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Best Sushi in Dallas not named NOBU, TEPPO, or TEI-TEI

Looking for a new sushi restaurant w/ late hours. Any help and recommendations would be appreciated.

Regards,

Abe

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  1. nandina on lowest greenville is open till 3am.

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    1. re: ssh

      Yes, Sushi Sake is the best, but if it's late night, then Nandina is my go-to.

      1. re: vktp

        I've been hearing a lot about Sushi Sake. Where is Nandina?

        1. re: adkim

          http://www.guidelive.com/portal/page?...

          Lower Greenville. The sushi is fair, but it's the only place I know of that serves after 10 or 11 at night.

    2. Late night, with great $1 sushi specials on Tuesday and Saturday: Sushiyama on Forrest one block west of Greenville.

      Best Sushi in town is still Sushi Sake, Richardson.

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      1. re: MarcusB

        Ok, I finally went to Sushiyama for the first time last night. Wow! The sushi itself was certainly not on par with something like Yutaka (or even Genki), but their extensive menu of authentic non-sushi items plus the general ambiance made me feel like I was back in Japan. I think I just found a place to hang out!

        1. re: Perramount

          Piranha, but it's not in Dallas. http://www.piranhakillersushi.com/ Never really been a fan of Nandina. STEEL is good, and Tei Tei should really be avoided.

          TT

      2. Sushi Sapporo
        3211 Oak Lawn
        214-528-2700

        I don't know if it is the best, but I've never had a bad piece of fish in this place. BIG sushi bar so you don't have to worry about all of the seats being taken. The chefs are good and the food is always fresh and well prepared.

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        1. Not the best in town, but it is still pretty tasty,Deep Sushi on Elm.

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          1. re: simply_victoria

            Yeah, Deep Sushi is an old stand-by. If only it wasn't located in Deep Ellum.

          2. I second Sushi Sake in Richardson, but it is the closest to me, so I might be a little prejudiced.