Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in Winter Springs, Florida, United States. Winter Springs is a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States. The population was 33,282 at the 2010 census. According to the 2013 Census Bureau estimates, the city has a population of 33,871. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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4 based on 276 reviews
First ask for Lucy she is awesome if your not rigid and willing to try new things. She refills drinks, offers amazing recommendations and is very friendly, personable and attentive. I have never had anything that tastes bad. I have had and liked the Korean wings, buffalo rock shrimp, chochee, pop salad garlic edamame (yum!), flank steak, octopus every way possible, low rider, royal treatment, blue tasting and everything not on the daily menu. Try Specials! Favorites and a must have: Cho CheeLow riderRoyal treatment Lucy roll Garlic edamame Anything Lucy says Pms chocolate dessert Suggestion: bring the beet cake back (not something similar or a spin off). Offer a sign of whoever came up with it to give them credit and promote them. Then sell it again! FYI- I refused to eat raw sushi, hate fishy smell or taste. Iâm always scared of being sick. At this location Iâm never scared. The owner clearly keeps it top notch and has high expectations of quality by observing. His sushi bar is immaculate and everything is like art work in preparation. You pay for what you get.
5 based on 40 reviews
We visited this place last year and went again today (February 2018). Itâs not as good, itâs better!! Had the deep fried squid legs, which were so tender and good! Had all kinds of sushi, including the king of the sea, volcano, California rolls and edamame. Had the best Japanese crepes ever and the Japanese ice cream. This place is in a little strip center in Casselberry. One of the best sushi places I have ever been to, and I have been to Nobu and lots of other high end places. Definitely will go back.
4 based on 60 reviews
I am a believer in a dining experience rather than just eating for sustenance. When I spend a fair amount of money on dinner, I do not need to watch a video screen and prefer a peaceful environment rather than have K-Pop music offending my senses. In addition to a great atmosphere, in a small space no less, Nagoya had excellent food.We had a Travelzoo voucher and it brought the price down, but I still would go back and pay full price. The sushi was the best I have had in the Orlando area, especially the yellowtail. It was delicious, fresh and flavorful. We also tried the tuna, salmon and eel, all which were good. Ordinarily, we order a round of nigiri, followed by a few rolls, but this time we ended up ordering a second round of nigiri and just one roll because the fish was so fresh. The spicy spider roll was good, not great, and we will try to order some different rolls next time to see what might be better. The Seafood Crush appetizer was an interesting dish, tempura fried eggplant topped with small shrimp and scallops in a sweet seafood sauce. At $5.50 it is a nice choice although I would have rather have had just eggplant. I'm a fan. Staff was very nice although our server was a little slow because he was busy with a lot of carryout orders. They have a nice wine list, good selection of reasonable asian beers as well as sake choices. Side note: The review that mentioned about the sushi chef putting rolls on a dirty plate was a little harsh. We sat at the sushi bar and the plate was merely a queueing station for space. The plate was not used by any diner, it was merely a space for the chef to queue the rolls, so that he could cut them all at one time. If he did the same thing behind the counter, no one would say anything and I don't believe it would be an unsanitary practice.
3 based on 57 reviews
My son once again wanted Oyishi for dinner. The meal is good and very reasonably priced. Chicken, shrimp and rice for $9.00 with a drink. We don't have the vegetables because it appears to just be cabbage. Good food, great company. Only downfall is the restaurant is located at the mall and every teenager in Ovideo frequents this place. The other day it was a table filled with LOUD teenage girls. They were done eating, but found it necessary to sit and converse loudly for the next 30+ minutes.
4 based on 26 reviews
shrimp & crab meat rolls are to die for and reasonably priced...first time there and what a pleasure...we are going back soon......
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