There's also different varieties of sushi rolls that are also cooked, baked, or fried. My boyfriend and I usually order the nigiri deluxe and a couple of different rolls each time we are here. Nothing can be better than trying mouthwatering nigiri, prawns and teriyaki salmon. Haha The reviews on this place are accurate: It's a pleasant experience for a reasonable price with outstanding service. Service: The owners, Kim and Chef Sam, are extremely personable and kind.
The manager, Jake, is also professional and will help you with any issues you may have. . Also, I've never actually eaten inside since I always order over the phone and pick-up. We had a few rolls and Scottish Salmon sashimi. Every ingredient was perfect and the rice in the sushi roll was still warm. Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out.
It's very fresh, and their signature rolls are amazing. I ordered veggie tempura and the Flaming Shrimp Roll. Ever since Inagiku at the Waldorf Astoria closed, I have been looking for a real tempura place. I ordered a lunch special, and assumed it would probably arrive pre-made. The batter was light and tasty, but the variety and flavor of most of the offerings was a little disappointing. Wish i could rate higher than 5 stars! They make sure to take care of their patrons and get to know you on a personal level.
The map will then zoom in on its location. Or the fact that they have metal chopsticks instead of disposable wooden chopsticks. Abalone was tough and without flavor. All if the aTempura selections are good choices. It's clear that the chefs put a lot of care into their work because the cuts are always beautifully cut and the rolls look well-executed.
They have bento boxes, tempura appetizers, and habachi. I like tempura batter to be thin, so that you can see the vegetables through the coating, and this was just perfect. For a restaurant in College Station, you'd think that the quality would be medicore, however, you will find that you are completely wrong! Value: We think for the quality of fish, this is the best value for our money as it's not super overpriced but it does veer on the more pricier side not by much though, the price is pretty reasonable compared to other sushi restaurants in town. This place started attracting its customers due to the Zomato rating of 4. Dinners are usually served in private tatami mat rooms, most of which have views over the wonderful little garden around which the restaurant and the adjoining ryokan is built.
There's really something for everybody. Service: The owners, Kim and Chef Sam, are extremely personable and kind. To start I want to say it was a Saturday evening and they had 2 large party going. But, that's just indicative of how amazing the food is here. I have even ordered it for pick up and the to go packaging is top notch. Need to get out of the house? Even the supervising waiter, who spoke Japanese, did not act like a very Japanese person. We had to flag people to get refill and everything.
Dinners are usually served in private tatami mat rooms, most of which have views over the wonderful little garden around which the restaurant and the adjoining ryokan is built. We had the smaller Tempura Teishoku lunch and it was delicious. I came into College Station for a quick visit, to the veterinary hospital. Abalone was tough and without flavor. Recommendations: Appetizer- Hamachi with jalapeno, gyoza, butterfly kiss Sushi- the nigiri is amazing, we especially love the king salmon here Rolls- Fantastic, Sakura, Pandora, Flaming Unagi Desserts- Tempura cheesecake Downside: It gets pretty busy during the weekend evenings, so make reservations to secure a table. I had a lunch set menu 40 dollars , which is great value. The sashimi course with fresh tofu topped with uni was probably the best thing of meal.
Fresh and simple ingredients fried to perfection. For a restaurant in College Station, you'd think that the quality would be medicore, however, you will find that you are completely wrong! However, you may have difficulties reading the menu if you prefer bright lights to see. The service is always fantastic too. The soft lights and dark colors make this place relaxing and comfortable. From Our Editors 40 Tempura Sushi Restaurant offers a trendy setting and well-dressed sushi rolls. The servers were running mad. We ordered beef hibachi with fried rice, sashimi sampler red tuna, scottish salmon, yellowtail and sake tataki.
Or the fact that they have metal chopsticks instead of disposable wooden chopsticks. Atmosphere: The restaurant is dimly lit which provides a cozy ambience, which I love in a restaurant. All users are free to download and save the 40 Tempura menu files, but can not duplicate or distribute them for any commercial use without prior written permission of the copyright holder. My boyfriend and I usually order the nigiri deluxe and a couple of different rolls each time we are here. We get the sushi bento box because it comes with a miso soup, side salad, and different kinds of sushi. Quantity: There's a large variety on the menu, even for people who are not huge fans of raw sushi. Haha The reviews on this place are accurate: It's a pleasant experience for a reasonable price with outstanding service.
By entering my email above, I agree Groupon can send me emails for local services, shopping, travel and Groupon updates. A number of people have noticed that prices are adequate for what you receive. I've only eaten at Atami and Naked Fish locally before 40 Tempura, and this has easily been the best sushi in the area, and best experience overall. Our batter includes Dashi, a Japanese soup stock made from fish and kelp, as well as eggs, which may not comply with your vegetarian requirements. The tempura was rather home-y, and not professional. Recommend to sit at the bar to see all of the frying action! Prawn, crab and mushroom were outstanding.