Did you know that rice has been a staple of Japanese cuisine for more than two thousand years?
It was once traded as currency, and harvesting the rice is labor intensive.
If you would like to enjoy a delicious Japanese meal, stop by one of the following restaurants where the chefs prepare steak teriyaki, freshwater eel, and so much more:
The Blue Fish
At The Blue Fish, guests can try grilled entrees, innovative chef-inspired rolls, or exquisite sushi. The restaurant has offered award-winning fare for more than sixteen years, and it features a modern atmosphere and friendly service making it the perfect place to meet friends for dinner. The meals are made with fresh ingredients, and choices include Chilean sea bass, tropical salmon, and surf clam sushi. All pair well with the restaurant's sake that was selected by the certified sake specialist.
Just eight minutes away, Shinsei (pronounced shin-say) was established when Lynae Fearing and Tracy Rathbun joined forces to become the city's most dynamic culinary duo. Focusing on the local neighborhood was important to them, and they created a place where people could relax while enjoying delicious cuisine. In the kitchen, Executive Chef Carlos Capistran creates artful presentations, and sushi choices include Japanese snapper, sea urchin, and smoked salmon.
Sushi Robata is an Izakaya-style Japanese restaurant. This is a common type of restaurant that is typically found in cosmopolitan areas for after work relaxation, and they always offer a friendly atmosphere. Chef Hiroyoshi Mori came to the United States from Japan in 1985, and he creates an array of dishes including those that can be shared. The menu includes rolls such as calamari tempura, caterpillar, and dragon.
If you would like to call our apartments in Dallas home, please contact us to schedule a tour. In addition to these restaurants, we're also near some of the area's best shopping destinations and attractions.