Below is a list of the top and leading Japanese Restaurants in El Paso. To help you find the best Japanese Restaurants located near you in El Paso, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
El Paso’s Best Japanese Restaurants:
The top rated Japanese Restaurants in El Paso, TX are:
- Sushi Garden – was started in 2014 by Mr. and Mrs. Chang
- Koze – utilize the freshest, highest-quality ingredients
- Yamaguchi Ramen – is dedicated to excellent customer service
- MiraiBowl Japanese Express – provide catering and take-out
- Umami Ramen House – was opened in 2020 by Chef Lu
Sushi Garden was started in 2014 by Mr. and Mrs. Chang, who combined West Coast Asian recipes with South Korean meals and added an El Paso twist to make one of the most beloved Sushi restaurants in town. The entire dining room can comfortably fit 52 individuals and an additional seven at the self-seating bar. While small and cozy, the atmosphere feels open and airy with plenty of greenery. They accept reservations Mondays through Thursdays only, and delivery is now available through Doordash, Uber Eats, Grub Hub.
Menu, Order Online, Reservations, Delivery
“Always top-notch service. Food is always amazing and great service my favorite restaurant in El Paso. Been going here for years.” – Amari St. C.
Koze, the artistry and fresh flavors of the sushi are unparalleled. Their cooking teams at the sushi bar and each hibachi station utilize the freshest, highest-quality ingredients to please every guest with wonderful recipes. Every night, dinner guests can fully savor the showmanship of Koze’s trained chefs as they execute and prepare the finest Japanese dishes right at each station, with colorful ingredients to delight the eye and the palate.
Highlighting a sushi bar, a wine, beer, and sake bar, and six entertaining hibachi grills for group and family celebrations with shows for the whole family, they bring everyone together for fun and great food.
Sushi Menu, Lunch, Dinner, Teppan, Starters & Desserts
“Service was the amazing, very friendly and welcoming staff. The food was delicious. I recommend the Fluffy Cheesecake. If you’re looking for an upscale sushi place then Koze is the place to go. I also recommend for a starter the seaweed salad.” – Andrea C.
Yamaguchi Ramen is ramen culture, where the relationship between broth and noodles is a serious but delicious business. There, you will find a variety of authentic toppings from their tender pork chashu, to a perfectly cooked and seasoned soft-boiled egg with a fresh sauce that will take your tastebuds to the next level. And, improve your experience by pairing it with their highly coveted chashu buns and a craft beer. Yamaguchi Ramen is dedicated to having fresh ingredients, astonishing flavor, and excellent customer service.
Menu, Order Online
“If you ever think of coming here everything is worth the price waiter was amazing to recommend him 100% best place I have gone to.” – Angelica A.
MiraiBowl Japanese Express
MiraiBowl Japanese Express is bending the rules and providing fresh, figure-friendly at fair prices. Tommy Hwang started the first Mirai Bowl in 2003. It was the first Japanese express eatery in town, Tommy says, and the bowls of teriyaki rice, noodles, chicken, and beef went over well in the Sun City. They provide catering and take-out, but dining in is also a nice option at the casual and small restaurant. You can watch the cooks stir-fry your dish and catch a whiff of someone else’s while you wait.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeaway
“Fresh, fast, and tasty. Very friendly and was patient with me since it was my first time visiting. Definitely recommend” – Marla A.
Umami Ramen House
Umami Ramen House was opened in 2020 by Chef Lu. His concept is to provide fresh authentic Japanese Ramen in a modern casual dining environment. Umami Ramen broth is created from scratch with pork bones, which cook over high heat for 10 to 12 hours every day. This procedure will unlock the flavors held in the pork bones into the broth. This procedure of broth making gives the soup base a rich and creamy taste.
Menu, Order Online, Dine-In, Takeaway, No-Contact Delivery
“First time having ramen and all I have to say is that they made my experience a very pleasant one! Everything was great and I really mean it, the waiter was so content to help us. The food tasted phenomenal, the place looks so nice it gives you a really nice japanese vibe. I would absolutely recommend this place without a doubt!” – Rey A.
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