Discover Restaurants offering the best Sushi food in Coral Springs, Florida, United States. Coral Springs, officially the City of Coral Springs, is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States, approximately 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Fort Lauderdale. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 121,096. It is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to an estimated 6,012,331 people at the 2015 census.
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Spectacular Japanese food and the best service in a cozy atmosphere. Our brand represents a fusion of raw materials, flavors and sensations of Japanese inspiration with Venezuelan touches
South Florida specializes in a strange combination, the Thai sushi restaurant. This restaurant, however, ismost emphatically NOT a Thai sushi restaurant, but rather a sushi restaurtant a la Venezolana, sushi with a Latin flavor. The dishes are mostly rolls based on shrimp, salmon and and tuna, all VERY fresh, in interesting combinations with vegetables and cream cheese(!). This is an authentically interesting place to get sushi, and, while not traditional, the food is delicious and worth exploring. In addition to sushi, they have sushi-based poke bowls, which my wife tried (also very good).The restaurant is very small. When we went a large Spanish speaking family (20 or so) were were having a boisterous and clearly celebratory dinner. While only a tiny establishment in a shop that looks the right size for a take out place, there is something a bit upscale about it. This would not be a bad place at all for a birthday or other important event among family or close friends. The waitstaff (or are they the owner and family) speak perfect English and Spanish--though most of the customers are Spanish speaking.It is really nice to see see something genuinely unique added to the rather limited dining scene in Coral Springs. Since the restaurant is tiny, I suggest reservations. We can all hope that Shibuya Sushi Art will be a financial success. It is already a culinary success, delicious food and a lot of fun.
4 based on 16 reviews
Decided to try this place since we were in the mood for sushi. The place is a small place but don't be fool by that since they have a large menu. There are many options of sushi, and sashimi. You can find pretty much any roll that other places have and in addition they have some of their own creations like the spicy tuna and jalapeno. In addition there was a board with about 15 more items that were not in the printed menu. There are other options like a variety of rice bowls and noodles. The food was fresh and the service was friendly and accommodating. The mochi was very good.
4 based on 26 reviews
There was 11 of us having dinner. We were remembering my aunt who had passed away Monday. We were going to go to another restaurant but could not wait the hour plus to be seated. My younger cousin found this restaurant in the same complex as the first one. They were able to accommodate us right away. This was a better choice as we were able to talk and hear each other no matter where we were sitting at the table. The food was good and the service was good, also. We had a variety of food which was shared among all of us. The price was fair. We would definitely go back to this restaurant.
4 based on 22 reviews
We recently had dinner at this very nice family establishment.The food was very fresh, tasty, and quite delicious.Prices were very good and service was excellent.There was a wide range of choices on the menu.Pleasant atmosphere even though located in a strip shopping center.We will definitely be back!
4 based on 23 reviews
Izumo is a Japanese restaurant located at Brookside Square they have an oriental decor and a Sushi bar. The staff is professional and the chefs entertain while cooking on the Hibachi. You get to set with your group at the Hi.bachi, and order your preference: shrimp, chicken, or steak, and rice and vegetables
4 based on 50 reviews
Tonight was call-it-in and pick-it-up. Dinner for five was excellent; no complaints from anyone. The sushi rolls are superb and all the hot dishes excellent. You can request the degree of 'spicyiness' and they come through perfectly. Order was complete when we arrived and exacty what was ordered by phone.
4 based on 30 reviews
Driving up to Gainesville from Miami and wanted Thai food. Searched the internet and found this great place. As others have said the decor is nothing to look at but the food is super fresh and delicious. Owner very nice. Lovely salad came with the meal. My noodle dish was outstanding with loads of fresh vegetables and tofu. My husband's chicken panang curry had just the right level of spicy. The portions were HUGE. Leftovers for lunch today. Really super place. Wish we lived closer. Go you will be glad you did.
4 based on 71 reviews
Moon Thai & Japanese Coral Springs features a carefully prepared Thai & Japanese menu with the highest quality ingredients. Customer service is our top priority so come enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
Had dinner with the family, party of 4. After telling us the wait would be 10 - 15 minutes, they didn't seat us for close to 40. The service was very poor, but the food was good. Was hard to get water refills, food took forever to come out, and when it did, it didn't all come at once.
4 based on 101 reviews
Had a wonderful meal here .....just great sushi..steamed shumai....tom yum soup, yummy tuna, shake, rolls royce, sweat ocean...and thai donuts for dessert...everything was done right...staff very efficient..open.kitchen very interesting to watch...would highly recommend this small restaurant...definitely would return..very reasonable...!!
4 based on 314 reviews
We have lived in Coral Springs for only a year. My husband had a hankering for Chinese food tonight, and we decided to try Red Ginger Asian Bistro for the first time.We are so glad we did! We arrived at about 7:15 PM on a Saturday night. The parking lot area nearest the restaurant was almost completely full, but we got the one remaining spot. We walked into the restaurant, and although it was extremely busy, with takeout and dine-in customers, we were able to be seated within just moments. Our server, Amy, promptly greeted us and took our drink order. We got a pot of hot tea, and it was piping hot & delicious. My husband ordered miso soup to start, and he received a generous serving of it, in a bowl. He really enjoyed it. I ordered Vegetarian Spring Rolls to start. They were perfect, and were served with generous portions of both Honey Mustard sauce and Duck sauce. My entree was Honey Garlic Chicken, served with rice, and my husband's was called "Rainbow from the Sea", which is a mixed bowl of shrimp, crabmeat, scallops, and veggies in garlic sauce, served with rice. We both enjoyed our entrees, and could not finish them because the portions were very large. We brought the rest of our food home with us. Service was pleasant and prompt. We had no complaints whatsoever.We agreed that this restaurant is definitely worth returning to!
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