Sushi in Opelousas

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Tiger Sushi’s skilled seaweed wranglers concoct an extensive selection of specialty sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, and rice and noodle dishes to sate seafaring taste buds. Start a dinner excursion on the right load-bearing limb with servings of Fire Pot soup—a spicy basil broth festooned with shitake mushrooms and a choice of chicken or shrimp ($3.50)—or a snow-crab salad, littered with avocado and masago ($5), while you peruse an aqueous menu of sushi, sashimi, and roll options. Master chefs roll up a belly-sating variety of specialty rolls, such as the sunrise roll, which fuels the sun's intricate system of levers and pulleys with shrimp tempura, cucumber, salmon, mango and masago ($15), and the sunset roll, a dusk-enhancing serving of spicy tuna with salmon, white fish, and seaweed salad ($15).

4611 S Sherwood Forest Blvd
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Presentation isn’t everything, but something can be said for first impressions. From their excellent website to their stylish dining rooms, Tsunami restaurants are a great choice in Asian cuisine. Tsunami was founded by two sisters, Leah Simon and Michele Ezell in 2000. A lot of time and care went into Tsunami long before it became a reality for the sisters. While the location in Lafayette was the first, this restaurant is located right in the middle of a diverse and culturally rich part of Baton Rouge. It’s important to the sisters, and to this restaurant’s general manager, Brian Owen, that Tsunami creates dishes with only the freshest ingredients and that both restaurants are a vital part of the community. They even have sushi classes! With a diverse menu and unique selections, Tsunami is a great choice for an evening out in Baton Rouge!

100 Lafayette St
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

The Gulf Coast may be known for its shrimp but with the help of a small restaurant in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is quickly becoming known for another product of the sea – sushi. Drunken Fish Sushi – that small restaurant mentioned earlier – is the place where Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine come to hang out and have a few drinks. Drunken Fish Sushi uses only the finest fresh-caught seafood available and prepares it with love and care so you can be sure to enjoy every last bite. The combination of good food in a family-friendly atmosphere is sure to please every member of your party – young and old. Their house special Sate Beef is just waiting to tickle your taste buds and leave you much happier than when you came in. So get on down to Drunken Fish Sushi for a taste of the Eastern end of the world, but close to home.

4410 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Ichiban Sushi Bar and Japanese Grill is the ultimate place for lovers of the exotic taste of the Land of the Rising Sun. Enjoy a wide variety of sushi sets and grilled dishes served with tender crunchy salad leafs and tasty dips. Ichiban is much more than just another chain food restaurant as it brings you an authentic Asian experience complete with excellent service, high-quality fresh produce and entertaining Hibachi display. For a one-of-a-kind Hibachi that is an explosion of flavors – Ichiban is the place! The food is fresh and delicious and the chefs provide a personalized display of their spectacular skills when preparing every order.

5741 Essen Ln
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

A fresh take on the classic sushi bar, Hello Sushi in Baton Rouge, Louisiana offers guests an amazing taste experience. Hello Sushi appetizers are more-than-fun, including a Sushi Pizza, Cajun Tuna Tataki, and Hellopeno Poppers. Entrees entice with items like Teriyaki Steak and Chicken and a Tempura Dinner. Hello Sushi's salads include Cucumber and Crab Stick Salad. And don't forget their infamous sushi selection, with special rolls the likes of a Rock N' Roll and a Baked Salmon Roll. As an example of their cutting edge spirit, the team at Hello Sushi introduced a sushi-making video game. Be sure to save room for Hello Sushi dessert.

3930 Burbank Dr
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

For a sushi bar that offers a uniquely fun dining experience, try Rock-N-Sake Bar and Sushi in Baton Rouge. Featuring theme nights and specials (like 80s Night Thursdays with half-off martinis), Rock-N-Sake serves up the freshest fish and the most fabulous fun in all of Louisiana. Come by and try the food, or book a sushi-making class so you can learn how to create your own! Sing up with RnS Club to receive special discounts and promotions, free of charge. The next time you want to pair your sushi night with some real fun, head out to Rock-N-Sake.

3043 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge,
LA
US