Dining Pick of the Week: Sakura Japanese Restaurant

DINING PICK
OF THE WEEK:

SAKURA JAPANESE RESTAURANT

2520 E. Craig Road at Losee Road, 702-541-8899

Teppanyaki is a Japanese cooking method where an iron griddle is used to cook food. It is found in traditional Japanese steak houses and at Sakura, where it is served as fast food. However, this fast food is low-fat, healthy and tastes really good. Add some sushi, and you have a real Japanese meal. Combo teriyaki entrees include chicken, beef, shrimp, vegetarian tofu, beef and shrimp, and veggie and shrimp tempura. They are served with mixed vegetables and steamed or brown rice or noodles. Bento boxes come with California roll, salad and rice or noodles. The Deluxe Bento adds shrimp and vegetable tempura. Among the sides are Japanese spring roll, fried dumplings, chicken tempura, edamame and miso soup. Popular low-fat, sodium-free sushi rolls are Rainbow, Tiger, Double Shrimp, Alaskan (salmon, cucumber, avocado), Mountain, Double Crab, Caterpillar (crab, eel, cucumber with avocado) and Sakura (shrimp, crab, cucumber and avocado on the inside and eel and avocado on the outside). Featured nigiri and sashimi are shrimp, eel, tuna and salmon. Combos start at $5.49, and special rolls begin at $5.95. Sakura is open from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. — Jack Bulavsky

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