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I have visited Oishii Sushi and Pan American Cuisine in Dallas once before and I thoroughly enjoyed the restaurant. It made sense to eat at the restaurant so that I could verify my original thoughts. As I stated before, the name “Oishii” means delicious. The restaurant definitely lives up to its name.
The hostess stand was to the left after entering through the main doors. There was not a wait, so we had the option to sit in any of the three sections. To the right was the huge dining area.
A sushi bar was just on the opposite side of the walk from the hostess stand.
On the left was the bar area. There was seating at the bar itself, a few high tables without chairs, and three tables along the left wall. We decided to sit in this area.
We were quickly provided menus and our drink orders were taken. The menu was quite extensive, you can find it here. I started with a Sapporo beer and spring rolls. The beer was refreshing and the spring rolls were light and flavorful. I am a big fan of the peanut sauce that accompanies the spring rolls.
For our main, I ordered the combination sushi plate and salmon, while my son had the pho. The food came out in less than 15 minutes. The sushi and salmon were oishii, while the pho was not memorable, my son enjoyed it though.
Oishii is one in a long line of Asian restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. If you ever have the chance, visit Oishii, you will not regret it. Be sure to go earlier in the day if you do not want to have a lengthy wait.