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Keiichi
Sushi Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 9:30 pm
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500 N Elm St Denton, TX 76201
500 North Elm StreetUSTexasDenton76201
(940) 230-3410
$$Sushi Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 9:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:00 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:00 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:00 – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Acclaimed sushi house from chef Keiichi Nagano with just 10 seats, an omakase menu & select sake.- Google
"The Tasmanian Sea Trout was absolutely incredible too."
"Best sushi restaurant I've been to in texas."
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James Day
2 months ago
The best restaurant, hands down, in Denton and the best I have been to so far in the DFW Metroplex! Each time my wife and I go, we completely enjoy the experience, the food, and watching Keiichi prepare every dish! We prefer the sashimi as it is the best we have ever tasted, yet he is also an accomplished Italian cook so try his pasta and especially his Lasagna (ask ahead of time for that)! Also, for a unique dining experience, ask for Omakase, which means "Chef's Choice", and let Keiichi make delicious and amazing dishes using his entire range of culinary skills and experience! WOW! And try to leave a little room for his Tiramisu, which is the best I have ever tasted, period! Needless to say, we love it and it is our favorite restaurant!
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Tj Glowicz
5 months ago
Sushi was outstanding, but overpriced. presentation was sloppy. Tried the spicy tuna and baby yellowtail roll and both were falling apart when served. A better value exists at Kazy's, which distributes the same high quality fish at a fraction of the price. Little Lilly in Ft. Worth offers a better variety as well as world class quality and better presentation. Would be up to try again if back in my old stomping grounds, but not preferred.
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Andrew Kirchoff
a year ago
Do not let the hole-in-the-wall appearance of the building fool you. This place is amazing beyond description - you have to try it for yourself. Keiichi and his staff are super friendly, will answer any questions you have and make recommendations. The fish is incredibly fresh and the menu changes daily depending on what he gets in that day. It's not just sushi, either! You can get steak, rack of lamb, glazed tuna steak, etc., and each one will blow you away. Their tiramisu is out of this world. Do yourself a favor and make a reservation and treat yourself to the best restaurant in Denton and the best sushi in Texas.
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Duncan Mcphail
2 years ago
The three of us went for dinner. It was probably the best sushi I have eaten. The beef tataki is amazing. The chef really cares about the quality and superb plating of each dish. We loved it. Make sure to make a reservation.
John Eddington
3 months ago
Best sushi restaurant I've been to in texas. Very simple but a wonderful experience. Expensive but worth ever penny.
Michael Smith
6 months ago
Hands down the best food, we have ever had. No frills, high quality service, and utter deliciousness!!!!!!!!
Rita Berumen
8 months ago
Delicious food. Make a reservation in advance. Unbelievable experience.
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Chris Mulkey
3 years ago
My wife and I celebrated our fourth anniversary at Keiichi last night. It was exceptional. Strike that... It was BEYOND exceptional. We had two appetizers, a Sashimi Sampler Plate, two sushi rolls, and two desserts. There wasn't a single disappointing item. (The Beef Tataki -- recommended by our waitress -- was probably the best thing I've ever eaten. The Tasmanian Sea Trout was absolutely incredible too.) The wait staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive; can't think of anything to complain about, really! Keiichi really is a hole-in-the-wall type of place -- there's barely even a sign to indicate its presence, and the building certainly doesn't do it any justice... but that easily forgotten as soon as you set foot inside. It's very clean and very nicely decorated. In a single experience, my wife and I are both ready to call it our favorite restaurant ever.
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