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Tokyo Live in Abbeville, LA
1601 W Pinhook Rd
Japanese RestaurantsSushi BarsSteak HousesSeafood Restaurants
Love the grill, a little pricey but awesome food and service
3013 Veterans Memorial Dr Suite 105
Japanese RestaurantsSushi BarsAsian RestaurantsRestaurants
This restaurant should be declared a disaster area by FEMA. The Hibachi scallop was overcooked, tasteless and had the texture of canned cat food. I chewed the Hibachi steak over fifty times to render one of the pieces swallowable. The sushi were among the worst I’ve encounter in a restaurant. After experiencing several dishes that crossed the gap that separates awful from Unbearable. I could not take another bite. The irony of the Wonderful Roll, I do not understand how anybody can taste that and think it's a good idea. It needs to be put in a sack and drowned in the nearest bayou. The bad service left us feeling like we couldn’t leave soon enough.
3.Tokyo Japanese Steak House
3511 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Sushi BarsJapanese RestaurantsBarbecue RestaurantsSteak Houses
We choose wild caught seafood products whenever possible to provide the freshest, best tasting dishes. our chefs meticulously pair the ingredients to offer the best dining experience possible. From the gracious service to the charming atmosphere, we certainly strive provide a spectacular overall dining experience Come in for a delicious meal topped off with delectable desserts.
4.Tokyo Japanese Steak House
1000 Parkview Dr
Japanese RestaurantsAsian RestaurantsBarbecue RestaurantsSushi Bars
I have been to Tokyo many times. I have also been to bojangles. First of all, if your going to eat sushi, you need to sit at the bar and meet the chef preparing your food. Its about the experience. Bojangles doesnt really offer that. Their bar is almost at the front door and doesnt seem to be really set up for guest. So, I have a favorite chef. Chef Aaron. Trust him. Dont order from the menu. Tell him if you like sushimi, sushi, rolls, cooked, raw, sweet, spicey, etc. If you do this, you will enjoy your experience and also show the chef that you have enough respect for his expertise to let him choose what he feels is the best fish that day. Also, soy sauce is to be used with sushimi (just raw fish). If you get sushi (rice and fish), dont dip the rice in soy. The rice is something that they put alot of work into making perfect. Dipping it in any sauce is the equivalent of asking for ketchup at a 5 star steakhouse. If you get rolls, dont use soy. It is going to come with a sauce if the chef intends on it having a sauce. Sit to the left of the sushi bar. Traditionally, your most experience chefs will be on the left. I personally tell Chef Aaron, if available, that I like Sushimi, Sushi, and Rolls. I tell him I would like him to choose what he thinks would be best and I am never disappointed. I get creations that arent on the menu.
1823 N Parkerson Ave
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