From sushi to soba, Voice Places is your guide to Japanese cuisine in Dallas / Fort Worth. Our professional and user reviews and easily searchable listings help you find a restaurant that suits your taste and your price range.
Slurp away at this Arts District noodle shop. Chef Teiichi Sakurai, formerly of Tei Tei and Teppo; bar manager Yosuke Fukuda; and general manager Ayako Thompson give... More »
Owned by Teppo Sushi proprietor Teiichi Sakurai, Tei Tei may well join Ferraris and long sabbaticals in Fiji as a slice of exotica vigorously lusted... More »
Yutaka‚??s expensive, sure, but worth the splurge. Tuna, yellowtail, scallop and eel hit with a blow torch, red snapper and other safety fishes are as fresh... More »
Crafted by the wives of famed Dallas chefs Dean Fearing (Fearing's) and Kent Rathbun (Abacus), Shinsei is a sushi-centric, pan-Asian restaurant that Lynae Fearing and... More »
Sired by Teiichi Sakurai in 1995 and since sold while Sakurai focuses on Tei An in One Arts Plaza, Teppo still floats to the top of the Dallas sushi... More »
Zen Sushi's meditations are focused on the artifacts of the plate, nearly to the exclusion of all else. The surroundings are comfortable yet Spartan and reek of... More »
Dallas Fish Market chef Anupam Joglekar mans the kitchen of this fish market with a steakhouse feel. The restaurant serves some of Dallas‚?? better seafood in... More »
This all-you-can-eat Japanese-style buffet is a pretty sweet deal if you hit the lunch and dinner buffets. The sushi quality is good, especially considering the... More »
While this Oak Lawn restaurant is most popular for its sushi -- especially its specialty rolls like the namesake offering with soft-shell crab, avocado wrapped with... More »
Sushi Kyoto on Hillcrest Road is where the SMU set goes to nosh on California rolls and throw back warm sake. The interior feels appropriately Japanese, with lots of... More »
Are you the kind of sophisticated Dallasite who enjoys dining on sushi while listening to jazz? And Japanese drum lines? If so, Tei-An Soba House has what you need Monday. Tei-An celebrates its four-year anniversary in full party mode, with Japanese drum group Fujisan Kaen Daiko and local jazz star Hunter Sullivan with his three-man band providing the night’s entertainment. For a...
As someone who spends a good bit of time in restaurant dining rooms, I'm accustomed to being told "Just let me know if you have any questions about the menu." But the offer usually comes from my server, not a diner at a nearby table.
What's remarkable about Shinsei, a glossy sushi boutique that's on the brink of celebrating its 5th birthday, is the loyalty it's cultivated in...
Dined: 2/18/2012 @ 8PM Great atmosphere; clean restaurant and great attention from the staff. On a busy Saturday evening only a 20 minute wait without a reservation. The sushi itself was fabulous. Chose the Shrimp Tempura with Tempura Veggies and it was great! Batter was nice and crisp and light; well made, not greasy. Perfect for two to share. We then had the...Read Full Review
The waiters can be a little pushy with the nightly specials, but the sushi is amazing!Read Full Review
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