Addison >Tokyo One Japanese Restaurant
its okay for a buffet. If you are looking for real sushi, you shouldnt eat here. Most of their fish is frozen, not fresh. The other stuff on the buffet is good, like the udon. They do have a big variety for those who want to try out sushi for the first time.
Great introduction to sushi.
Those are two words which really should not go together, because sushi goes bad pretty quickly and develops that ugly fishy smell. Tokyo One's sushi rollers are right there at the sushi buffet counter making more sushi, as the ones there move fast.
The place has the old standbys (california roll, spicy tuna, etc.), however they also offer a wide array of unique delights. There are multiple varieties of fresh sushi, sashimi, and seafood salads (try the squid salad if you're brave enough). If that doesn't catch your fancy you can try a wide variety of hot foods including grilled chicken, lamb chops, salmon steak, customized soups, and lots of hibachi goodness. The only thing I don't like about the food is the strange smell that collects around the deep fryer, possibly due to the kind of oil they use.
During dinner hours and lunch on the weekend they have a "Shabu Shabu", which consists of a portable stove and pot filled with soup brought to your table. You can dump all the raw meats and vegetables into the pot for boiling to your liking. I didn't see what the big fuss was about, but my friends were having a ball with it.
Desserts are rather uncommon, but not unwelcome. Along with creme brule, flan, and tapioca there's also some bizarre deserts like green tea cake and Japanese lime cheesecake. Don't forget to ask about their ice cream flavors including such yummy oddites as green tea and red bean (trust me, they taste better than they sound).
The atmosphere is very pleasant, with very prompt service. Japanese artwork decorates the dark wood paneling on the walls, and for some reason the restaurant has wooden shutters on the windows. The place is very clean, and has no fishy smell at all.
This is a great place to go if you're just get acquainted with sushi and don't know if you'll like it. It's also a great bargain compared to normal sushi bars.
what can i say... the food is great here... variety in everything~!
i would recommend anyone to this restaurant... great experience....
Recommended. Excellent spread of food, fresh sushi & sashimi, wide array of other Japanese cuisine. Crowded during weekends. Good value for money. Would definitely return again & highly recommend anyone who wants to savour Japanese food at one very reasonable price!!!
Excellent restaurant!. I highly recommended for this restaurant, the food is great, the atmosphere is fun, and the service is really good. Especially, the fish are really fresh!
Tokyo At The Top. The Best Japinese in Town. I could not find a restraunt that was as good as Tokyo One. They have a lot of great stuff For people 10 and up. Everyone in Dallas Should try this place. Five Stars.
Excellent sushi for excellent price. I dont know how people can say this place doesnt rock!?! They have all sorts of fish that you dont normally see at other sushi places; White Tuna, Bluefin Marlin, Shark, etc. For $25 I stuffed myself and it left me wanting to go back for more!
Sushi buffet on Belt Line serves an abundant assortment of quality fresh fish for little cash..
Patrons sit at booths or tables; classic Asian paintings adorn the walls. Sushi chefs are quick to offer tips and suggest items. The atmosphere easily accommodates big groups hungry for a lot of sushi. California rolls and standard salmon rolls are for beginners, while those who feel more adventurous can try the shark fin and jellyfish rolls or marinated baby octopus. For dessert, try a serving of traditional green-tea ice cream or a mango sorbet.
Awesome!. This is the best Japanese restaurant in Dallas!!! They have all kinds of sashimi, sushi, awesome deserts, hot pot (you get to chose what you put in), steak, tempura udon, crab, etc. It's a buffet, all you can eat, for $25/adult for dinner. It's fantastic!
Just Okay. I cannot believe anyone would rate Tokyo One above average. This is not good sushi, it is mass produced cheap cuts of fish. It's like saying Cici's makes the greatest pizza. For a buffet I think it's okay and serves a purpose - I actually like the tempura shrimp but that isn't exactly sushi.
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