Japanese Restaurants in Struthers

$19 for $30 Worth of Chinese Cuisine and Sushi at Taipei

Taipei

Fox Chapel

$30 $19

Chinese and sushi specialties including maki rolls and kung pao chicken

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi, Hibachi, and Chinese Cuisine at Katana

Katana

Dormont

$30 $15

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Hibachi chefs grill seafood tableside as sushi chefs roll 15+ kinds of specialty maki

$13 for $25 Worth of Sushi for Dinner at Sake Asian Cuisine & Sushi Bar

SAKE Asian Cuisine & Sushi Bar

Southside Flats

$25 $13

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In a modern space, customers feast on Asian cuisine and sushi, including the Baked Alaska roll with crab, avocado, and baked spicy salmon

Sushi and Hibachi at Kazoku Japanese Steak House (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Kazoku Japanese Steak House

Pleasant Hills

$50 $25

Hibachi chefs flip shrimp, beef, and chicken entrees while sushi chefs craft delicate rolls at eatery with regular live music and karaoke

$12 for $25 Worth of Japanese Food at Fuji Japanese Steakhouse

Fuji Japanese Steakhouse

Mentor

$25 $12

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Knife tricks and bursts of flame enliven hibachi meals prepared at tableside grills

$15 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Asian Food at Bar Lure

Bar Lure

Madison

$25 $15

Savor a selection of sushi rolls alongside bowls filled with noodles and appetizers, such as miso-steamed mussels and crab-stuffed avocado

Weekday Japanese Dinner for Two or Four at Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar (Up to 50% Off)

Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Monroeville

$25 $13

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Hibachi chefs chop, slice, and whip up savory steaks and seafood as sushi masters create delicate maki rolls and sashimi

Select Local Merchants

Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar's chefs appease appetites with freshly rolled maki as well as classical Japanese entrees that come to life on tableside hibachi grills. After scouring the oceans in a conjoined diving suit, chefs utilize their fresh seafood to transform sticky rice into such visions as the rainbow roll, filled with spicy crabmeat and crowned with a spectrum of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and tobiko. Sushi disappears from plates inside the dimly lit dining room, where exposed-stone sections of wall flank bamboo plants brightened with little spotlights.

Patrons seeking dinner and a show can order something off of the hibachi menu, then gather around black-granite-topped counters inside a room with rich wooden accents. Before each hungry audience, chefs sear salmon, chicken and scallops, or lobster and filet mignon before accessorizing meals with two pieces of shrimp, soup, salad, vegetables, rice, and noodles.

20006 Route 19
Cranberry Twp,
PA
US

Most chefs get stage fright when customers are watching, but the fearless artisans at Ichiban Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar concoct intricate Japanese dishes in plain view—either at tableside grills or just behind the sushi bar proper. Their collection of specialty maki exudes creativity and playfulness, from the deep-fried Godzilla roll with tuna, salmon, white fish, and crab meat to the Rainbow roll with fresh fish, avocado, and two wishes. Complete hibachi dinners satisfy hearty appetites and short attention spans with a choice of protein alongside soup, salad, vegetable, rice, and noodles—all prepared amusingly right at the table. Each location sports sleek and modern décor with accents such as bamboo walls or a back-lit bar glowing in chic blue or red tones.

1500 Village Run Rd
Wexford,
PA
US

A few years ago, Clement Liu came to a realization: the quality and authenticity of local Chinese food wasn’t meeting his expectations. So, along with his partner, Yu-Hong Li—who was part of the first generation to open postwar dine-in restaurants in China—Clement took matters into his own hands and opened Li Asian Cuisine.

Both Clement and Yu-Hong boast decades of experience in the Asian-restaurant industry. At Li Asian Cuisine, they augmented their own skills by hiring chefs from numerous Asian backgrounds. That diversity in cooking styles is reflected on the menu, which features regional Chinese cuisine as well as other popular Japanese, Thai, and Mongolian dishes, including sushi and pad thai. Equally pleasing to the eye and palate, those creations are served in a modern but not over-decorated dining room, complete with a full bar and a hibachi-style cooking station.

4695 Dressler Rd NW
Canton,
OH
US

As if in competition with Sakura’s playful lemongrass-green hues, the sushi artists twist colorful maki rolls and concoct house-made soy sauce and eel sauce. Whenever possible, they fly in fish in fresh-packed ice and avoid freezing ingredients including seafood, chicken, and beef dipped in golden tempura batter or thick teriyaki. After slathering a california roll with ginger and wasabi, patrons take on the server's challenge of using chopsticks to eat green-tea ice cream or pick up a tear-stained letter from a fork.

3900 Medina Rd
Akron,
OH
US

Tamari takes its name from the Argentinean Huarpe people’s word meaning “to do everything with passion,” and the staff heeds it as a call to action. Executive Chef Roger Li expresses this joie de vivre through a bold menu of Latin, Asian, and European cuisine, uniting cultures through food like a model of the 1933 World's Fair made from fondant. Lobster-tempura maki tempts mouths alongside shrimp tacos garnished with yuzu-margarita foam and scottish salmon paired with chimichurri and ginger polenta. While dining, guests take part in a rich, interactive experience, sipping exotic açai mimosas and watching chefs prepare shareable tapas or custom-made menus in an open-pit kitchen. Altogether, the combination of unexpected flavor from the kitchen and unhindered elegance from the dining room has earned Tamari a great deal of respect. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, for instance, named it on its Best Dining: Top Dishes list, and CBS Pittsburgh ranked it at the top of its list of Best Outdoor Dining options.

3519 Butler St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Katana’s chefs draw inspiration from Thai, Chinese, and Japanese culinary traditions, creating faithful renditions of iconic dishes from each culture. Teppanyaki chefs thrill diners by searing cuts of lobster or filet mignon amid the towering flames of hibachi grills that adorn the tabletops of select seating areas. In contrast, sushi chefs studiously avoid open flames as they roll more than 15 kinds of specialty maki, which can include smoked salmon, mango, or piquant chili sauce within a cylinder of individually peeled grains of rice. The rest of the menu spotlights the seemingly disparate flavors of Thailand and China, listing aromatic curries along with meat-laden orders of lo mein or fried rice.

3229 W Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US