Japanese Restaurants in Red Oak


Japanese Lunch or Dinner for Two or More at Hypnotic Sushi (50% Off)

Hypnotic Sushi

Oak Lawn

Bento boxes brimming with salmon teriyaki, plates of ton-katsu curry rice, and colorful maki

$40 $20

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Japanese Lunch or Dinner for Two at Arfi Sushi & Hibachi Express (Up to 45% Off)

Arfi Sushi & Hibachi Express

Dallas

Sushi rolls and nigiri samplers, bento boxes, and steak, shrimp, chicken, and veggies cooked on a hibachi grill; fast-casual atmosphere

$20 $11

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All-You-Can-Eat Sushi and Asian-Food Buffet for Two or Four at Asian Top Restaurant (54% Off)

Asian Top Restaurant

Asian Top

Coconut shrimp, sushi, clams, barbecue spare ribs, and a dessert bar line this buffet that is open seven days a week

$21.54 $10

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$8 for $15 Toward Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine for Dinner at Sushi Nikko

Sushi Nikko

Sushi Nikko

The menu incorporates Japanese, Chinese, and Korean culinary influences, including grilled spare ribs and sweet-and-sour chicken

$15 $8

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$13 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Goldfish

Goldfish

Goldfish

Dozens of classic and specialty rolls, teriyaki plates, Asian-American favorites, and Japanese noodles and rice at a popular sushi spot

$20 $13

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$19 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Two or More at Geisha Steak and Sushi Restaurant

Geisha Steak & Sushi

Geisha Steak and Sushi

Innovative sushi creations, such as lobster rolls with yamagobo or Queen rolls with snow crab and asparagus, mingle with hibachi entrees

$30 $19

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$30 for $50 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Fin Sushi & Sake Bar

Fin Sushi & Sake Bar

Fin Sushi and Sake Bar

Tempura appetizers precede teriyaki-marinated meats and several specialty sushi rolls stuffed with snow crab, snapper, and salmon

$50 $30

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$22.99 for $ Worth of Sushi and Asian Fusion Cuisine at Sushi Fugu

Sushi Fugu

Highland Village

Shrimp curry, pad thai, sashimi, and a variety of specialty rolls served in a sleek, modern dining room

$40 $22.99

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Sushi and Japanese Food for Lunch or Dinner at J Sushi Restaurant (40% Off)

J Sushi Restaurant

Denton

Sushi chef plates specialty rolls on boat-shaped platters and serves up plates of hibachi, teriyaki, and tempura

$25 $16

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Sushi Dinner at Sushi Motto (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Motto

Denton

Some 50 sushi rolls fill the menu, arriving at tables beautifully arranged; Friday nights include live jazz

$20 $12

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Akita Hibachi Sushi offers the freshest and finest grade of sushi and sashimi. Gluten-free and low-fat are not one in the same, but this place serves them both. Akita Hibachi Sushi's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Take the kids along too — Akita Hibachi Sushi is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Whether you have a large or small group, Akita Hibachi Sushi can accommodate both. That's right! Akita Hibachi Sushi will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Drivers will be giddy once they hear about the easy street parking near Akita Hibachi Sushi. Your tab at Akita Hibachi Sushi will usually run to about $30 per guest. At Akita Hibachi Sushi, you can pay with any major credit card.
416 N Highway 67
Cedar Hill,
TX
US
The likes of Harrison Ford, Chris Farley, and Troy Aikman have perched on Deep Sushi's seashell-shaped chairs, marveling at the extravagant rolls of sushi while sipping warm sake. Founded by a band of sushi devotees, the Japanese eatery folds ultrafresh fish into ornamental rolls described in a 1997 D Magazine review as both the "beautifully simple sea-fresh classics we've come to know and love" (think a crunchy california roll with cucumber) and "maverick inventions that smack of attitude." One such eccentric invention, the Pearl roll, surrounds its crawfish stuffing with cream cheese, avocado, and toppings of scallops and fried carrots. Decorative slices of jalapeño, swirls of sriracha, and bright circles of smelt egg have been known to top other sushi creations. As the expert chefs lord over the sushi bar, teppanyaki masters bustle about the kitchen, sizzling up beef, chicken, and salmon on fiery teppan grills. Behind the bar, mixologists whip up drinks, favoring inventive drinks with names such as Geisha's Laugh and Tokyo Sunrise over old-fashioned cocktails with names such as Walter. In the dining room, guests savor final bites of plum-wine ice cream beneath the soft red light of lanterns hanging from the industrial ceiling. A vivid mural sweeps across the back wall, depicting fierce Japanese warriors and a graceful geisha and infusing a sense of tradition into the otherwise modern decor.
2624 Elm St
Dallas,
TX
US
1700 Pacific Ave
Dallas,
TX
US
Korean and Japanese cuisine come together at Gui Korean Japanese Bistro & Bar. For instance, along with sushi and sashimi, diners can try a spicy mix sashimi bowl, where sushi rice is topped with vegetables and a variety of seafood, and served with korean chili paste. Korean and Japanese soups are also on the menu, along with edamame, pot stickers, and inventive salads.
2719 McKinney Avenue
Dallas,
TX
US
Most of the time, culinary veteran Michelle Carpenter works as a sushi chef, injecting Southwestern spice into her signature rolls at Zen Sushi. On the last Wednesday of every month, however, she's the leader of a secret society. She gathers her acolytes for a meal built from exotic ingredients not usually found at a standard sushi bar, such as fresh lotus root, live abalone, and uni mousse, a dish previously known only as a mermaid hair product. The meeting lasts for up to 10 courses—then, the society disperses, feeling both enlightened and full. The Secret Sushi Society is the most freeform display of Michelle's knack for delicious experimentation. Still, the menu at Zen Sushi showcases several of her original works. Her popular xalapa roll contains cilantro, avocado, jalapeno, tuna, and thin slices of lime, whereas the sakura roll cocoons clam, shrimp, and crab in wraps of pink soy paper, clustered to resemble its namesake flower petals. These creations have won Zen Sushi multiple awards for their surprising fusions of flavor. Never a one-trick pony, Michelle also cooks modern Japanese entrees, from Tokyo ramen with pork and vegetables to a brandy- and soy-glazed duck breast.
380 W 7th St
Dallas,
TX
US
Nobuyuki Matsuhisa discovered his passion for food while growing up in his native Japan. His older brother took him to his first sushi restaurant, and the young Nobu was hooked. That enthusiasm never waned, and as an adult, he began his culinary career, traveling the globe cooking in kitchens from South America to Alaska. These experiences?particularly his time spent in Peru?contributed to Nobu's distinctive culinary style, which melds international flavors and techniques with traditional Japanese cuisine. He opened the original Nobu restaurant in New York City in 1994 to great acclaim, and in the decades since, has built up a dining empire that encompasses 25 restaurants spread across 21 cities, five continents, and two parallel universes. The Dallas location remains true to Nobu's signature vision while still allowing a bit of southern flair to influence the Zagat-praised dishes. Although traditional maki and sashimi are readily available, the chefs also embrace Nobu's willingness to expand upon the traditional flavors of Japanese cooking. Rare grilled tuna might be served with jalape?o salsa, blue crab could turn up in a spicy hot dish, and tiramisu might receive an herbal accent of green tea. This elegant fusion informs the decor as well?a traditional sushi bar is updated with illuminated onyx, while back-lit cherry blossom-cutouts gleam from tall columns.
400 Crescent Ct.
Dallas,
TX
US
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