Japanese Restaurant Deals in Austin
Those who travel abroad learn countless secrets, including the fact that the British call french fries "chips" and call chips "potato nasties." Taste the fruits of other cultures with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $12 for $24 worth of Japanese pancakes and other cuisine for two or more $24 for $48 worth of Japanese pancakes and other cuisine for four or more From its walk-up window, Yoko Ono Miyaki! serves savory Japanese pancakes—also known as okonomiyaki—with toppings including pork belly, sesame-garlic tempeh, and brisket ($4.25 for a half order; $8 for a full order). The kitchen also whips up ...
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KING NOODLE is where cultures and cuisines come together. This restaurant brings the best of three cuisines: Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese; and their most popular dishes to one locale. KING NOODLE is the place for a healthy and delectable dining experience. The restaurant emphasizes flavors and attention to detail. KING NOODLE uses only top-quality ingredients in all its products and serves these products in an environment which reflects its high standards.
Soto, a Japanese restaurant with a "touch of French influence," has opened up north in Lakeline Plaza with Chef Kenji Okamoto at the helm. Chef Okamoto started his career in Japan at 10 years old working in his uncle's restaurant. At 15 years old, he moved to the US with his family and the rest is history. He has experience working as a Sushi Chef at both Nobu and Morimoto. He now adds his own experience and flare as the Head chef at Soto.Soto's philosophy is to integrate the best food ingredients from all over the globe and the fresh seasonal ingredients from local Texas farms with our upscale culinary skills. Soto is specialized in traditional Japanese cuisine with a touch of French influence. At Soto, each dish created is made with care, artistry and a deep level of detail. In the Japanese language, "soto" means "world of outside", and we want our customers to see things different from what they usually see at other restaurants.
Steak sushi? It IS Texas, after all, and at Maki Toki they'll put anything in a sushi roll! From the freshest salmon, tuna, shrimp and crab to steak, freshwater eel and sweet potato, Maki Toki has the most unusual and innovative sushi rolls in town. If you're in the mood for something more south of the border, try the fresh fish, chicken or steak tacos paired with a Dos Equis or Corona. You'll find your favorite Japanese sides as well, and a variety of Japanese sakes along with red and white wines!
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