Below is a list of the top and leading Japanese Restaurants in San Antonio. To help you find the best Japanese Restaurants located near you in San Antonio, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Antonio’s Best Japanese Restaurants:
The top rated Japanese Restaurants in San Antonio are:
- Sumo Japanese Steakhouse – serves Hibachi-grilled premium Kobeashi beef
- Wild Goji Restaurant & Bar – Japanese cuisines, Asian cooking methods and a complimentary water infused with goji berry
- Sushi Zushi – scrumptious sushi inspired by Japanese and Latin American influences
- Goro’s Sushi – delicious sushi created by artisan sushi chefs
- Sushihana Japanese Restaurant – modern twist to authentic recipes of Japan
Sumo Japanese Steakhouse
Sumo Japanese Steakhouse serves steaks cooked with the use of Hibachi. Hibachi is an essential cooking item in Japanese tradition. Inside a pan, charcoals are kept to provide indoor heating and grilling. It is a piece of portable equipment that aids cooking perfect steaks. The restaurant houses expert sushi and teppanyaki chefs. San Antonio is lucky to have an establishment that allows diners to see the whole cooking process. At Sumo, customers witness the preparation, knife theatrics and fire cooking skills of the chefs. They offer seafood, chicken, steaks, and vegetables. The restaurant uses beef from the Kobeashi cattle native to Kumamoto Japan. It has lower cholesterol with it’s amazing ratio of fat to meat thereby supporting weight loss.
Edamame, Gyoza, Sumo’s Trio, Kobeashi Tataki, Yum Yum Crab, Tempura, Sumo Hibachi, Signature Sumo Dishes, Sushi Salads, Sumo Sides, Seafood Hibachi, Hibachi Noodles, Sumo Mini, Sumo Sweets
“Super fun and interactive, and the food was delicious!!! I don’t feel like you get enough rice, so order double because the fried rice is AMAZING!!! Can’t wait to go back.” –Gigi
Wild Goji Restaurant & Bar
Wild Goji Restaurant & Bar took its inspiration from the Goji berry. Goji is a type of berry commonly seen in Asia and proven to be rich in betacarotene. The beta carotene is crucial in maintaining a healthy skin. Not only that but the fruit helps support immunity and eye health. At the restaurant, they provide a glass of water infused with the super fruit. The company brought the distinct Asian street food experience to San Antonio. They serve dishes that originated from Japan like the sushi and ramen. Aside from these, they also offer other Asian food like soups and dumplings.
Yakitori, Sushi, Lunch Bento, Cocktails, Sushi, Chef’s Special, Street Starter, Asian Street Food
“Delicious calamari! Some of the best I’ve had. Love the atmosphere, chairs are comfy! Really awesome menu! Highly recommend checking this place out!” –Mike J.
Sushi Zushi wants diners to discover the exotic and authentic charm of Japanese cuisines. They experimented with the usual home-style recipes and came up with a contemporary version. All types of customers are welcome at the restaurant, either an adventurer, purist or first-timer. Their experienced chefs can excite their taste buds with their artistic preparation and presentation of the dishes. The whole process entails their Latin American inspiration and their memory of authentic Japanese cooking. Years of exploration led them to their incredible menu boasting of different kinds of rolls and sake.
Rolls (Signature, Crab, Eel, Tuna, Salmon & Yellowtail, Traditional, Spicy), Traditional Bowls, Noodles & Rice, Japanese Comfort Foods, Bento Boxes, Temaki-Zushi, Sashimi, Nigiri
“Amazing Sushi!! Made to order. Austin, the manager, was warm and welcoming. Clean and fresh and new age. Sushi Zushi is an amazing place for sushi in downtown San Antonio.” – Patsy McWilliams
Goro’s Sushi specializes in serving dishes made for the whole family. It is a fine dining restaurant creating native Japanese delicacies and various Asian offerings. The establishment blends the ideas of Japanese traditions and Asian culture. They have been serving outstanding meal selections since its opening in 1997. Their menu consists of famous dishes prepared by their artisan sushi chefs. These chefs spent years of training under a sushi master to be acquainted with the art of making sushi. Diners are ensured that they are enjoying one of the finest sushi in town. They can even choose from their numerous types of rolls. Each kind signifies a specific flavor and named after a unique place, event and ingredient.
Appetizers, Fresh Salads, Sides, Desserts, Drinks, Maki Sushi, Chef Specials, Entrees
“Definitely a popular dinner spot in San Antonio. The restaurant inside isn’t very large, so it tends to be a bit overcrowded. Service is good, sushi is good, even non sushi items are good. The Crawfish roll is a must! The Alamo roll is really spicy. And the UT rolls also a good staple.” –Adrianna Moryl
Sushihana Japanese Restaurant
Sushihana Japanese Restaurant was established in 2002 at the busy streets of San Antonio Texas. They aimed to maintain and upheld the preserved culture of Japanese cooking. This included the classic art of preparing dishes with select quality produce. They have combined the ancient recipe with the modern innovations available nowadays. Diner’s get to enjoy the resulting taste this fusion created. The restaurant has a dedicated team of chefs that makes an artistic introduction of spices and sauces to ingredients. They serve main entrees, sushi, sashimi side by side with their premium sake, wine, Japanese and American beer.
Happy Hour, Lunch, Entree, Nigiri, Sashimi, Makimono, Appetizers & Sides, Beverage, Dessert
“I had the best sushi ever. I have had sushi even in Japan and this is by far the best place to eat. Place is clean and again food is great pictures coming soon.” –Hagerawi
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