bay an OpenTable Diners' Choice Award for Best Outdoor Dining. Here the decor invites relaxation with large parasols, old-fashioned street lamps, and seagulls who will give backrubs for fresh-cut sashimi.

1109 East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

A 1,200-gallon aquarium greets diners as soon as they enter Tokyo Blue, an upscale Pan-Asian restaurant located inside the Ocean Manor. Situated on 200 feet of private beach, this elegant eatery features modern flourishes such as glowing glass columns, glossy blue floors, and a full bar illuminated by blue lights. Once the clock strikes 10:30 p.m., a DJ helps transform this chic space into a hopping nightclub, where patrons can refuel with a late-night menu or journey onto a second-story patio ideal for basking in the ocean air and high-fiving the occasional flying fish.

Against this trendy backdrop, Chef Mai—who earned his cooking chops at the popular Miami restaurant Nobu—simmers tenderloin in green curry, drizzles shichimi butter on baked Maine lobster, and pan-sears Chilean sea bass in 25-year aged balsamic and teriyaki sauce. Meanwhile, sushi chef Jo skillfully assembles 30 specialty rolls, including classics such as the California roll as well as eclectic mash-ups such as the Mexican roll with shrimp tempura, avocado, spicy mayo, cream cheese, and sesame seeds.

4040 Galt Ocean Dr
Ft Lauderdale,
FL
US

The Sushi Rock Café in Fort Lauderdale has some of the freshest, most well-put-together sushi in town. In addition to being tasty-fresh, Sushi Rock’s sushi is also very well-presented, pleasing to the eyes as well as the palate. All time favorites include some radical dishes like the Red Hot Chili Pepper roll and the Big Bopper. As you may have noticed, almost all of their fantastic sushi is named after iconic rock bands, which really gives the establishment character. This die-hard rock fan identity is further enhanced by the amazing rock memorabilia adorning their walls. If you’re looking for high-energy fun and some good sushi to go with it, look no further.

1515 E Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US