Best Japanese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Japanese food in Cape Elizabeth. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Japanese restaurants near you.. Cape Elizabeth is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The town is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. As of the 2010 census, Cape Elizabeth had a population of 9,015.
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4 based on 238 reviews
This is a friendly and pleasant place to eat. The menu (for lunch and I think dinner) lets you choose one item from each of two columns. My friend and I are not small eaters, but neither of us came close to finishing what we ordered, which in each case was two items.We very much enjoyed our meal. My friend was very happy with his curried ramen, but I found the carrot and daikon salad which he ordered (he let me taste) to be a bit bland. I had the pokedon, an bowl which looked small compared to my friend's soup, but turned out to be ample. There was quite a lot of tuna chunks and cucumber, and a great deal of seasoned rise underneath (mayonnaise-based?), and hint of spiciness. I also had the brussels sprouts, which have long been a favorite of mine here -- roasted and full flavored with a sauce which seems soy-based.I noticed sushi rolls being served to other diners, and they are about twice the size of what would normally be seen in a sushi place.I find myself wondering if it could become possible to get two smaller salads, instead of the one enormous one. Regardless, while this is more than I would usually spend for lunch, it is good value, especially if you are hungry.
4 based on 321 reviews
Had an outstanding culinary experience, while experience was a great value. I had the 4 course dinner menu which included Oysters, Demi Chirasi, Toro, and Uni (sea urchin) with sake, one of the freshest and beautifully prepared I hade. The service was outstanding, with each course wonderfully described. Others at the table had the Omakase which after seeing made me want to come back and try. While a wonderful Japanese dining experience, it was an outstanding meal for any cuisine.
4 based on 249 reviews
Had dinner with my daughter here when visiting her in Portland. Pleasant enough place, with typical sushi and sashimi dishes. I honestly enjoyed the ginger and vodka martini more than my sashimi, which was fine but unremarkable. Dinner was $65 for two, which I thought was a bit steep given the ambiance and the small amount we ate / drank.
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