Reviews on Japanese food in Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States. With the majestic Organ Mountains to the east and the mighty Rio Grande to the west, Las Cruces stands as an oasis at the junction of the I-10 and I-25. New Mexico State University makes its home here, among fine art galleries, informative museums, a lively theater scene and high desert terrain. The sun almost always seems to be shining in Las Cruces, which enjoys on average 350 days of clear blue skies per year, making it the perfect base to explore the breathtaking surrounding area.
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4 based on 256 reviews
Aqua Reef is a unique dining experience where East meets West and blend together for a true culinary treat. Always sensitive to your dietary needs Aqua Reef offers an extensive vegetarian and gluten free menu. We invite you to experience the intimate, rom
Aqua Reef is a delight. It's so refreshing to find sushi of ths quality in the desert SW. The bento boxes are delicious, and its difficult to pass up the pecan encrusted chicken katsu. Wonderful wait-staff and management, too. Dear DesertDeb48, We thank you for such kind words! We are glad you had a great experience; we look forward to serving you soon!
4 based on 47 reviews
We've eaten here a few times. The Japanese food-sashimi, negiri, and rolls are excellent. The wait staff and chefs are from California, China, and Las Cruces. They have a large selection of items to choose from which are from my experience all very good to excellent. They serve wine and beer (including Asian beers). The only problem I've had is that they have tepenyaki grills in the back of restaurant which can be loud as they clang the grill or the group cheers on the chef. The price is right and the food is truly very good.
4 based on 46 reviews
The food here is the best I have ever had. It's not just the bentos that are amazing but the curry as well. But, my favorite is definitely the Ginger Beef Bento! It makes my mouth water just thinking about it! The waiter is also really friendly, and attentive; I doesn't take any of them more than five minutes, usually, to fill up our drinks. It's a little dark in there, but I think it's nice, and mostly quite, as it isn't busy when I go.
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