My daughter had a visit to Kool Smiles of Danville and Tokyo Grill is adjacent to that suite. Tokyo Grill an Authentic Japanese Restaurant with takeout that specializes in Sushi and Sashimi, Rolls and Hibachi. They offer an extensive selection of fresh handmade rolls and Sashimi prepared right before your eyes. The atmosphere is rich with Asian Flair including a wishing well of sorts at the entrance. The Staff was knowledgeable, amiable and even offered my daughter a cup of ice to soothe the after effects of her procedure. The menu is detailed and well organized to help especially with first timers. Vegetarians won't have a problem with finding a delicious and satisfying meal amongst the carnivores, and vise versa. Prices are reasonable, ranging from $1.35 for Miso Soup to Sushi Platters for 4 under $60.00. There are many stopping off points price wise, so those on a budget will not feel intimidated as I was not. My choices included a Salmon and Avocado Roll, and a Tuna Roll, which come with choice of soup, salad or Udon noodles and Tempura Vegetables. The rolls were amazing and super fresh, pure bliss in ever bite. My sister Hollie thought so too! The fish was firm and vibrant in color as it should be. The rice was the right combination of sticky without being clumpy or dry. The noodles were mild and delicious with subtle flavors and bite. I had some left over and they reheated well and were just as appetizing today as the day before. The Tempura Vegetables provided the perfect amount of crunch and were not at all greasy and cumbersome.
This was my second visit and I was equally pleased my first time around as well. The first visited graced me with the Salmon and Tuna Sushi and Sashimi. Again, fresh beyond belief , almost buttery, and melt in your mouth goodness. I also tried the Crabmeat Puffs and the Beef Kebab. I enjoyed those too, but the taste of the Sushi and Sashimi is what brought me back. If you are in the area Tokyo Grill is worth checking out!! Pictures of our meal can be found on my facebook page under Cherrysewagecom.
Sushi and Sashimi and Rolls are fun to make at home too!! I have, but I'm definitely a novice when it comes to these guys!! Super fresh fish, a good sharp knife and a little patience are the main ingredients to a wonderful experience at home
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