Restaurant Review of Asahi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar in Greensboro, North Carolina
Breaded pork curry at Asahi Japanese restaurant and steakhouse
Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar
ASAHI JAPANESE RESTAURANT AND STEAKHOUSE - Asahi restaurant - This is a restaurant review for Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar. Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar is located on West Market Street in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Asahi Japanese Restaurant and Steakhouse is a terrific place to eat and the restaurant that sells a large assortment of sushi has been in business for a long time. The Master Chef and owner of the restaurant where sushi is a popular choice has over 40 years of experience. It is a family owned restaurant. The Japanese restaurant has been in operation since 1985. The Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar restaurant is also very kid friendly. There were many children Asahi Japanese Restaurant when we went.
- On one side of the Japanese restaurant is the hibachi where chefs cook right in front of the restaurant patrons, on a super hot surface that flares up with the big flames of fire when the oil is added.
- As with many similar restaurant set ups, this is done for demonstration, show and entertainment.
- On the other side of the Asahi Japanese restaurant is the sushi bar and there are dining tables and booths for restaurant guests to be seated at.
- Unfortunately, some of the upholstery where we were seated seemed a bit dusty but some upholstery cleaning can clear that right up. The state of the furniture upholstery at the table booths was the most disappointing thing about this dining experience. Some furniture and décor updates would enrich this restaurant that has been open for many years. In my opinion, ambience and atmosphere generally feel so important when dining out at a restaurant.
Everything else was quite lovely at Asahi Japanese Restaurant. Other décor components at the Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar restaurant included a large fish tank, dim lighting, and fabric flowers on the tables. We were given some disposable paper Asahi Japanese Restaurant menus that were very easy to go through and read and make our food selections.
We were asked by a Asahi Japanese Restaurant waitress to mark our dinner menu selections with pen or pencil by writing a check next to each food item. There was no need for a wait staff person to write out in short hand what we were requesting.
The way in which the menus were given to us and collected back from us once we made our choices was a very efficient approach to taking the orders at the restaurant.
Of course, everything was brought to the table exactly as was ordered and no mistakes were made. That was great. When our dinner arrived at the table at Asahi Japanese Restaurant, we were pleased with everything and of course the food photos that I am including in this hub illustrate just how enticing the food was.
There was a breaded pork curry dish as well as some crab fried rice. The curry sauce was rich, flavorful and plentiful as it had been poured on very generously in the plate.
The food was undeniably fresh and tasty. We shared up everything so that everyone could have a taste and enjoy the variety. This is what we typically do when we dine out. Personally, I liked the crab fried rice even more than the breaded pork curry.
The food was undeniably fresh and tasty.
The Fried Rice at Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is quite delicious
Dining at Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar in Greensboro, NC
If it happens to be your birthday or the birthday of someone in your dining party, a wedge of pineapple presented like this will be brought to your table at Asa
Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Restaurant is located on West Market Street in Greensboro, North Carolina with signage visable at the street level
Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
Kids love to look at the fish in the aquarium tank.
Prices are fair at Asahi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar in Greensboro, NC
Additionally The Asahi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar is well known for its sushi and sashimi and there are plentiful varieties to choose from. The rolls include, California roll, avocado roll, dragon roll and so, so much more.
There was a complimentary frozen yogurt dessert that was a bit more icy than creamy and a very refreshing wedge of pineapple with a candle on top was brought to our table as we were out to dinner to celebrate my birthday. The pleasant wait staff sang the “Happy Birthday” song for me and it always feels special when someone does that for you doesn’t it? I felt tickled. They had to ask me my first name so that they could sing the song. Someone at the table right next to us was celebrating a birthday as well.
Not pictured, noodle soup and shrimp tempura were also enjoyed at our dining table. There was enough food for us to take some leftovers home with us.
As is the case at many Asian restaurants, we were given both forks and chopsticks. My little sons enjoyed trying to use chopsticks. Their attempts at trying to use the chopsticks were making us all giggle.
The prices at this restaurant are quite reasonable. You can find hearty and filling satisfaction in something like a hot noodle soup. Therefore, an adult can readily enjoy a satiating meal as this restaurant for just around $12 or less. If desired, a dinner party that includes children can probably keep their dining bill under $40.
The prices at this restaurant are quite reasonable.
Between these two dishes, which one do you think you would most prefer to eat as your main entree?
Pork curry or crab fried rice?
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