Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in California, Maryland, United States. California is a census-designated place and community in St. Mary's County, Maryland, United States. The population was 11,857 at the 2010 census, an increase of 27.4% from the 2000 census. California continues to grow with the spread of population out from the older adjacent community of Lexington Park and the growth in both technology-related and defense-related jobs at the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. There are department stores and numerous shopping centers situated along Maryland Highway 235 ("Three Notch Road"). Maryland Route 4 crosses Highway 235 in California, providing access to the wide Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge and the popular weekend resort town of Solomons, Maryland on the opposite side. Bridge-bound traffic is infamous for backing up during rush hour.
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4 based on 64 reviews
Ate lunch here on a Saturday.What we liked:1. Friendly, solicitous service from start to finish2. Impeccable food, beautifully garnished, fresh and a delight to the eyes and palate. We ordered two Bento boxes, and they were so lovely: crunchy, light tempura; fresh, flavorful sushi, perfectly done white rice, and a bunch of other things for which I don't have a Japanese name. It was all DELICIOUS.3. Lovely interior. Quiet, low lights, clean and nicely appointed.4. Price was not too high--about what you'd expect. For two lunches and one mixed bar drink the bill came to $30 before tax.What we didn't like:1. Ladies' room was clean but the towel rack was empty.
3 based on 31 reviews
The food was okay, average at best. The server was less than average. The price was average for the food and amount. Great location with plenty of parking.
Come by your local Noodles & Company at 46360 Lexington Village Way, , Lexington Park where its globally inspired dishes including noodles, soups and salads, come together to create a World Kitchen.
First time trying out this noodle shop, I find it surprisingly good, but not excellent since it tailored itself fast food style after all. The prices are all near $10 range for a big bowl of noodle which is okay to me. There are various type including Italian, Chinese, Thai, etc. which is why I called this noodle shop all in one.
4 based on 22 reviews
Had the bulgogi for the first time ever. I liked it. Thin, tender, marinated beef... teriyaki flavors but not overwhelming. Also had the ramen burger...omg. really enjoyed it. Let me warn you that this burger is MESSY. I happen to love messy burgers. The messier the better in my book. I was very happy with this burger. The sauce on it was good. Only thing I would change next time would be mayonnaise on it. If you want something different to eat, go here.
3 based on 20 reviews
This is a nice little place to stop in and get some sushi for lunch. The food has always been good when I visited. If it was closer to work I would go more often.
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