Get down Soupy!. This is my favorite IE sushi place. They serve fresh med. size cuts of fish (i hate it when the pieces are really giant). Also Soupy know exactly how to make my hot sauce. Rooster sauce, chili powder, jalepenos and a dash of sesame oil. MMM i really don't like to go anywhere else. Also the specials rolls and dishes are really good so ask em' about those. If you are looking to be naughty try the 50/50 but don't drink and drive after :) Ps. Soupy is one of the Sushi chefs i like.
LOVE the Geisha!.
Thomas Jefferson and I went here for Dinner this past weekend and ate at the Sushi Bar I had 2 Geisha's (excellent liqqa beverage) and he had something like I think a Mai Tai and Sake... All was good.
We ordered a HUGE amount of Sushi and was very very satisfied had a dynamite roll, eel special roll, scallops, mushrooms and onion concoction that was extremely delicious. I had been to Toyko Kitchen in the past (as it is in my neighborhood) and could recall the excellent beverages :) and the Teppen kitchen that they are well known for but if you are looking for something light to eat... such as Sushi head over to Tokyo Kitchen in Montclair don't let the outside fool you.
Awesome teppanyaki!. Our family made this a Halloween tradition for years when I was growing up. I used to go next door to the Egghead Software afterwards and check out the latest Apple II games, to give you an idea how long Tokyo Kitchen's been around! I never tried the sushi as I didn't start eating it until after I moved away, but the service and food will always have a special place in my heart. The sesame salad dressing is the best I've ever had.
Best Sushi in the 909. We have tried many sushi bars in the IE but Tokyo Kitchen is by far the best. Fresh fish, creative dishes and awesome service. The sushi chefs are fun and are "artists" in their trade. This is not your typical loud over-the-top sushi bar. The sushi bar is small so there may be a wait but it's worth it. The teppan grill is also excellent and we usually sit there when we go with our non-sushi eating friends and still order from the sushi bar.
Our favorite restaurant. We love eating here this is where our kids like to go when they get good grades on their report cards
Sushi Bar Heaven. Recently expanded to allow for a larger capacity, this is one of my favorite sushi bar locations ever. The sushi chefs there are amazing, always surprising you wish special treats that they create themselves. The restaurant itself is quite big, has a benihana style, but the sushi bar is relatively smaller, serving maybe fourteen to sixteen so go early. Do not forget to kampai with the chefs and ask for your very own sake box. Atmosphere and Service are incredible.
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