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looking for updated list on the best sushi restaurants in dallas

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I've been searching on this site and internet in general looking for an updated list of the best sushi restaurants in the dallas area. Can someone post a link or give me your opinions?

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  1. Can't go wrong with Masami on Beltline and 75. Always excellent sushi at standard prices.

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    1. re: fairviewguy

      Yeah Masami. That and Sushi Sake are my go to places.

      If I lived closer, I would go to Yutaka more often.

    2. My favorites are Little Katana in Uptown and Sushi Axiom on Henderson. I still think Blue fish is a good, consistant choice and they are popping up everywhere. I've heard Sushi on McKinney is back in a new location but I have not tried it yet. At the old location, special no. 10 and the spicy tuna rolls were to die for.

      1. I 2nd the recommendation for Blue Fish. Miyoshi on Parker and Preston has a killer spicy tuna handroll. I recently had great sushi at Naan, after having a so-so experience my first time there. So, in my opinion it's a 50/50 shot. Miyoshi is definitely a quiet little joint, they offer all you can eat at lunch, as well.

        1. If you're looking for the best sushi then I recommend Tei Tei or Teppo. Little Katana and Sushi Axiom are solid choices, but Tei Tei and Teppo should be at the top of the list.

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          1. re: swicker

            I really like Teppo. Funky with fresh and tasty sushi.

          2. For who's definition of "best"? And "sushi" for that matter. Are you looking for nigiri or rolls(maki)?

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            1. re: luniz

              Agreed, knowing this is very helpful because I wouldn't know where to start as far as making recommendations on who has good rolls. Does price point/value matter? If I'm feeling cheap, Sushi of Plano's $1 sushi deal is very hard to top. Otherwise I like ordering off Masami's white board and I plan on taking a trip to Denton to do omakase off Keiichi - have heard nothing but wonderful experiences there.

              Blue Fish's sushi isn't worth mentioning at all, it's about on par with grocery store sushi.

              1. re: air

                Maybe you had a bad experience, I really enjoyed it every time I have been. Not as good as Miyoshi, but still worth a mention.

            2. Yutaka Sushi Bistro-Traditional with a lot of creative ideas as well. The fish is always fresh and the right temperature. Teppo and Tei Tei are my second choices. For a full Asian (Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, etc ) menu including sushi, Oishi is great too.

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              1. re: sl1

                second, Tei Tei and Yutaka.

              2. Ok, I'm going to "up date" the best sushi in Dallas. It used to be, Sushie Sake. It still is!

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                1. re: twinwillow

                  have you been to Yutaka?

                  1. re: luniz

                    Thanks everyone. I like rolls and my husband and son are far more adventurous sushi/sashimi eaters. We have been to Little Katana on Travis a couple of times. Maybe I heard wrong but I thought I heard that Teppo had some Health voilations problems..no? If not, we might give that one a try since it's close and probably cheaper that Tei tei.

                    1. re: luniz

                      Yes. I prefer Teppo.