Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, United States. With water, water everywhere, visitors to Kill Devil HIlls indulge in fishing and crabbing, quiet kayaking, robust surfing or parasailing, peaceful seaside cycling and that favorite, toes-in-the-sand enjoyment of the beach.This barrier island township is the center of the Northern beach and home to about 7,000 year-round residents. Summer welcomes visitors anxious to share the natural landscapes and village-like appeal. Savor long stretches of Atlantic views and silky sands. If you’re a history buff, visit area lighthouses and the National Memorial honoring Wilbur and Orville Wright, who accomplished the first controlled powered flight in 1903. In nearby Kitty Hawk, Seascape Golf Links challenge players with changing elevations and coastal landscapes. A popular day trip just 17 miles to the southwest, the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Elizabeth Gardens and live performances of “The Lost Colony” combine to preserve and present the background of Native American culture and Sir Walter Raleigh’s colonization efforts in the late 1500’s.
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4 based on 149 reviews
Just had lunch there, appitizer platter and chicken Pad Tai. Apps were OK, small lumpia, spring rolls, not much in them, like eating fried wraps. Wings were good, and the won ton. Not much chicken in the Pad Tai, mostly noodles, and not spicy enough for us, I guess we are spoiled from eating at our favorite Rama Garden in Norfolk. They were very busy for lunch, full house, service was good, even with all the orders. Probably would not eat there again, just too average. I think if you like Sushi, you would like theirs. No sushi I.
4 based on 134 reviews
We had dined here when we were on vacation a few years ago and it was relatively good, so we decided to stop in again for dinner. When we walked in the hostess was very nice. Small wait but no biggie. When we were seated the waiter was like a tyrant. He rushed us to get our drink order. He was extremely rude the entire time. The grills are dirty and need to be cleaned. Dried food crumbs in the crevices that have clearly been in there awhile. Our chef came and he was friendly but he burned his arm while he was doing the volcano. After that he rushed to finish cooking the food and the vegetables werenât cooked all the way. Our waiter came back and gave us the checks and we were charged for extra chicken that we didnât receive. So, the waiter went over to the chef and cursed at him in front of us and another table. We couldnât believe how horrible the service was. The staff was not friendly other than the hostess. We will not return.
4 based on 71 reviews
The craftsmen at Single Fin Bistro Bar & Grill offer a culinary experience unmatched in quality and care. Pair your meal with a cocktail, beer or wine from the full bar, and savor every second you're here.
With all the glowing reviews we had to try this place since we greatly love oriental cuisine and the choices are limited for us locals in the Outer Banks. First, we probably should have had a sushi appetizer because of the many great reviews sushi gets from other visitors. Instead, wife ordered the Pad Thai with softshell crab and I had the mixed vegetables with shrimp (both ordered on the mild hotness option).The Pad Thai was done well but could have had more fish sauce ingredient for better flavor; also next time we would order the medium spicy option and suggest that for others as a better choice (no fish, hot or soy sauces available on the table to adjust your own flavor choice).The mixed vegetable dish was disappointing for two main reasons: the vegetables were mainly onions, regular cabbage pieces and bell pepper with a few mushrooms and broccoli florets. Totally bummed out that there were no bean sprouts or any other of the usual chinese vegetables or chinese mushrooms/black fungus. Use of regular cabbage instead of Bok Choi and the bell pepper could were not what I think of as "oriental" cuisine.Finally, the "sauce" on my dish consisted of a watery beef broth with a hint of oriental flavors..........not bad, just not typical or something I would want again.We will definitely go back to this restaurant and try the sushi and perhaps a ramped up spiciness for the Pad Thai.Servings are small for the price and don't expect leftovers to take home.
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