Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Roanoke. A 100-foot high star atop a mountain and visible from miles around welcomes you to the "Star City of the South," a great beginning for your weekend getaway to this city rich in culture, history, fun and entertainment. Close to the star is the Mill Mountain Zoological Park, where you'll see the endangered Snow Leopard, Amur Tiger and Red Wolf, along with 40-plus other animal species. The Center in the Square is the city's cultural hub, where you can catch a Broadway-quality show at the Mill Mountain Theatre or hear the celebrated Roanoke Symphony. Museums are everywhere, and whether your interest lies in art, history, science or transportation, you'll find a museum to match it. The Harrison Museum of African-American Culture honors achievements of African Americans and includes an impressive African exhibit. For underground delights, head over to the Dixie Caverns for a 45-minute tour of breathtaking cave formations, after which you can browse through pottery, rock and mineral and other shops. There's something to keep you occupied and entertained every minute in this environmentally-conscious, friendly and very welcoming Virginia city.
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4 based on 76 reviews
My sister in law ordered a variety of items, including Roanoke chicken, and Cashew Chicken, etc. Both were fairly good but I guess she had ordered Broccoli Chicken as well and they did not give it to them. Other than a mixup with the order the food was fairly above average. The pork dumplings (I believe they were pork) were good as well.
4 based on 84 reviews
Checked in with the hostess 5 minutes before our reservation time. After a half hour checked with the hostess who rudely insisted we had not checked in. After another check and another half hour we were finally seated. Another 10 minutes before a waitress arrived. Waitress was obviously overloaded but did an excellent job given the crowd. The manager was on the floor trying to help. Food quality and service has gone down since our last visit. Vegetables were mostly onions with a little zucchini. Noise was deafening. Time to find another Japanese steak house.
5 based on 17 reviews
Visited here while visiting family in the Roanoke. This place definitely doesnât disappoint. Amazing Japanese food at an excellent price, with two entreeâs with a one soda was 23 dollars. You definitely get your moneyâs worth eating here! I tried the teriyaki chicken with rice and vegetables. Cooked fresh, and perfectly seasoned. This place definitely comes recommended.
4 based on 97 reviews
We didn't experience any of the issues mentioned in other reviews. The staff was very friendly. I will say their take on the teriyaki entrees was different than what we're used to, but it was delicious. My husband and son really enjoyed the sushi too!
4 based on 87 reviews
Are you looking for top quality sushi at affordable prices? Visit Ben Gui Sushi and get Japanese cuisine and sushi that you would find in a big city. We serve Japanese Cuisine as well as Sushi, with an environment that is family friendly. We are an excell
My background - Sushi: as in raw fish - lover of food, traveled across US (Boston to San Diego) to Japan...This place has great service, friendly staff and excellent sashimi and sake! Who would expect in land locked Roanoke? There are actually a few really solid Sushi spots, others with other Chinese/ Japanese food, too. This place is focused on fish! And apparently the rolls and specials are fantastic, too, based on the people around me. I've moved Ben Gui to the top of my sushi list in Roanoke! Then 'Taste of Asia', Wasabi and 'Cafe Asia2'.Enjoy!
4 based on 280 reviews
Having been on the road over a week we were craving Asian food. This restaurant seemed like a good bet with Sushi, Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese foods all available. We dined on Summer Rolls, Seaweed Salad,Miso Soup, Shumai Soup, a Salmon Cucumber Maki Roll and a Four Treasures entree with 4 proteins. Glasses of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay were great accompaniments. We left very full and happy with the quality and selection of our dining choices.
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