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Post #: 34
It became a recent topic of discussion that sushi bars come in many shapes and sizes. To take it one step forward, it seems that the more upscale, authentic and traditional it gets, so goes the price. However, there appear to be some notable exceptions around DFW. Thus, we've listed these least to most expensive. So, cut and paste these back into the thread and let us know where you rate these overall, along with your favorite(s) in each category:

1) Asian Super Buffets - w/typical Chinease and Mongolian BBQ cuisine in mix.

2) Japanese Super Buffet - expect sushi rolls, udon noodle dishes, tempura and premium nigiri pieces and sashimi as all parts of the more specialized mix.

3) Hibachi/Sushi - while Teppenyaki (hibachi) is usuually the bigger draw among tourists, the sushi is traditionally added from the sushi bar as a first-rate appetizer.

4) Traditional Sushi Table - a straight mix of sushi (rice) ; nigiri pieces (on rice) ; and sashimi pieces (just uncooked fish). That, along with all the garnishments found in other Japanese Super Buffet aisles, but on menus.

5) Traditional Sushi Bar - Everything found at the Traditional Sushi Table, but also unlisted and often Sushi Chef invented items rarely found anywhere but the imagination. This is also a great place to learn more.
Bradd
CoachBradd
Group Organizer
Arlington, TX
Post #: 405


1) Asian Super Buffets - w/typical Chinease and Mongolian BBQ cuisine in mix.

Harvest

2) Japanese Super Buffet - expect sushi rolls, udon noodle dishes, tempura and premium nigiri pieces and sashimi as all parts of the more specialized mix.

Sushi Yaa

3) Hibachi/Sushi - while Teppenyaki (hibachi) is usuually the bigger draw among tourists, the sushi is traditionally added from the sushi bar as a first-rate appetizer.

Sushi/Hibachi 2007

4) Traditional Sushi Table - a straight mix of sushi (rice) ; nigiri pieces (on rice) ; and sashimi pieces (just uncooked fish). That, along with all the garnishments found in other Japanese Super Buffet aisles, but on menus.

Kampai

5) Traditional Sushi Bar - Everything found at the Traditional Sushi Table, but also unlisted and often Sushi Chef invented items rarely found anywhere but the imagination. This is also a great place to learn more.

Piranha's


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