Japanese Restaurants in Lafayette Square, Saint Louis


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  • Royal Teriyaki
    At Royal Teriyaki, guests can expect one of the more inexpensive meals in Saint Louis. The relaxed environment and reasonable prices allow guests to focus on what matters: the quality. Defined by its outdoor seating, the restaurant is a fantastic option when the weather along the Mississippi River is nice. No specific attire is required, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, though the overall price can be a bit on the low side, you won't be sacrificing any quality. In fact, you should be able to enjoy a good meal for $11 or $12, and can probably get in and out for $8 if you try. Located in the heart of the Gateway City, a trip to Royal Teriyaki is definitely worthwhile.
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    1820 Market St
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Wasabi Sushi Bar
    Sushi is a complex world of flavors, textures, and colors that may seem intimidating at first. Wasabi Sushi Bar’s spread of more than 48 rolls includes simple california and yellowfin rolls for the sushi newbie as well as adventurous items for those delving deeper into the realm of maki. Yellowfin tuna and cucumber slices fill the simpler rolls, and shrimp tempura and avocado cut the delicate brine flavor of barbecued eel in other offerings. The sushi chefs also liberally sprinkle a housemade tempura crunch topping at the sushi bar, and stir-fried egg noodles are combined with vegetables and served either hot or cold.
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    1228 Washington Avenue
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Sushi Ai
    Though Sushi Ai has recently opened its sixth location, it still shows the same dedication to classic Japanese cuisine. Sushi remains the star of the menu, ranging from single pieces of pepper tuna and spicy scallop sushi and sashimi, to delicate hand rolls that mingle crispy salmon skin and cucumber. Standout special rolls include the World Series roll—packed with soft-shell crab tempura, tuna, eel, avocado, tobiko, and tempura chips—whose original recipe was pitched from Japan in 1919. The restaurant also features all-you-can-eat sushi. Rich soups with udon noodles and medleys of seafood or vegetables join Sushi Ai's other cooked entrees, such as chicken fried rice or beef and shrimp sautéed on a hibachi grill.
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    910 Olive St.
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Drunken Fish - STL
    At each of Drunken Fish's upscale restaurants, chefs create traditional and specialty sushi, along with stir-frys and other Japanese entrees. Fresh tuna nigiri and 10-ounce teriyaki-glazed strip steak make for tasty pairings with signature cocktails, such as the Madame Butterfly with raspberry vodka, mango puree, and pineapple juice. Drunken Fish has four convenient locations within St. Louis, each featuring modern decor. Drunken Fish has won several awards and achievements, including being named Favorite Japanese/Sushi Restaurant by Sauce Magazine's readers. It also has earned accolades for Best Sushi, appearing on both the Riverfront Times Reader's Choice list and Alive Magazine People's Choice Hot List.
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    601 Clark St.
    St. Louis, MO US
  • San Sai Japanese Grill
    A culinary gem, San Sai Japanese Grill in Saint Louis is a hugely-popular spot for delicious sushi. It's a popular spot for visitors looking for excellent food. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you. Located right in the center of the Gateway City, making a trip to San Sai Japanese Grill is never a bad call. Visitors to the restaurant have the ability to park nearby on the street.
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    208 N 9th St
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Mizu Sushi Bar
    Bold flavors infuse Mizu Sushi Bar's menu of nigiri sushi, maki rolls, and cooked pan-Asian dishes. Spicy garlic sauce erupts from the Screaming Volcano roll, and tangy housemade teriyaki clings to charbroiled chicken and beef. Korean BBQ entrees such as beef ribs and bulgogi add international flavor, like the parts of Three Stooges films where Moe swears in Javanese. And for those who prefer less spice, tempura shrimp and veggies hide inside crisp batter, and udon noodles swirl in mild broth. Though located in the trendy Washington Avenue district, Mizu's industrial-style space is "spacious and sleek without seeming hipper than thou," according to the Riverfront Times. Track lighting dangles from an exposed ceiling next to flat-screen TVs and a wall-mounted sculpture of tortoises striving to be seen as more than just potential eyeglass frames.
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    1013 Washington Ave
    Saint Louis, MO US

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