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Jun 22, 2009 07:22 AM

looking for updated list on the best sushi restaurants in dallas

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.