Sushi in Pinehurst

Sushi and Hibachi-Style Japanese Cuisine at Fujimi Sushi and Japanese Steak House (Up to 48% Off)

Fujimi Sushi and Japanese Steak House

Matthews

Chefs sear filet mignon and lobster tails on a hibachi grill and roll sushi with fatty tuna, salmon, and scallops

$25 $13

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$17 for $ Worth of Sushi and Pan-Asian Fare for Dinner at Emzy Sushi Bar and Asian Kitchen

Emzy Sushi Bar and Asian Kitchen

Second Ward

Spicy curry and Treasure in the Pot complement Thai Ceviche and Tuna Toast—spicy tuna served on toasted garlic bread

$30 $17

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$30 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Red Ginger

Red Ginger

Uptown

Japanese steakhouse with classic hibachi entrees, like filet mignon, and specialty sushi, with ingredients such as BBQ eel

$40 $30

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$18 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Eight Sushi Asian Kitchen

Eight Sushi Asian Kitchen

Charlotte

Sushi rolls filled with crab, tempura shrimp, and bacon, served alongside udon and tea-smoked duck dumplings

$30 $18

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Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Tokyo Japanese Seafood & Steakhouse (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Tokyo Japanese Seafood & Steakhouse

Mooresville

Hibachi steaks, tokyo shrimp kabobs, and sushi rolls fashioned from fresh seafood and vegetables

$40 $20

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Kyjo Plates with Volcano Rolls for Two or Four, Meal for Two, or Delivery or Take-Out at Kyjo’s (Up to 57% Off)

Kyjo's

Troutman

Diverse culinary traditions come together in signature sushi rolls and noodle dishes

$21.50 $11.50

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Archira Thai and Sushi's kitchen staff boasts several Thailand natives, who dedicate their efforts to reflecting the modern, 21st century culinary offerings of Thailand and Southeast Asia. An extensive menu sports classics such as pad thai, where stir fried rice noodles set the stage for an ensemble cast of chicken, bean sprouts, egg, peppered Nathan Lane, and crushed, roasted peanuts ($12). Archira's crispy duckling layers a crispy, honey-roasted bird atop a vegetal bed of bell pepper, onion, carrot, and fresh basil glazed with a sautéed garlic chili sauce ($18). Cast a net around the caterpillar roll—a tightly wrapped union of eel and cucumber with avocado, shrimp, and unagi sauce ($12). The spider roll catches unsuspecting tongues in its web of soft-shell crab and avocado ($11).

2110 Environ Way
Chapel Hill,
NC
US

Asuka's delightfully diverse menu rolls out sushi classics alongside juicy steaks, hearty pastas, and tender seafood brimming with Asian flavors. Dig into panko-breaded don katsu—chicken or pork cutlets deep-fried to juicy crispness ($15)—or put a pile of chopsticks on the table and play pick-up sticks to determine who gets the first slice of a dragon roll ($11.95) or a rainbow roll ($9.95). The garlic teriyaki tuna ($17.95) keeps senses floating on seaside flavor clouds, and the bulgogi don buoys a convoy of potato noodles, thin beef slices, mushrooms, and veggies in a sweet soy broth ($16).

101 Keybridge Dr
Morrisville,
NC
US

With consummate showmanship, hibachi chefs grill lobster tails and shrimp in front of guests in Ginza Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar’s modern dining room. Flames from the hibachi grill gleam off black tabletops surrounded by chairs arranged in a U-shape. Behind the sushi bar, chefs prepare california rolls alongside specialties such as the Mayflower, whose spicy tuna and fish eggs evoke the sea life that pilgrims used to catch by hand and throw at trees they suspected of practicing witchcraft. In the kitchen, cooks craft more traditional dishes such as chicken and salmon glazed in teriyaki sauce or veggies and shrimp fried tempura-style.

1077 Darrington Dr.
Cary,
NC
US

72% of 88 Urbanspooners like Wasabi. Citysearchers give the restaurant an average of four stars, and TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes:

107 Edinburgh Dr
Cary,
NC
US

Maru's distinct pan-Asian cuisine blends Japanese and Korean cuisine into tapas-style dining and elaborate sushi rolls. Amid deep crimson walls and rich mahogany woods, diners tuck into Korean short ribs or marinated bulgogi?thin-sliced rib-eye steak?as chopsticks conduct Japanese flavor symphonies of miso-marinated pork belly and char-broiled squid drizzled in sweet ginger sauce. Omakase-style dining gives culinary adventurers a chance to tour the chef's favorite new creations, sampling their way through an off-menu spread of sushi. Alternatively, guests can delight in the bistro's complex sushi mainstays, such as the Maru roll, stuffed with crab and cream cheese, topped with spicy tuna, and christened with crispy spires of sliced lotus root. The sushi bar also slices its own tapas dishes, slinging shareable plates of yellowtail with organic microgreens, jalapeño, and ponzu, or cuts of spicy tuna and avocado served on lotus-root chips.

6404 Tryon Road
Cary,
NC
US

A traditional Japanese art form, kabuki theater involves elaborate displays of song and dance. Living up to this tradition, Kabuki Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar puts on a show every day during lunch and dinner with an unlikely cast. Atop tableside grills, meats sizzle in song; flames dance into the air; and knives refuse to perform unless their name is first on the marquee. Hibachi chefs direct all of this action, and their skilled hands slice and cook meat entrees that range from sesame chicken to lobster to rib-eye steak. Complementing the grilled cuisine, sushi chefs prepare classic california rolls and specialty rolls such as the Krazy: avocado, crab, and cream cheese bundled beneath a cap of lobster salad.

220 Nottingham Dr
Cary,
NC
US