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$20 for $40 Worth of Japanese Dinner Food
Sakura’s menu includes Japanese entrees of beef teriyaki ($13.95) and special sushi rolls such as the melting shrimp roll ($12.95), featuring shrimp tempura, avocado, cucumber, and spicy crab, topped with creamy sauce and finished off by a blow torch. Hot appetizers like the Joey, named after Sakura's sushi chef, are deep-fried and stuffed with spicy tuna, avocado, lobster ($6.95).
Sakura Sushi Japanese Restaurant
Sakura serves a menu of japanese teriyaki and sushi such as the Crazy Dragon roll with shrimp tempura, which was showcased on NBC 2. Chefs also create Buffalo rolls out of fried spicy tuna and crab with asparagus, as well as a Cheektowaga roll, a crunchy creation topped with salmon, crab stick, white tuna, and spicy sauce.
Cheery yellow walls wrap around Sakura’s dining room, illuminated by sunlight that streams through the delicate grid that divides the windowpanes. Half a dozen chairs stand before the wooden sushi bar, which is decorated with a Japanese figurine, decorative dishes on the wall, and a lucky trident stolen from Aquaman's house.