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Somebody Help This Poor Girl: Sushi in North Dallas

Disher wants sushi. Hear her roar:

My cousin is in town staying at the Tollway and Spring Valley and wants to go out for sushi tonight. Is there somewhere good in that area, or in Addison you can recommend?

28 comments on “Somebody Help This Poor Girl: Sushi in North Dallas

  1. Sushi Robata is right up the tollway on Frankford. Love their happy hour (cheap chu hai or $2 for a 20 oz pour of Kirin on draft!). Tell them you’d like to sit at the bar and ask for Mori.

    You could also go to Richardson for Sushi Sake or Masami.

  2. Sushi Robati is the closest decent quality authentic restaurant in the area. I would not suggest Blue fish.

  3. I’d “third” Blue Fish and “second” Sushi Robata — both are consistently good. If you’re willing to drive a little farther, I’d also recommend Sushi Sake (near Campbell & 75).

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  5. Kenichi in Victory Park, it’s only 15 minutes away. Being at Spring Valley means they are going to get in a car regardless, just drive the extra 10 minutes.

  6. I just love Rock N Roll Sushi at Preston Center. It’s about the same distance south of the Galleria as others mentioned, and they’ve been feeding us fabulous sushi for years!

  7. If you don’t mind driving up the Tollway for 10 minutes, RA Sushi in The Shops at Legacy is amazing. Great food and drink happy hour specials also!

  8. KU Sushi, SW corner of Preston/Forest. Quality ingredients, more than just sushi. Great tempura veggie roll.

  9. Sushi Robati and Mr. Sushi are average at best, in my opinion. Completely forgettable. Check out Masu Sushi just west of the Tollway on Park/Hebron is much, much better than either of those.

  10. I’m sure any of these places are fine, but I recently visited Kampaii and did NOT like it. They ruined miso soup and I’ve never had a miso soup I didn’t like.

  11. Ku Sushi at Preston/Forest is great and Otaru in Addison has some good sushi and drink specials.

  12. Thanks to everyone for the suggestions! We ended up going to Blue Fish for a couple of reasons: 1. It was close to the hotel where my cousin was staying, and 2. they are one of the only places I know of that offer brown rice on their sushi and as I am on a “no white flour/rice” diet I figured that would be perfect. And it was. We had a wonderful meal – the ahi tuna tower was incredibly delicious, the sashimi just perfect and the service was fantastic as well. I highly recommend it!