In the Raw - Bricktown offers a fresh approach to traditional sushi rolls. Come prepared to feast at In the Raw - Bricktown — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. In the Raw - Bricktown also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at In the Raw - Bricktown. In the Raw - Bricktown is great for a large crowd and offers a private room for parties, celebrations or other merry gatherings. Access the internet free of charge via In the Raw - Bricktown's complimentary wifi. During the summer months, don't miss out on In the Raw - Bricktown's outdoor patio seating.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at In the Raw - Bricktown — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. Getting your food to go is also an option. The sushi spot has catering services as well.
The sushi spot is adjacent to a parking lot, where optional valet is also provided. Street parking is readily available as well.
Meals at In the Raw - Bricktown are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person. In the Raw - Bricktown accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
Long before Keo opened its doors in 2007, owners Bill & Zahidah Hyman recognized a growing trend toward healthy dining. This, combined with America's affinity for Asian flavors, spawned Keo Asian Cuisine. Fusing traditional wok cooking from Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Malaysia, skilled chefs flame-kiss tuna, yellowfin, and quail for burgers and noodle dishes before adding inventive garnishes of lemongrass and sweet oyster vinegar. Under hanging lights with Saturn-style rings, patrons can toss back a specialty cocktail on the rocks, but for the sake of the floor-to-ceiling windows, are discouraged from tossing actual rocks.
In an open dining area bathed in magenta light, Cha Time fuses Eastern and Western spices into an expansive contemporary menu. Begin a stroll through the flavor-forest with its namesake ChaTime roll ($6.95), which arranges an illicit rendezvous between steamed shrimp, tofu, and rice vermicelli noodles in a garden of vegetables inside a rice paper wrap. DIY diners can create their own customized lunch special ($8.95) from four options daily, such as spicy basil spaghetti, pineapple curry tofu, and fresh spring rolls. For dinner, start light with a green papaya salad ($7.50), featuring fresh green papaya, green beans, tomatoes, Thai chili, and ground peanuts in lime juice. A hearty half rack of lamb chops ($18.95) will keep you sustained through long brainstorming sessions on how to harness turtles for transportation. Nervous first-dates, meanwhile, can prevent painful tongue cramps with a signature cocktail such as the black iced tea ($8), a rum based black tea and chocolate, or the green wine ($6), a vodka-based green tea with a red wine flavor.
The Tokyo Love Boat glides through the air at Tokyo Japanese Restaurant, dropping anchor at one of the tables. Atop its wooden planks, rows of sushi and sashimi are prepared for a culinary expedition. This is one of many creative concoctions on the menu, along with Tokyo specialty rolls fashioned from ingredients such shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, avocado, salmon, and lemon slices. Chefs glaze teriyaki sauce on shrimp, steak, or your date’s face, upon request. Other bite-size bits can be hidden in tempura batter or cooked on a hibachi grill.
As the proud, busy parents of three young boys, Kang and Mary Nhin know that eating dinner as a family can be a challenge. So they created Nhinja Sushi and Wok, a casual, kid-friendly setting where the service is fast and the menu includes healthy options. As children don a Nhinja mask cutout and sketch the daily Dow Jones chart on a coloring sheet, families dig into spicy tuna rolls or stir-fried Hunan Garden shrimp. The food blog Dishin & Dishes lauded the restaurant for offering the option to order sushi and entrees made with brown rice.
The family-centric vibe even extends to the restaurant's lime walls, which are decorated with artwork of the owners' children. Careful not to neglect fully grown eyeballs, they have also filled the space with futuristic white chairs, tables, and booths accentuated by the pops of bright pink, turquoise, purple, and lime green.
The namesake dishes at Sushi and Teriyaki make for a delicious pairing of traditional Japanese cuisine, sometimes cutely referred to as sushi-n-teri by the staff. Outside of the expected dishes, such as the mountainous Ahi Tower roll with spicy tuna, the chefs also prepare hibachi entrees and specialties such as spicy ramen. And customers can wash it all down with a cool Japanese beer. The entire menu is also available for takeout, letting customers still enjoy an exotic dinner in the midst of a busy schedule.