Japanese Restaurants in Allegheny West

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  • Penn Avenue Fish Company-Forbes
    The Penn Avenue Fish Company on Forbes isn’t just a restaurant, it’s a group of people who’ve made it their goal to bring delicious deep-sea morsels to the world. In addition to cooking and serving their seafood fresh at their restaurant, they also double as a fish market, meaning you can treat yourself to the same high-quality seafood that they serve up at their restaurant in the comfort of your own home. Their signature dishes include tomato basil soup with hearty chunks of Chilean sea bass and their spicy grilled tuna sandwich with Jalapeno. Their sushi is famed for being the freshest and most reasonably-priced in town- not a bad combination. In addition to standard sushi and sashimi, they also have a number of mouthwatering specialty rolls if you’re looking to experiment.
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    308 Forbes Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Sushi Kim Restaurant
    Sushi Kim Restaurant features innovative sushi and a casual ambiance. The menu at Sushi Kim Restaurant does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Beer, wine, and more are also available from Sushi Kim Restaurant's extensive drink list. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Sushi Kim Restaurant, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Call ahead for reservations to ensure your table is waiting for you when you arrive. The sushi spot has catering services as well. Parking is available at an adjacent lot. Meals at Sushi Kim Restaurant usually set you back about $30 per diner.
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    1241 Penn Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Pho Van
    Pho Van's large kitchen conjures a menu packed with authentic Vietnamese noodle soups, appetizers, and family-style meals. A starter of banh bot loc, pork- and shrimp-filled Vietnamese dumplings wrapped in banana leaves ($5), or cha gio, crispy rolls served with a chili-garlic dipping sauce ($4) sets palates to their spicy-jungle settings in time for a bowl of pho ($7–$9), a Vietnamese staple that lets a range of beef, rice noodles, earthy basil, and tangy lime go skinny-dipping in a pool of made-from-scratch beef stock. Those who eschew broth will prefer to mouth surf the goi du du, a salty band of shrimp or beef jerky atop a bed of shredded green papaya and tucked under blankets of crushed peanuts and mint ($4). Fresh coconut juice ($3) helps soothe spice-stung throats, and the fruit smoothies with black tapioca pearls come in three refreshing flavors: avocado, jack fruit, and durian ($4 all). A custard dessert of banh flan ($4) adorned with fried bananas and coconut milk finishes the feast on a sweet note, unlike the shockingly gory original ending to The Sound of Music. Pho Van's BYOB policy and convenient location make it an apropos backdrop for a spicy night of revelry, a quick lunch, or a first date with a mannequin-come-to-life.
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    2120 Penn Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US

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