Japanese Restaurants in Mountain View


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  • Joy Sushi
    Joy Sushi's sushi rolls are bursting with flavor and color. The whole family can enjoy a meal at Joy Sushi with its kid-friendly fare. Joy Sushi offers a free wifi hot spot — perfect for surfing the web or getting a little work done. Prefer to dine from the comfort of your own couch? Swing by Joy Sushi for carryout, or have them come to you with delivery. Fed up with difficult parking? At Joy Sushi, you will find easy nearby parking and good eats. Expect your bill at Joy Sushi to come in at around $30 per person.
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    225 E Middlefield Rd
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Ramen House Ryowa
    Ramen House Ryowa: A User’s Guide Traditional Ramen House | Counter Seating Only | Mountain View’s “Best Noodle Place” | Butter Corn Ramen Sample Menu Ramen: Ryowa signature ramen, sesame paste broth, bean sprouts, egg, green onions, nori Hot entree: pan-fried pork gyoza Side: kimchi Word on the Street: East Bay Express raved about the original ramen, saying, “the roasted pork pulls apart easily with chopsticks, but its flavor is concentrated. Enough chiles have been added to the broth to leave a slow, glowing heat.” The Mountain View Voice named it best noodle place in 2013: “These Japanese-style ramen noodles are dished up in flavorful broth, garnished with with cha siu barbeque pork, seaweed and a boiled egg. Butter-corn ramen is a local favorite.” Though the noodles are the “main attraction,” the non-ramen dishes are delightful, according to SF Gate, who relished the chicken kuraage: “the crispy pieces of tender-fried chicken served with salad, could be considered a meal in itself.” Inside Tips The restaurant is small with just counter seating, so if you’re with a larger party, head in during non-peak hours to ensure a shorter wait. The buttercorn ramen is a house original and a customer favorite, so make sure at least one person in your party orders a bowl Vocab Lesson Shoyu: a Japanese soy sauce made from both soya beans and wheat (as opposed to tamari, which is only made from soya beans) Tonkotsu Ramen: ramen made with pork bone broth While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Eyelash extensions can enhance looks and help cool off hot soup. Get some at Face-N-Body After: If you can find the entrance, which is hidden in the back of a Chinese restaurant on Castro, grab a drink at Mervyn’s Lounge, which many call Mountain View’s last dive bar.
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    859 Villa St
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Sushi Tomi
    Sushi Tomi: A User’s Guide No-Nonsense Sushi | Thick-Cut Sashimi | Lunch Hotspot | Omakase Options Sample Menu Appetizer: crispy fried gyoza Entree: beef sukiyaki combo, which comes with miso soup, salad, and rice Roll: Tomi Special roll, topped with lightly torch-seared fish Inside Tips They’ll take to-go orders, but dine in if you can—lots of special dishes don’t appear on the menu. Try arriving before noon for lunch and before 7 p.m. for dinner to beat the crowds. To sample new and unusual sea creatures in store on a budget—often including fish flown in from Japan’s famous Tsukiji market—try the chef’s-choice nigiri. Vocab Lesson Omakase: chef-selected multicourse dinner, typically focusing on sushi. The word can be approximately translated as "I trust you"—a sign of confidence in the chef's craft. Yosenabe: Translating loosely as “combination pot,” this dish is a one-pot stew of seafood and vegetables, whatever’s in season. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Book a Five Elements facial—which uses soothing clay chosen according to the five elements of traditional Chinese medicine—at Luxuray Skincare (692 W. Dana Street). After: Slurp down dessert in the form of boba tea or red-bean pudding at Tea Era (271 Castro Street). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Sushi Tomi’s owners run two other sushi spots in the area: Tomisushi (4336 Moorpark Avenue, San Jose), where everything’s upside-down, and Hana (4320 Moorpark Avenue, San Jose).
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    635 W Dana St
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Yakko Japanese Restaurant
    For fresh maki, Mountain View's Yakko Japanese Restaurant has got you covered. Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at Yakko Japanese Restaurant. Be sure to complete your meal at Yakko Japanese Restaurant with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Gather the whole family for a trip to Yakko Japanese Restaurant — everyone will find something to like (even the pickiest little eater) on the menu here. Whether you have a large or small group, Yakko Japanese Restaurant can accommodate both. No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Yakko Japanese Restaurant is ultra casual. Getting your food to go is also an option. Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Yakko Japanese Restaurant offers catering. Parking is easy at Yakko Japanese Restaurant, especially those looking to park on the street or in a lot close by. Yakko Japanese Restaurant offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Yakko Japanese Restaurant. You can pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card.
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    975 W Dana St
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Happi House Restaurants, Inc
    Inspired by the incredible flavors served at traditional Japanese festivals, Happi House was founded on the belief that dining out should be happy and festive. Happi House?s founders thought that quick-service restaurants had become predictable and boring, so they set out to expand and upgrade fast food options by offering fresh meals to order and one-of-a-kind teriyaki sauces. The first Happi House restaurant opened in San Jose?s historic Japantown district in 1976, where its fresh take on fast food was an instant sensation. Over the years, Happi House has grown its distinctive menu while maintaining a commitment to using fresh ingredients delivered daily and food that's grilled to order?never held under heat lamps or served up from a steam table. Today, Happi House has six locations throughout the Silicon Valley. Bay Area folks can pop into the casual eatery for a tasty bite or grab a jumbo-sized Happi Pak with enough chicken salad, rice, and flame broiled teriyaki to feed the whole gang at home. Must-try items include bone-in teriyaki chicken, Asian chicken salad, and homemade teriyaki sauces in original and spicy flavors, which are available by the bottle.
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    286 W El Camino Real
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Bushido Izakaya
    A Japanese izayaka is much like a casual American bar—friends assemble after work to knock back drinks and share small plates that often feature salty finger food. That's what it's like at Bushido Izakaya, where a roster of sake and contemporary small plates recalls Japanese pub food. The executive chef, Isamu Kanai, has forged a menu that declares his mastery of sustainable seafood. Indeed, his expertise is such that his work earned acclaim from the California Academy of Sciences and the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Cooking for Solutions event. Within Bushido, albacore tuna stars in seared sashimi plates punched up with ponzu sauce and garlic chili oil. A medley of seafood, beef, and bacon sits atop okonomiyaki, a savory pancake akin to pizza. Grilled chicken skewers, braised pork belly with daikon radish, and crispy wings coated in sweet sesame sauce represent for the nonseafood section. All of this changes seasonally along with the decor, which mimics the Japanese landscape by modifying its color scheme and occasionally featuring Mechagodzilla.
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    156 Castro St.
    Mountain View, CA US

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