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Taste of Asia
Japanese Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 10:30 PM
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3793 Samet Dr #180 High Point, NC 27265
3793 Samet Drive #180USNorth CarolinaHigh Point27265
$$Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Japanese Steakhouse
Asian Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 10:30 PM
Saturday 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 10:30 PMSunday 12:00 AM – 9:30 PMMonday 4:30 – 9:30 PM, 11:00 PM – 12:00 AMTuesday 12:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 9:30 PM, 11:00 PM – 12:00 AMWednesday 12:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 9:30 PM, 11:00 PM – 12:00 AMThursday 12:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 9:30 PM, 11:00 PM – 12:00 AMFriday 12:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:30 – 10:30 PM
Taste of Asia, located in High Point, North Carolina, A Japanese restaurant features sushi bar and unique tatami sittings. Serving both lunch and dinner.
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Modern Japanese restaurant serving sushi & kitchen dishes in an airy space with Asian decor touches.- Google
"Nothing to distract from the beautiful and delicious sushi rolls they serve!"
"The Koi roll is a very balanced and savory tempura roll."
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Tyler Ranieri
2 months ago
Great service. Waitress treated me like the Pharaoh. She was really ascetically pleasing. They even gave me free egg rolls. I really enjoyed the soup, but I question whether or not it is just dirty dish water. was very delicious. The tables were pretty sick too, but it took me a quick minute to figure out how to use them lol. Me and my pals shared some good stories and had a great time in a great atmosphere. 10/10 will go again in the near future. Low key stole their pen last time, but I would be lying if i said it was by accident. The asian music was so relaxing and created the perfect environment for my tastebuds to devour their Hibachi Chicken.
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Cherilyn Moore
2 years ago
Honestly the best sushi in High Point or Greensboro. It is all made fresh and there are so many options. The service is wonderful. We go very often, and now everytime we go we ask the waitress to serve us her 3 favorite rolls. We have never been disappointed!
Drew C
2 years ago
In town for business, stopped by Taste of asia for dinner. The place is clean but the table and the decreation seem cheap. I order th apptasier and an entry The app were quicklly brought out by the waitress, I had the spring roll, which was so so. My dinner was Hibachi Steak. The steak was over cooked, felt hard. And too salty. I do not recommend this restaurant. The food id not worth the money I paid. Will not return.
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Jennifer Boozer
3 years ago
I have eaten at Taste of Asia twice and had a great experience both times. The first time I went for lunch with a friend and we shared two sushi rolls, the Mango Passion and the Spicy Volcano both were delicious and the Mango Passion was sweet which I thought was different for a sushi roll but yummy. The second time I went for lunch as well and got the Bento Box with the Volcano Roll and Yakiniku Steak. Both were excellent and it was the perfect size for lunch. The Bento Box is the better value for lunch but the rolls are great and I can't wait to try more.
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Rena Lam
11 months ago
Great rolls and great service. Wonderful atmosphere... Why anyone would eat US Sushi is beyond me. Better prices better food!
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Jennifer Dinkel
2 years ago
I've hunted for places all around the Triad to go for sushi. My significant other and I have been trying to look for a place that served a roll similar to our old favorite sushi restaurant in Georgia. I saw the online menu and we decided to go. We weren't disappointed at all!! Upon parking, I was a little dubious about the place, but walking in the doors it's a totally different atmosphere. The decoration is simple and not flamboyant, the music is soft and soothing. Nothing to distract from the beautiful and delicious sushi rolls they serve! Our service was prompt and very courteous. Our drinks were always full, and our appetizers (miso and osumashi soup) arrived quickly. Our rolls came out pretty quickly as well. We ordered the Koi roll, Mango Passion roll, and Fire Ninja roll. The Koi roll is a very balanced and savory tempura roll. Normally most sushi places have the seaweed wrapper so thick and tough you can barely chew it -- not at Taste of Asia! This roll was so tender and flavorful, I ordered one to-go to share with someone at home! The Mango Passion roll is on the sweet side of things - a pleasant change from the usual savory rolls, and pairs well with a bit of the ginger served with your plate. The Fire Ninja was the pleasant surprise out of all of them! The texture was lovely and wasn't so spicy you were done after one piece. None of the rolls were very salty, so you could enjoy with soy sauce without fear of it being too salty! Overall, I recommend this restaurant. Of all the places I've tried (Kabuto, Wasabi, Sushi Republic, Fire and Sticks, and a few others around the triad), Taste of Asia out-does them all in terms of sushi. They have a broad selection of rolls and something for everyone. We had two sweet teas, two soups, 2 specialty rolls, and 2 regular rolls and it was only $45. It was enough food to feed 3-4 people. The service was so courteous. Was definitely worth the drive from Northern Stokesdale!
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Anne Pollok
3 years ago
We ate here tonight. We we came in, they didn't seem busy. We ordered 2 sushi rolls, 1 hibachi plate ($19) and 1 teriyaki plate ($13), 2 drinks. Salad and soups came out... fine. Then we waited and drink refills, no check in. Then the hibachi plate came out and was lukewarm. Minutes later the teriyaki plate came out, which meant the hibachi plate was room temp by then. Never got our sushi, waiter never came to check on food or tell us where our sushi was or ever refill drinks...until the bill came. We politely said we didn't want the sushi at that point and we mentioned the hibachi plate wasn't hot (we are not restaurant complainers!) and they just said they were sorry, that they were busy, yadda yadda. They gave us one of those junky Talk of the Town coupons and asked us to come back. We left the coupons on the table. Food was subpar... can't comment on the sushi since we never saw ours.
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Eric Simpson
3 years ago
Tried this place on a whim, ended up getting rock shrimp tempura, Jackie's sushi special and a hot sake. Pleased with everything but the value for money was excellent. The sushi was fifty bucks but could have fed four of us, we only brought two. :) Cheers to them, great work.