Review: Sushi Sake – Richardson

 

For dinner, I decided to visit Sushi Sake. Sushi Sake is a Japanese Izakaya located in Richardson, TX. I read online that it was the best Japanese in town, so I had to check it out. It was a five minute Uber ride from the Renaissance Hotel Dallas-Richardson. I arrived at the restaurant around 6pm. We were greeted by two friendly hostesses.

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Sushi Sake

The place was packed with customers so I immediately felt like it was the right place for dinner. Due to the abundance of customers, I had a 30 minute wait to be seated. I would have liked to been presented menus while I waited, but it was not that big of a deal. The hostesses did check on us every few minutes (maybe they just wanted to play with my son). I snapped a few pictures to pass the time. The entire restaurant was beautiful.

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Sushi Sake Bar
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Sushi Sake Party Room
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Sushi Sake Bar

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About 25 minutes later, we were seated. The waiter was amazing, he was at the table a few minutes after we were seated. Menus were distributed and drink orders were taken.

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Sushi Sake Menu
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Sushi Sake Menu
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Sushi Sake Dinner Menu
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Sushi Sake Lunch Menu

 I started with a Sapporo, edamame, and ebi shumai.

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Sushi Sake Sapporo Beer
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Sushi Sake Ebi Shumai
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Sushi Sake Edamame

 

After we finished the starters, we ordered a lot of food. If you think that I am exaggerating, look at the pictures below. My son thought the food was delicious as well, look at him grabbing some roe. LOL.

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Sushi Sake Sushi – A
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Sushi Sake Sushi – B
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Sushi Sake Sushi – B
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Sushi Sake Beef Tataki
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Sushi Sake Spicy Avocado Salad
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Sushi Sake Miso Soup

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Final Word

Sushi Sake had reasonably priced food and with the ambience of the restaurant, made me feel like I was in Japan. The hostesses and waiter were amazing. My only (small) issue was not receiving a menu during the 30 minute wait. I probably should have asked for one, but it was not that big of a deal. Sushi Sake is a great place to eat if you are visiting Richardson, you have to try the Sushi Sake and the Sushi – B plate!

 

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