Best Sushi in Frisco

Sushi, in Texas? If you are planning a vacation to the greater Dallas area, you’re probably apt to search for a nice barbecue joint for the family to enjoy. While Texas is known for its BBQ, if you intend to stay a while you’re going to want some variety. In the Frisco area just north of Dallas proper – a popular destination for accommodations and recreation – you’ll find a number of top restaurants, including a number of Japanese restaurants rated among the best in the region.

So when you’re all ribbed out, why not try a California roll or something more exotic at any of these fine sushi lounges.

Kotta Sushi Lounge

6959 Lebanon Rd. #108
Frisco, TX 75034

Located in Uptown District of Dallas and Frisco, we feature an extensive menu with a selection of only the freshest seafood and fish flown in from Japan and the pacific oceans, Kotta is perfect for everything from a quick, flavorful lunch to an indulgent, leisurely dinner. Waiting to complement any meal are fine wines and premium sakes. – kottasushilounge.com

Kobe Teppan & Sushi

2832 W. Eldorado Parkway, Suite 208
Frisco, TX

Kobe Teppan & Sushi(Frisco) offers delicious dining and takeout to Frisco, TX. Kobe Teppan & Sushi(Frisco) is a cornerstone in the Frisco community and has been recognized for its outstanding Sushi cuisine, excellent service, and friendly staff. Our Sushi restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high-quality fresh ingredients. – kobeteppansushitx.com

Sake Toro Sushi

8801 Coleman Boulevard
Frisco, TX

Fashionably modern low-lit venue for Japanese fare, with a 40-foot long sushi & sake bar. – saketoro.wixsite.com

Jinbeh Japanese Restaurant

2693 Preston Rd.
Frisco, TX 75034
(214) 619-1200

Jinbeh 甚兵衛 was once a common surname among the farmers and peasants during the feudal “medieval” ages of Japan. Chosen this name by the owner, Ben Matsuda, to symbolize the core values of what the name represented: humility, honesty, and hard work. The word also can be used to describe what a Jinbeh-San commonly wore: a double-breasted, short-sleeve cotton top with long, knee-high cotton pants. Although Jinbeh no longer exists as one’s name in modern day Japan, the name will always be remembered as the beacon of the historic era for the individuals who created the foundation of the Japanese economy and strong work ethic. – jinbeh.com

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